1998-031 is comprised of glass lantern slides that Buller used for lectures and teaching.
2004-025 contains personal and professional correspondence of Dr. Buller’s. It also contains hand painted wall charts created by and under the direction of Buller for use in his classes and lectures.
2004-096 contains numerous objects used for scientific experiments and imaging by Dr. Buller. There are also numerous glass lantern slides which he used for lectures and teaching.
2005-095 is comprised of glass lantern slides that Buller used for lectures and teaching.
2007-062 contains an array of photographs, illustrations, and manuscripts relating to Buller’s research and publications. It also includes many of Buller’s notebooks from his own education at Mason Science College.
2008-062 contains personal correspondence of Buller’s with various parties, mainly from the early 1900s.
2013-113 one card catalogue by Office Specialty Manufacturing Company limited.
2013-134 involves Buller’s cremation and his remains. The urn is enclosed in the Tyndall stone monument in front of the Buller Biological Laboratories at the University of Manitoba Fort Garry campus. The plaque in this accession was previously installed at the Cereal Research Centre where Buller’s remains were held.
2013-143 consists of a wide range of ephemera and documents from Buller. It includes attendee pins and luggage tags as well as several maps, correspondence and drafts relating to Fungi of Manitoba, and Buller’s applications for several teaching positions from the early 1900s.
2014-003 consists primarily of lithographed wall charts purchased by Buller for teaching during his tenure at the University. There are also court records from a real estate dispute and a poem.
2014-120 consists of lantern slides which Buller used for his lectures and presentations.
2018-119 a filing cabinet for large format documents. Dr. Buller used this to store his wall charts.
2018-120 a filing cabinet for large format documents. Dr. Buller used this to store his wall charts.
2018-121 two furniture pieces from Dr. Reginald Buller which he used to store items.