This collection consists of 4 microfilms of W. O. Raymond's scrapbooks containing copies of his writings clipped from newspapers (1884-1916). There is also a photocopy of another 289 page scrapbook created by Raymond from clippings from the Woodstock " Dispatch", 1894-1896 and the Saint John "Telegraph" ca. 1897.
Also included is a photocopy of a two volume genealogy of the Raymond family, compiled by Raymond and including information on the Carman, Moore, Hallet, Lamb, Horsfeld Beardsley, Dibblee, Barlow and Jarvis families.
Additonal items transferred from the L. P. Fisher Library in 2015 include a journal kept by Raymond while a student at Montreal Diocesan Theological College from 1903-1904; a handwritten account of proceedings in Woodstock regarding "Fenian trouble," recorded in 1865; a ledger of Woodstock area barristers including J. C. Winslow, L. P. Fisher and W. H. Tucks, 1858-1866; "A System of Drill and Maoeuvres for the Militia of New Brunswick as Revised by Major-General Sir Henry Torrens", 1827, and other publications the formed part of the Raymond Room at the L. P. Fisher Library.