Series consists of a ceramic depiction of a church inscribed with the word: Alajärvi (This is a depiction of the church in Alajärvi, Finland where Eeva Annikki Kantokoski was baptized in 1924.); an annotated pocket-sized "New Testament of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ Translated out of the Original Greek and with the Former Translations Diligently Compared and Revised by his Majesty's Special Command," published in London by Collins' Clear-Type Press in 1936 (This pocket-sized bible was a gift given to Ann Koski on the occasion of her confirmation by her Confirmation Teacher pastor [Mathew H. Lepisto], and is signed by him); and a book entitled: "Jane Withers Twentieth-Century Fox Film Star - Her Life Story," published in Racine, Wisconsin by Whitman Publishing Company, 1936 (The inside cover of the book is annotated and reads: Christmas 1936 to Anne Koski From Veikko Koski).
Series consists of one annotated family tree of the Korpela family (including a photocopy of a handwritten family tree beginning with Adolf Henriksson Koivula; an annotated photocopy of a typewritten list of the children of Sandra Korpela; and an annotated, photocopy of a typewritten and hand-drawn family tree beginning with Santra Korpela); one annotated photocopy of an annotated typewritten list of the children and descendants of Santra Korpela, beginning with Kalle Gustaf (Charles) Korpela; one annotated photocopy of an annotated typewritten list of notes regarding the Korpela family, and a list of where descendants of the Korpela family were located at the time it was written; two annotated photocopies of page 8 of the passanger list of the vessel Athenia (November 1910); a computer printout from Ancestry.ca of the Canadian Passenger Lists, 1865-1935 entry for Sandra Korpela (on the ship Athenia arriving in Saint John, New Brunswick on November 28, 1910 with ship information attached; one photocopy of an annotated printout of a newspaper article from the Sudbury Star in 2004 entitled: Well-known Sault Star columnist succumbs to cancer Sunday, concerning Mr. Oliver Lehto; one computer printout of one scanned Sudbury Star newspaper article circa 2002 entitled: Sudbury developer unveils wetland park, and one scanned photograph concerning Korpela Park in Sudbury, Ontario.
Series consists of a memo, a photocopy of a photograph, photocopies of letters, sections of books, articles, and typed and handwritten notes created by Kelly while working on his assigned chapter in Sudbury Rail Town to Regional Capital.
Series consists of one annotated photocopy of a computer printout of the Koivula family tree, beginning with Henrik Jakobsson Koivula; a photocopy of a handwritten family tree concerning descendants of Susanna Sanna Johansdotter Saarela Koivula; an annotated photocopy of a computer printout of a continuation of the Koivula family tree; a photocopy of an annotated computer printout of a family tree of the Luoma-Aho family; a photocopy of a handwritten family tree beginning with Adolf Henriksson Koivula; one annotated colour computer printout of an image of the Koivula house in Alajärvi Finland and another colour computer printout of two more images of the Koivula house in Alajärvi, Finland (2008); six pages of photocopies of a handwritten family tree of the daughters of Amalia Koivula (born 1863) and their families; an annotated photocopy of an annotated, typed family tree of Hilma Koivula, which was compiled by her daughter Anja (Roiha) Kovala; a photocopy of an annotated, typed list of the children of Taimi Hakomaki Heino Bertrand; a photocopy of a typed list of the children of May (Roiha) & William Kauko Lahti; a photocopy of an annotated, typed list of the children of Enni Yli-Harsila and Henry Roiha; and a photocopy of an annotated, typed list of the children of Anja (Roiha) & Arne Kovala; one newspaper obituary for Oscar Maki from the Sudbury Star in 1939; one photocopy of an obituary [from the Sudbury Star in 1947] for Julia Koivula Maki Salo; and 9 photographs.
Series consists of two handwritten reference letters; one for Anna Koivula (Kantokoski/Koski) and one for her daughter Ann Chisholm (Ann Eva Kantokoski/Koski). The reference letter for Anna Koivula (born 1903) was written by Lydia Lofman, a pharmacist's wife, in Lapua Finland, dated May 1, 1921, regarding work in a kitchen, while the reference letter for Ann Chisholm (nee Koski, born 1924) was written by Mrs. J. Ferrier from Sudbury, Ontario, dated June 14, 1942 concerning her job doing housework.
Series consists of photographs of various members of the Kantokoski/Koski family, the Maki family, Laura Siltanen, Saima (Saimi) Susanna Pellikka, Lempi Maria Buerala, Archie Chisholm, Leslie Karen Chisholm, Carl Richard Chisholm, and the residence of Mr. James Ferrier.