The album (24 pages) is a book of remembrance for World War II assembled by Robert "Pop" Grinsted who was Chief Janitor at the high school. He presented it to "Mission high School in memory of the Alumni who fell in World War II."
Fonds consists of newspaper articles and 5 black and white photographs related to the storm and flood of January 1935 in Mission. Fonds includes newspaper articles, postcards, and colour photographs related to Jehovah's Witnesses church and other church facilities. Also includes newspaper articles and a red felt armband related to the Royal Visit of 1939 and Andrew R. Graham's contributions as Chairman of Mission's Board of Commissioners.
First May Day celebration held at Mission Fairgrounds (present day site of Mission Leisure Centre). In foreground: Queen - Mary A. Wilson (back row center) and in unkown order: Maids of Honour - Doris Ogle, Thelma Benson and Page Boys - Wilfred Plumridge, Lawrence Plumridge