Series contains photographic material including: portraits of Evelyn Lambart and her family and friends including Frederick Lambart, Helen Wallbridge, Hyacinthe Lambart, Edward Lambart, David Turner, Dodi Stahl, Arthur H. Lambart, Howard Frederick John Lambart, S.S. Wallbridge, Hanna S. Howard, Henrica H. Howard, the 8th Earl of Cavan, the Countess of Cavan, O.H. Lambart, Carolyn A. Lambart, and Mary Mason. Other photographs depict quilts done by Evelyn Lambart; Evelyn Lambart's house in Sutton, Québec, and the Lambart family home, Vine Lynne; members of the jury at the Annecy Film Festival, France, 1957; Evelyn Lambart and Norman McLaren working on the film, Begone Dull Care; Norman McLaren receiving an award and working on short animated films; John Grierson examining a series of posters produced by the National Film Board of Canada, Ottawa, 1944. Nitrate negatives also cover Hyacinthe Lambart's activities at home in Vine Lynne, in the Laurentians and her flying endeavours. Other photographic material includes Howard Lambart's photo survey in British Columbia; an air pageant, Hamilton, Ontario; a group photo of the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale Conférence de Washington, 8-11 Oct., 1934; Charles Lindbergh's visit to Ottawa, 1 July 1927; 1st Field Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery, 1940; depictions of civil aviation in Canada and Europe; activities of the Canadian Flying Clubs Association and the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan; children's fancy dress ball, Rideau Hall, Ottawa, December, 1913; Port Arthur, Ontario; wreck of the SS 1885; a group photograph of a theology class, possibly at Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario; buildings on St. Stanislas Street, Québec City; exterior and interior views of St. Andrews Church; Sussex Street, Ottawa, Ontario; Philipsburg, Québec; Blackfoot Confederacy, Calgary, Alberta; postcard views of places, buildings, and activities across Canada, 1905-1915. Nitrate negatives cover Evelyn Lambart's life. They consist of some portraits of Evelyn Lambart and members of her family at their home Vine Lynne, 7 Rideau Gate, Ottawa, Ont.; family summer vacation at Blue Sea Lake, Cedar Lake, Lake Bernard, Farmers Rapids; trips to Belleville, Niagara Falls, Carlsbad Springs, Ottawa vicinity, Toronto, Guelph, Kingston, Wakefield, Quebec City and Murray Bay between 1928 and 1948; National Film Board animation department members include Norman McLaren, George Dunning, Grant Munro and Evelyn Lambart between 1943 and 1948 shooting their short animated films at NFB studios; photos of Evelyn helping Alan Beddoe illuminate Canada's Book of Remembrance, Experimental Farm, Ottawa, 1942; photos of Norman McLaren working at the animation department of the NFB, 1943-1948; series of colour slides of her animated film "The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse" NFB, 1980; series of colour slides (1982-1984) showing appliqué and wool embroidery works by Evelyn Lambart; series of colour slides of her garden by herself (1974-1990) and by Freeman Patterson, Sutton, 1989. The photographic portion of this fonds also includes a photo album entitled, "Vine Lynne Canada and Abroad", which contains photos depicting Lord Dufferin's Fancy Dress Ball, 1876; the National Council of Women, 1896; W.C. Edwards electric development Rideau Falls, 1908; Ottawa Fire, 1900; Point Gatineau flood; Canada-Alaska Boundary Survey; Fridland House, Rockcliffe Park, 1912; Yukon and 141 St. Meridian Surveys, 1907-1911; various trips to western Canada, Yukon, Alaska, and the Northwest Territories, 1909-1925; Kutlan Glacier expedition, 1913; Prince Rupert, Esquimalt, Collingwood Geodetic Station, 1916; Alberta-British Columbia Boundary, 1913-1924; Rocky Mountains and glaciers, Mount Logan expedition, Alaska, 1925; and various topographical surveys in western and northern Canada. 1 glass plate negative of Evelyn's father.