Collection consists of 4 postcards: students in costume, entitled "Mt. A. The '21 Minstrels, 1917"; group of male students, entitled "Hockey Squad 1918 (Annual Banquet)"; group of male students in front of the University Residence, entitled "Mount Allison Student Body, 1918"; a group of Ladies' College Students in sports apparel, entitled "1918, Mount Allison Gymnasium."
Fonds consists of: a Mount Allison 1932 pendant, with "Effie West Bain" inscribed on the reverse; a photograph of Mount Allison Class, 1932; and a photograph of the cast of "The Whole Town's Talking", Senior Class Play, 1932.
Collection consists of 3 series: Mount Allison Academy team photographs, 1878; Mount Allison ladies' basketball team photographs and historical notes, 1909-1953; Mount Allison men's teams photographs and historical notes, 1889-1953, which includes football, 1890-1953; hockey, 1896-1953; basketball, 1911-1953; track, 1912-1953; and gymnastics, 1889-1890.
Fonds consists of 126 colored slides created for use with a cassette phonotape of Peter Fisher explaining foundry processes, with some interviews of the workers. The presentation documents Enterprise Foundry workers at various work stations and methods of processing.
Fonds consists of black and white, 8 x 10 in, photographs by Moncton Publishing Co., Ltd. including a game photograph of Mount Allison men’s basketball team vs. Harlem Globetrotters, 1953-54; a group photograph of Mount Allison men’s basketball team members with members of the Globetrotters team, 1953-54; and autographs of team members removed from the back of framed photograph.
Fonds consists of an address delivered at a graduation banquet for Mount Allison Home Economics students, by Anne Louise Read (ca. 1942), containing early history of the Massey Treble School of Home Economics, and a photograph of Mount Allison University Class of 1905, at their 50th reunion, 1955 (includes Herbert and Anne Read).