Accession consists of seventeen handmade copies of the Atkins Family Club publication called At Home with the Atkins.
The Atkins Family Club newspaper was a family bulletin begun in 1954 with the purpose of stengthening the bond of the Toronto family members who saw each other often, while engaging those who lived out of town. The club had a membership of 95 relatives in 1954 who paid a membership fee of $2.50 per person, per annum. This money would go towards events and meetings organized by the club's executive committee, such as picnics and dinner outings. The only requirement for membership was that each person had to be a direct descendent of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Atkins.