Fonds consists of minutes of the annual and executive meetings of the Board of Management, 1881-1918, which deal primarily with administrative, operational, and financial matters covering the entire mission field including foreign work in Japan and West China; Aboriginal work in Port Simpson and Kitamaat, B.C.; French, and Syrian work in Montreal, Que.; Chinese and Japanese work in Victoria and Vancouver, B.C.; Ukrainian work in Wahstao, Smoky Lake (Kolokreeka), and Edmonton, Alta.; Italian work in Montreal, Que., Toronto, Hamilton, and Copper Cliff, Ont.; and work among other European immigrants in Sydney, N.S., Fort William, Ont., Winnipeg, Man., Regina, Sask., Frank, Alta., and Natal, B.C., among other places. Fonds also includes histories of the W.M.S. 1888-1922; history of the Ruthenian Home, Edmonton, Alta., ca. 1920; incomplete list of missionaries, 1882-1924; candidates signatures, 1910-1925; financial records, 1886-1926; minutes of the Publication/Literary Committee, 1891-1926; records of the Japan and West China missions, 1883-1933; minutes and various records of Hamilton, London, Montreal and Toronto Conference Branches and of Belleville and Welland Districts, 1880-1927; pencil drawings to scale of various Woman's Missionary Society properties in China, 1919-1920; and architectural drawings of Aboriginal mission school and Crosby Girls' Home, Port Simpson, B.C., Shizuoka school and Toyama House, Japan, and Hospital for Women, Chengtu, China.
Architectural records are described at an item-level.