A photograph of a painting of the Fathers of Confederation. The picture shows a conference at Québec in 1864, to settle the basics of a union of the British North American Provinces. Copy of a painting by Robert Harris, 1885.
A broadside titled "Leader Extra" reporting the Fenian invasion in Canada, June 4, 1866. The paper leads with the heading "Fenian Prisoners Twenty-One of them in Toronto Jail. Also included, "Latest American Reports: Interesting News from the East".
Certificate of appreciation "to Capt. McCallum, Officers, non-commissioned Officers and men of the Dunnville Naval Brigade". A note of gratitude to McCallum for his service and leadership during the Fenian raid at Fort Erie on June 2, 1866.
A four sided pamphlet written by Alexander Somerville, and printed by Lawson & Co., Hamilton, Ont. The list of contents for the article reads: "Evidence Suppressed, Newspapers Silenced, Statement of Captain McGrath, General Manager of the Welland Railway, as to Colonel Booker's apparent mental aberration, on June 3rd, at 4 A.M. Squire Larne's statement. Other evidence."