The papers are arranged into one series, drafts of his memoirs. The series includes drafts of Parker’s memoirs detailing his childhood in Winnipeg, his years at Wesley College, his work as a journalist, his work for the government and the war years, and his time at Ryerson University. Some correspondence with the University of Winnipeg is also included.
Photographs and documents relating to Reading by Lightning: photographs of bishop of Saskatchewan George Lloyd and the Liverpool landing stage, and documents, largely written by I. M. Barr, about the emigration of Britons to Saskatoon in the early 20th century.
Series consists of a chronological history of the department and a 2-disc DVD set documenting the history and development of the department through photos. The series documents the name changes of the department (Department of Dietetics, Nutrition & Food Services, Retail Food Services), as well as technological changes, important purchases, changes in methods and procedures, creation of committees, renovations, programs, internships, awards, and the opening and closing of cafés in the hospital.