The fonds consists of video copies of home movies, copy prints from b&w slides, and digital images scanned from colour slides. The movies (accession 91/20) were taken by Bud and Thelma Harbottle in the 1940s and include scenes of a downhill ski race and ski jumping, Whitehorse Winter Carnival, parades, children's birthdays, a family picnic in Atlin, mining in Atlin, the Alaska Highway and related ceremonies, Klukshu Village, Kathleen Lake, and visiting with Thelma's sister Dagne in Prince Rupert. The 12 photographs (accession 91/20) depict mostly Klondike Gold Rush scenes, 1898-1904. Included are images of tents in Dawson City, a view of the Whitehorse waterfront with wharves and sternwheelers, Canyon City, stampeders on the Fifty Mile River, mining, and the White Pass Trail. There is also a photograph of a cold thermometer reading at Mayo, Yukon 1947. The colour digital photographs (accession 2006/125) were created or collected by the Harbottles and include images of airplanes, aerial views of the Yukon, a hangar at the Whitehorse airport, hunters with their trophies, the Takhini Hot Springs, a sternwheeler on the Yukon River, the Old Log Church in Whitehorse, a helicopter on the South Canol Road, a rodeo at Champagne, the Nahanni Falls, dignitaries and Prince Philip at Whitehorse High School, and family and friends.