The fonds consists of private letters, business correspondence, documents relating to the L.D. Parney Estate, and a scrapbook relating to various subjects.
File 1: General correspondence - includes
~ letter and envelope, John McDougall, Methodist Church, Dept. of Missions to Mrs. L.D. Parney, Ridgetown, Ontario, 29 Feb 1904, re - books;
~ letter, addressed to Fred (L.D. Parney's son), likely by L.D. Parney, 9 Apr 1935, re - family and business activities
File 2: Correspondence - re: Warehouse, 10256 - 107 St., rental by Wilson Transit and Distributing Co. Ltd., installation of railway spur, 1933-1941
File 3: Accounts, L.D. Parney estate, 1943-1948
File 4: Scrapbook news clippings - re: new London telephone exchange, with illustration of Canada House, 1933; members of the Parney family; poetry; Royal family; World War I and II; Jenny Morris, (“mother” of the Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry); pencil drawing, duck with nest of eggs; deaths of Wilfred Grenfell, Thomas Alva Edison, Wilfrid Laurier, 1898-1942.
File 5: News clippings - loose clippings from scrapbook, include:
clippings re: World War I and II; Jenny Morris (“mother” of the Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry); poetry; inspirational stories; royal family; cartoons, 1918-1942.