Scrapbook largely contains materials about Price's personal and professional life from 1968-1970, though there are some earlier items. There is a 1908 clipping on the reorganization of Westinghouse, with letter from the Vice President of the General Cable Corporation, Price’s Officer’s Record Book from his time in the armed services (1918), and photos from University of Pittsburgh (pre-1968). Other post-1968 items from the University of Pittsburgh include a program from the dedication of the Johnstown Campus of the University of Pittsburgh, a letter confirming receipt of a Mellon Grant ($1 million) to fund the school of engineering at the University of Pittsburgh, letter the Gwilym A. Price Engineering Lectures, and a program from the dedication of Stanton Chapman Crawford Hall. There is also documentation of Price's continued work with the Republican party, including a letters of appreciation from Richard M. Nixon regarding his presidential run and fundraising for his campaign, a letter about Nixon from Pennsylvania governor Raymond Shafer, post-election communication from the Nixon campaign, and an invitation and program for an evening at the White House with Red Skelton. Price continued to do civic work, documented here by Price's letter to assist the fundraising campaign for the Crafton Methodist Church, and a program and clipping from The Greater Pittsburgh Guild for the Blind's Medallion Ball. There are also personal notes from friends and colleagues, including the Secretary of the Treasury; a letter about Price’s resignation from his position at Radio Free Europe, and photos of Price's Anacosti (Canada) fishing trip in 1969.