The file contains 1 bound volume containing operation reports for 1940-1941, arranged alphabetically, at the No.1 Neurological Hospital RCAMC . The volume contains a book plate 'Ex Librits W.V. Cone presented to Fellows' Library, MNI'
The file contains 14 postcards of the environment around the Basingstoke Hospital; 17 snapshots, including some with Wilder Penfield, (duplicates of 2 in E/VN 3); 2 snapshots of pheasant's brain & lung; a photo of a portrait sketch of C. Russell; 3 official Candadian Medical Hospital press photos, meeting of Ryl Soc. Br. Neurol. Surg, Basingstoke Hospital.
The file contains documents of the Associate Committee of the Montreal Neurological Institute. This includes correspondence, a description of purpose, plans for a Bon Voyage dinner for staff (who are listed), an autograph and typescript of a Wilder Penfield toast speech, and fund-raising correspondence with F.C. James, Duggan, the Canadian Club of New York, the Canadian Red Cross, C.F. Martin, and J.W. McConnell.
The file contains correspondence with the staff of the #1 Neurological Hospital in England, Basingstoke Neurological and Plastic Surgery Hospital R.C.A.M.C., 1940-1942. It is arranged alphabetically and includes correspondence with Dr. Cone. In addition the correspondence is a mix of handwritten and typewritten.
The file contains miscellaneous items about staff, including journals, a list of doggerel verse (possibly attributed to C.E. Cross), and an illustrated booklet on Hackwood Park, Hants, (NE. Basingstoke).
The file contains a scrapbook from 1905-1917 about the Galahad School. It includes lists of students, a history of the school, events, newspaper clippings, poetry, short essays, recitals, copies of the Galahad Signet newsletter and postcards and photographs. Wilder Penfield is listed as a student between 1905 and 1909, when he graduated. A note at the end states that the Galahad School was closed in 1917 and the teachers went to training camps.
The file contains the journal of Helen K. Penfield for 1946. The front cover is inscribed “Engagement of WPJr., Ferrier Lectures, Visit to Crosby + R.M. [McN Feindel Telegrams May 30/31/46]”. The volume contains entries about Wilder and Helen’s trip to England and includes telegrams, envelopes, letters to the couple from Barbara [Carelton?], newspaper clippings, a train schedule and cards. In addition, while the Journal is labelled as Helen’s, Wilder has written some entries as well.