1938. Canada. Dept. of Mines and Resources. (Geology by E.R. Faribault, P. Armstrong (1935) and J. T. Wilson (1936)) [all oversized]: Map 436A: "Malaga Lake Sheet, East Half, Nova Scotia" (1938); Map 436A: "Malaga Lake Sheet, West Half, Nova Scotia" (1938); Map 437A: "Kejimikujuk Lake Sheet, East Half, Nova Scotia" (1938); Map 438A: "Kejimikujuk Lake Sheet, West Half, Nova Scotia" (1938); Map 439A: "Liverpool Sheet, East Half, Nova Scotia" (1938); Map 440A: "Liverpool Sheet, West Half, Nova Scotia" (1938); Map 531A: "Sherbrooke Lake Sheet, Nova Scotia" (1939); Map 532A: "Springfield Sheet, Nova Scotia" (1939); Map 533A: "Mistawak Lake Sheet, Quebec" (1940). Geology by J. T. Wilson, 1937; Map 554A: "Gale River Sheet, Quebec" (1940). Geology by J. T. Wilson, 1937; Map 607A: "Fort Smith, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories" (1941). Geology by J. T. Wilson, 1938; Map 607A: "Ingray Lake, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories" (1942). Geology by J. T. Wilson (1939) and C. S. Lord (1940).
Photos documenting Wilson's professional activities including trips, conferences, meetings, receipt of honorary degrees and other awards. Included is a photographic album of the symposium held in Wilson's honour at the University of Toronto in 1979 entitled "The Continental Crust and its Mineral Deposits"(003P). Arranged within each box chronologically.
Photographs removed from textual files, noted in series file listing as "photo(s) [removed]" and are clearly related to the actions described therein. Included are several images documenting the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, General Assembly held in Toronto in 1957. Arranged by original box and file number from which the images were removed.
1992-02-27. "Two scientific revolutions in the earth sciences", `The Tuzo Wilson Cycle: A 25th anniversary symposium', Geological Association of Canada, Newfoundland branch (St. John's), with covering correspondence
1989-02-07. "Recollections of scientific revolutions in the physical and geological sciences", 4th lecture, Massey College lecture series. (also delivered at Humanities Association of Canada, Kingston Branch on 14 February,1990]. Correspondence
1988-09-07. "Can upswelling add a third dimension to plate tectonics?", Keynote address, Geology Section, 150th anniversary, British Association for the Advancement of Science (Oxford). Correspondence, drafts
1988-01-27. "Can maritime invasions of continents support underground movements and thus advance revolution in the earth sciences?", Logan Club, Geological Survey of Canada (Ottawa). Abstract, correspondence