Series consists of photographic material depicts the interior of the Canadian Society of Civil Engineers Hall, 877 Dorchester Street, Montreal, ca. 1900; group photograph of engineers at the Canadian Society of Civil Engineers Meeting, 1904, standing behind a snow bank in front of 877 Dorchester Street, Montreal; group of engineers at a meeting in Boston, 3 February 1900; group of engineers at Canadian Society of Civil Engineering Headquarters, 877 Dorchester Street, Montreal; members of the Engineering Institute of Canada attending their annual meeting at the Chateau Laurier, Ottawa, 13 February, 1919; portraits of members of the Engineering Institute of Canada; construction of Astoria River Bridge, Portal Creek Bridge and Athabaska River Bridge, Alberta, 1931-1935; photograph of a roto press machine; photographs of the Canadian Society of Civil Engineers, Pacific Coast trip, September 1906, with views depicting Lake Superior West; Fort William, Ontario; Manitoba; irrigation works near Calgary, Alberta; numerous scenics in the mountains; various engineering works in British Columbia; Victoria, British Columbia; Kootenay Lake, B.C.; Arrow Lake, B.C.; power project at Bonnington Falls, B.C.; Frank, Alberta.
Other photographic material depict portraits of Presidents and General Secretaries of the Engineering Institute of Canada, 1887-1964; the locomotive Samson built in 1838, and used in the Albion Mines, Nova Scotia; group shots of the members of the annual meeting, 1894, 1900-1905; interior and exterior of CSCE headquarters, Montreal; the inauguration of the Colonel By Fountain, Ottawa, Ontario, 1955; polaroid copy material and results; President and Council of CSCE, 1887.
Photographs are by Nakash, Photographic Associates, Ashley & Crippen, Williams Bros., Ernest Naef, Yousuf Karsh, Feature Four, Campbell Studio, Irwin Photographic, G. Milne Studio, Wallace R. Berry, Associated Screen News, Arnott Rogers Batten Ltd., Barrett, Blank & Stoller, Bowley & Carey, E.W. Cadman, Dupras & Colas, Gaby, Paul Horsdal, Arthur Kellett, Nakash, Notman & Son, Rice, Simpson, Underwood & Underwood, and unknown photographers.