The collection consists of one videocassette of a home movie taken by Alice Clark, memorabilia of World War 1 including photographs of a group of volunteers in Charlottetown and of Jack Allen McDonald, a postcard (1918), and an obituary and notes on Louise F. Dias, nee Stanley, widow of Ernest Muttart, first Canadian casualty in WWI, and two published volumes: Tales of Abegweit by Benjamin Bremner and a partial view booklet of PEI, circa 1900.
The video begins with the Parliament Buildings in Ottawa, followed by scenes of the countryside taken from the train on a trip in 1941 from Ottawa to Prince Edward Island. The film contains street scenes of Charlottetown, including Queen Square, as well as shots of Mt. Stewart, Milburn, and the PEI landscape. Some footage takes place at a festival of Scottish games. Persons appearing in the film footage include Alice, Edna Glover, Roger Rousseau, Will and Muriel Cobb.