Graphic (art): Accession is comprised of a variety of formats and media. The sketches span a period from ca. 1845, the earliest being a juvenile sketch by Donald Roderick Cameron (1834-1921), and the later sketches date to ca. 1918 by various artists, recovering servicemen in a hospital where Matron Nancie Cameron (daughter of D.R.C.) worked. Most of the artwork is by Donald Roderick Cameron, son-in-law of Sir Charles Tupper, some from home in Dingwall, Scotland, some while in India serving in the Bhootan Campaign, and many in Canada, especially while he superintended the International Boundary Commission work from 1872 to 1876. There are portraits of family members: Lady Frances Tupper, Emman Tupper Cameron, Sophie Tupper Cameron Gray and husband, and Nancie Cameron and also a portrait of a Sioux Indian Chief, Padinapap or Frape-le-ree, and several caricatured portraits including a crying Marshal Henri-Philippe Pétain, the Victor of Verdun. Many of the sketches record places visited in Canada from Halifax, Ottawa and Kingston, to Manitoba. Many depict scenes and events from the Boundary Commission trip, including comical ones. Accession is also comprised of 237 postcards dating from ca. 1904 to 1918, most are addressed to Lillie T. Cameron (called "Dear Teacher"), some addressed to others: W.T. Cameron, F.T. Cameron, Nancie Cameron, Mrs. D.R. Cameron, D.R.C., Major General Cameron C.M.G., Aunt Mini, William Christian Gray, and others, from each other and from various others. Postcards generally document travels in England and Scotland and Europe, many are addressed to residences in England. Photographic portion of the Cameron/Tupper families consists of portraits and activities of the families between 1861 and 1943. Portraits include Sir Charles and Lady Tupper, Major-General Donald Roderick Cameron, Emma Cameron (née Tupper), Nancie Cameron including portraits as a nurse during World War I, William Tupper "Jock" Cameron, Ada Campbell and Frances Cameron. Also included are two albums of the Tupper's family visit to Italy, 1905; one album of the Boer War, 1899-1901 in South Africa; a series of photographs of Royal Military College, Kingston, Ontario, ca. 1885-1890 showing buildings, cadets, officers, dining hall, summer and winter uniforms; one photograph of the funeral of Sir John A. Macdonald, Royal Military cadets forming guard of honor and firing party followed by "A" Battery, RCA, Kingston, Ontario, 1891; four historical photographs of birch bark canoe building and Indian graves at Lake of the Woods, ca. 1874 taken during the International Boundary Commission; two cdv's of the Parliament Buildings in Ottawa, 1865. Photographers include:Henry Henderson, Davis, Sheldon & Davis, Kingston, On.; William James Topley, Elihu Spencer, The Notman Studio, Lancefields Studio, Ottawa, On.;William Notman, Taber, The Grip Co., Ellisson & Co., Quebec; Gauvin Gentzel, Steele, Winnipeg, Man.; Parish & Co., A.W. Brewster, Halifax, N.S. as well as some photographers from England.