Item is a scrapbook about the Johannesburg College of Education. It contains information about the college's leadership, residences, teaching practice, library, student government, sports, drama, courses, art and crafts, music, and physical education. The scrapbook has embossed metal covers decorated with the name and crest of the college, and lined inside with burgundy felt. It contains photographs, essays, and news clippings.
Fonds documents the North Bay Teachers' College branch's involvement in a Junior Red Cross program in which branches around the world created and exchanged portfolios (scrapbooks) in order to foster international understanding. Each scrapbook contains information about the branch that created it, its home country, city, and institution. The scrapbooks include photographs, drawings, paintings, handicraft samples, newspaper clippings, essays, and descriptions.
Item is a scrapbook about the Johannesburg College of Education and South Africa. The scrapbook contains information and illustrations regarding the college's facilities, student sporting and social clubs, South African languages, nature study (local plants, animals, geography), sports, arts and crafts, and music. The album has embossed leather covers decorated with artwork depicting a hunting scene, and contains photographs, illustrations from magazines, newspaper clippings, descriptive paragraphs, and a miniature model of a cowhide Zulu or Swazi shield.
Item is a scrapbook about the Junior Red Cross branch in Radomsko, Poland. Through drawings, paintings, needlework samples, photographs, and collages, the scrapbook documents the branch's activities and aspects of Polish life including city and rural landscapes, folk costumes, postage stamps, and a map of the country with portraits of its leaders. The wooden front cover is decorated with a marquetry cross design.