The Henry O. Fortin Scrapbook contains dance cards, theater programs, sporting event programs, ticket stubs, "spirit" ribbons, and objects such as a beanie, pocket handkerchiefs, and a hat cord, most collected by him while he was a student at Montana State College. Several pages of signatures and brief testimonial comments from fellow USGS workers from 1926 through 1930 are included. The scrapbook also contains a few letters, including one personally signed by then U.S. Secretary of Commerce Herbert Hoover and another by U.S. Congressman John M. Evans. A student essay based Fortin's personal experience growing up in rural Montana, "The Hunt," is pasted into the scrapbook.
The Omega Beta Photograph Album consists of photographs taken between 1916 and 1923. Snapshots show members engaged in campus activities, picnics, involvement with other organizations such as the Les Buffons club and the MSC football, basketball, and baseball teams. Formal portraits of some individual members of the fraternity, as well as group portraits, are also included. Selected buildings on the MSC campus, and in the city of Bozeman, are present.