The fonds consists of 285 original coloured slides and two 8 mm films. The slides predominantly capture life in Old Crow and the surrounding area. Many people are identified including Philippe Dicquemare, Bishop Marsh, Rev. J. Simon, Deacon Joe Kykiainchuk, Martha Kendi, Clara Frost, Joe Netro, Edith Josie, Neil McDonald, Johnnie Moses, Eliza Steamboat and the Frost family. Subject matter includes log cabins of Old Crow residents, the nursing station, Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) building, and Anglican Church. The photographs also capture activities of swimming, berry picking, dog races, snowshoe races, setting a muskrat trap and rabbit snare, stretching beaver skins, preparing a caribou skin, and travel on the barge, the "Brainstorm". Images of Rampart House, Fort Yukon, Dawson City and Whitehorse are also included. The films capture a variety of scenes and show the nursing station, the "Brainstorm", a First Nation woman scraping a moosehide, men butchering a caribou, a log boom, the Porcupine River freezing up, people cutting ice blocks, three airplanes on the frozen river, the first snow machines in Old Crow, ice fishing, the river breakup, and a celebration on the river bank. People in the films include Effie Linklater, Margaret Marsh, Sarah Abel, Stephen Frost, and Philippe Dicquemare.