The fonds consists of a scrapbook maintained by George Cecil Carvell, including correspondence with his fiancee Eleanor Coates and others, military papers, excerpt from newsletter published aboard the RMS Royal George, souvenirs of restaurants and entertainment events, demographic statistics on PPCLI, photographs, newsclippings, correspondence with the Toronto Star about conditions in China.
The fonds consists of an album that was presented to T.J. Turnbull upon his retirement in 1934. It contains informal portraits of 40 sergeants, warrant officers, and commissioned officers, and their farewell messages.
This manuscript covers the period of Stanley Jones' enlistment with PPCLI in 1914 until his capture and subsequent death in 1916. The manuscript is a collection of letters exchanged between Stanley Jones and his wife Lucille Jones. The letters discuss regimental operations and various individuals in the Regiment.
This collection consists of photographs of Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI) activities from its reorganization as a permanent peacetime battalion in March 1919 until its departure for Europe on December 17, 1939.