Fonds consists of 17 minute books of the Quinte Women's Institute and the group's Tweedsmuir history, which includes postcards, press clippings and photographs. Also included is a banner for the institute, history of the institute and files of loose papers for each minute book (letters, receipts, newspaper articles, reports, programmes and newsletters).
Minute books cover the following dates: May 1914 - April 1919 May 1929 - April 1936 May 1939 - April 1942 May 1942 - April 1947 May 1947 - April 1959 April 1950 - April 1953 April 1953 - April 1957 April 1957 - April 1961 April 1961 - March 1965 April 1965 - March 1968 April 1968 - March 1971 April 1971 - March 1974 April 1974 - March 1977 April 1977 - March 1980 April 1980 - March 1984 April 1984 - March 1989 April 1989 - March 1992
Fonds consist of three Tweedsmuir scrapbooks compiled by the Carmel Women's Institute and nine volumes of minute books.
The scrapbooks contain newspaper clippings, photographs, and reports of local history and the Carmel Women's Institute. Subjects covered within the scrapbooks are World War II, excursions of the group, local businesses and news about the community.
The minute books cover the years 1949-2001 and include accounting information for the Institute. Some have lists of meetings, attendance registers and lists of members.
Fonds consist of 3 Tweedsmuir scrapbooks compiled by the Cannifton Corbyville Women's Institute. Also included are 2 minute books and 1 binder of president's notes. Books contain newsclippings, photographs, minutes, brochures, expenditures, handwritten notes, poems, maps and reports of local history and the Cannifton Corbyville Women's Institute. Subjects covered within the scrapbooks are programmes, banquets and miscellaneous events.
Minute books for the Huntingdon East Women's Institute, 1952-1977. File of information including: a history of Fuller and Moira United Churches; reproduction 1954 voters' list for Huntingdon, notes on cemeteries in South Huntingdon Township and 'Memories of Huntingdon Township' by Elmer Wilson as told to Betty Workman.