1. Photocopied booklet entitled “A History of Calabogie” by Alfred Clarke (1967). about Calabogie.
2. Tourist pamphlet promoting Calabogie businesses, with some statistical and historical information about the village and area.
3. Copy of newspaper (Chronicle, approx. 1905) clipping about Duncan Macfarlane of Calabogie (obituary), born 1807 in Scotland.
Key terms: Springtown; Centennial lake; M.J. O’Brien; K & P Railway; Carswell, Mackay Sawmill; Black Donald; Brougham Township; Mountain Chute; Calabogie Peaks; Calabogie Lodge; Whippletree Shanty; Calabogie Highlands Golf Course; Barryvale; in 3: cholera; Duncan McNab.
4. Lengthy article from Arnprior Chronicle newspaper of Thursday August 27, 1931; "Black Donald Graphite Co. carry on big development - Report that company had ceased to operate and that mine was flooded were without foundation - splendid group of men are engaged in producing the mineral, and investment is over half million dollars, fine spirit of co-operation". Written by R. A. Jeffries for the Ottawa Citizen and republished in the Arnprior Chronicle.