File contains primarily drafts of correspondence sent by Russell B. Zinck to magazine editors. There is also a letter written by Russell B. Zinck to his sister in June 1918 while he was serving with Nova Scotia 25th Battalion.
File includes notebooks containing essays written by L.D. Dexter, including A Tragedy of the Sea, Digging the Gold, The Last Grave, Striving for Knowledge, Two Homes, The Good Old Times, and Musings, as well as some journal entries.
File contains an article about the Daffodil Ball, a spring gala fundraiser for the Canadian Cancer Society's 50th anniversary of operating in Nova Scotia. The article describes the importance of the ball for the Canadian Cancer Society. The article has been cut out of a newspaper and was written by Shirley Ellis for a column called "Round & About." The article mentions that Robert Doyle created the setting for the event.
File contains a poster regarding the Mary Celeste from Walter De Wolfe's Craft Shop (undated) and a pamphlet titled "The Mary Celeste - The Odyssey of an Abandoned Ship" by The Atlantic Companies (1942).