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Attached letter from J.B. Clarke

Attached letter from SBS's cousin J. B. Clarke, addressed to Marie, and sent with Marie's letter of 18 June 1899 to SBS. The letter discusses, among other things, the Steele's mining claim.

Clarke, J.B.

Attached letter from Fred White

Marie's copying of a note from Fred White of the NWMP written to Marie Steele, offering his congratulations for SBS being promoted to a full Colonel in the Canadian Militia.

Steele, Marie (de Lotbinière Harwood), 1859-1951

Attached letter to Marie Steele from Alex Jarvis

A handwritten letter to Marie Steele from Inspector Alex Jarvis with the NWMP in the Yukon. He writes about people and changes in Dawson, and discusses his thoughts about leaving the force. Marie sent this letter to Sam in a letter she wrote dated June 17th, 1902.

Jarvis, A.M.

Attached letter to Marie Steele from Elmes Steele

A handwritten letter sent to Marie Steele from Elmes Steele and forwarded to SBS in a letter Marie sent dated June 22nd, 1902. In this letter, Elmes explains why he needed to borrow money from the Steeles, and details how it will be spent.

Steele, Elmes

Attached wedding invitation

Attached wedding invitation enclosed in a letter to SBS from Marie dated August 3rd, 1902. The invitation is from Captain J. O'Donnell of S.A.C. inviting SBS to the wedding of his daughter Mabel to Captain J. Sholto Douglas, also of S.A.C.

Steele, Marie (de Lotbinière Harwood), 1859-1951

Attached letter from Minnie Macdonell

A handwritten letter sent to SBS from Minnie; Sam forwarded it to Marie to read, and Marie returned Minnie's letter with her letter to Sam dated September 17th, 1907. Minnie is writing from 'The Barracks, Macleod' to SBS at Ca;gary.

Macdonell, Minnie Sophia (Carstairs)

Letter to Sam Steele, 10 Sep. 1907

Handwritten letter from Marie in Montreal to Sam in Calgary, dated September 10th, 1907. Marie explains to Sam her business dealings with "Morgan's" and problems in purchasing furniture on a down payment system.

Steele, Marie (de Lotbinière Harwood), 1859-1951

Letter to Sam Steele, 03 Jan. 1900

Handwritten letter from Marie in Montreal to Sam, who has just left that day on a trip east to begin recruiting for Lord Strathcona's Horse

Steele, Marie (de Lotbinière Harwood), 1859-1951

Letter to Sam Steele, 04 Jul. 1915

Handwritten letter from Marie in Winnipeg to SBS at Shorncliffe Camp, Kent, England, dated July 4th, 1915. Enclosed with the letter are two news clippings (re. Captain Mackenzie and an obituary for James McDougall).

Steele, Marie (de Lotbinière Harwood), 1859-1951

Letter to Sam Steele, 03 Aug. 1915

Handwritten letter form Marie in Winnipeg to SBS at Shorncliffe Camp, Kent, England, dated August 3rd, 1915. Enclosed with the letter is a news artilce.

Steele, Marie (de Lotbinière Harwood), 1859-1951

General Correspondence - Notebook

A bound note book, stamped with gold lettering: "Daily Journal 1892 N.W.M.P.". Only a few entries in journal; appear to be listings of house-hold good (dishes, pictures, linens, etc.) Perhaps maintained by Marie Steele.

Steele, Marie (de Lotbinière Harwood), 1859-1951

Creasy, Edward. Some Decisive Battles of the World: From Marathon to Waterloo. London: Blackie and Son Limited. [1913]. (abridged version of The Fifteen Decisive Battles of the World (1851); inscribed on front inside page: ‘To my darling Sam knowing how fond you are of Battles, Maye. Xmas 1914.’)

Creasy, Edward. Some Decisive Battles of the World: From Marathon to Waterloo. London: Blackie and Son Limited. [1913]. (abridged version of The Fifteen Decisive Battles of the World (1851); inscribed on front inside page: ‘To my darling Sam knowing how fond you are of Battles, Maye. Xmas 1914.’)

Steele, Marie (de Lotbinière Harwood), 1859-1951

Cruikshank, Ernest. War of 1812-13. Welland, Ontario: The Lundy Lane Historical Society, [1902]. (a compilation of publications published by Ernest Cruikshank for the Lundy Land Historical Society, gold lettering on the front cover includes title and ‘Col. S.B. Steele, C.B.M.V.O.’; inscribed on inside cover: ‘With love & best wishes from your affectionate wife Maye Steele Montreal March 19th, 1902)

Cruikshank, Ernest. War of 1812-13. Welland, Ontario: The Lundy Lane Historical Society, [1902]. (a compilation of publications published by Ernest Cruikshank for the Lundy Land Historical Society, gold lettering on the front cover includes title and ‘Col. S.B. Steele, C.B.M.V.O.’; inscribed on inside cover: ‘With love & best wishes from your affectionate wife Maye Steele Montreal March 19th, 1902)

Steele, Marie (de Lotbinière Harwood), 1859-1951

Advance pay receipt

Handwritten note by Maye Steele acknowledging receipt of advance pay for SBS from F.W. Taylor of the Bank of Montreal.

Steele, Marie (de Lotbinière Harwood), 1859-1951

Borthwick, J. Douglas. Poems and Songs on the South African War. Montreal The Gazette Publishing Co., 1901.

Borthwick, J. Douglas. Poems and Songs on the South African War. Montreal The Gazette Publishing Co., 1901. (inscribed at front from L. Williamson noting pages containing her nephew’s poetry; annotated on these pages as well). Marie Steele has written both S.B. Steele and H.E. Steele at the front of the book.

Steele, Harwood

Bennett-Goldney, Francis. The First Arrivals of Wounded at Folkestone Pier and the Early Importance and Developments of the Bevan Military Hospital at Sandgate. London: William Clowes and Sons. Limited, 191[7].

Bennett-Goldney, Francis. The First Arrivals of Wounded at Folkestone Pier and the Early Importance and Developments of the Bevan Military Hospital at Sandgate. London: William Clowes and Sons. Limited, 191[7]. (inscribed on front cover: ‘For dear Mrs. Steele with love from the Authors Francis Bennett-Goldney June 1917’)

Steele, Marie (de Lotbinière Harwood), 1859-1951

Telegram to Marie Steele, 11 Apr. 1900

A telegram sent to Marie Steele in Montreal from Sam announcing he has landed at Capetown, South Africa and suffered a heavy loss of horses from pneumonia.

Steele, Marie (de Lotbinière Harwood), 1859-1951

Letter from Flora Steele to Marie Steele and SBS, 29 Apr 1908

Handwritten letter with envelope from Flora Steele at St. Urban's Academy in Montreal to her parents in Calgary. She writes about looking forward to returning to Calgary, wanting to learn to shoot once she's home, and trying her best at arithmetic (with her "arithmeticless head!"), etc. 2 pp.

Steele, Flora

Letter from Flora Steele to Marie Steele and SBS, 03 May 1908

Handwritten letter with envelope from Flora Steele at St. Urban's Academy in Montreal to her parents in Calgary. Flora writes about relatives, her excitement at coming home for the summer, the possibility of horseback riding once she is home, and wishes her mother a happy birthday. 3 pp.

Steele, Flora

Letter from Flora Steele to Marie Steele, 26 Aug 1908

Handwritten letter with envelope from Flora Steele in Winnipeg to her mother in Calgary. Flora describes her train trip to Winnipeg, her father meeting her at the station, and then describes the sightseeing, shopping, and visiting she is doing in Winnipeg. 8 pp.

Steele, Flora

Letter from Flora Steele to Marie Steele, 04 Oct 1908

Handwritten letter with envelope from Flora in Montreal to her mother in Calgary. Flora writes about her time away from school in Montreal while at her Uncle Frank Harwood's home, visiting friends, and also discusses her father's travel back to Alberta. 3 pp.

Steele, Flora

Letter from Flora Steele to Marie Steele, 17 Dec 1908

Handwritten letter with envelope from Flora Steele in Ottawa to her mother in Calgary. Flora describes her visit in Ottawa where she is touring the sights with her cousin (Jope), visiting family members, and being shown the Ottawa Library by Mrs. Lampman, widoe of the poet Archibald Lampman. 2 pp.

Steele, Flora

Letter from Flora Steele to Marie Steele, 04 Jan 1917

Handwritten letter with envelope from Flora in France to her mother in Folkestone, England. Flora talks about a ship that has sunk and caused the closing of the port; discusses news of family friends; and talks generally about her work in a hospital in France. 4 pp.

Steele, Flora

Letter from Harwood Steele to Marie Steele and SBS, 22 Nov 1914

A handwritten letter from Harwood at Highfield School in Hamilton, Ontario to his parents; 5 pp. Harwood pleads with his mother to be allowed to go to Montreal (and not Orillia) for Christmas; and talks about his activities, clothing needs, and recent commission to paint a design to bear the "names of old Highfielders gone to the front."

Steele, Harwood

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