A handwritten letter from Col. P.W. Worsley of Halifax, N.S. sent to SBS requesting assistance in getting his son a position with the South African Constabulary. SBS forwarded the letter to Baden-Powell, who returned the letter along with his own reply to SBS. Marie sent both letters with her letter to SBS of July 18th, 1901.
An attached handwritten letter from A.M. Jarvis's Aunt J.J. Harwood Steele notes that the aunt talks about the fine reputation of Strathcona's Horse, and mentions Lord Dundonal's impending visit. He also says that the aunt's return address of "Charlecote Park" is associated with Shakespeare.
A handwritten letter from Alice Farish, Marie's letter, sent to SBS and enclosed with Marie's letter to Sam of January 9th, 1902. Alice is writing from Denver, Colorado and her letter is dated January 3rd, 1902.
Attached handwritten letter to SBS from [James] Henderson vacationing in Lakewood, New Jersey. General news but referening money sent by the Steele's for Uncle John; also mentions sitting beside John D. Rockefeller at the resort dining room.
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.
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.
A handwritten letter sent to J.A. Harwood (Gus?) from the John B. Stetson Company, and forwarded on to SBS in a letter from Marie dated July 27th, 1902. The Company representative is responding to a report that SBS's hat was damaged upon receipt in South Africa.
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.
A letter originally sent to Solicitors Lighthall & Harwood (acting on behalf of SBS), and regarding disagreement over outstanding monies owed for Sam's living quarters in England. The letter has been copied by hand by Marie Steele, and includes her added comments at the end of the letter.
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.
A handwritten letter sent to SBS from Flora Steele, amnd sent with Marie Steele's letter of the same date. Flora discusses friends and recent activities, including a visit with Dr. Helen Macdonald to talk about Scottish heroine, Flora Macdonald.
Handwritten letter from Marie in Winnipeg writing to SBS in Montreal, Quebec. This is an emotional letter, with Marie expressing her fears about Harwood possibly enlisting with the army corps to fight in World War 1. 2 pp. and envelope.
Attached letter to SBS from Flora Steele sent in a letter from Marie Steele, dated August 9th, 1907. Flora writes about the "machine" for her teeth that arrived from the U.S.A. and will be put on her teeth by her Uncle; she also describes a recent family visit to Dominion Park.
A handwritten letter to SBS from Flora Steele, and sent with Marie's letter of August 15th, 1907. Flora talks about the pain her teeth are causing her, books she is reading or interested in reading, and social visits she has made.