General Correspondence – Personal letters, re: various matters; including letters from Louis J. [Lipsett], [? Main]; Fred White; George Cowan, etc. and a Havergal report card for Flora Steele. Handwritten.
Submitted proposals for building boats for the NWMP for use in the Yukon; a letter from Fred White warning Steele to avoid friction with Major Walsh; a memo from [R.] Belcher describing conditions on the Chilkoot Pass; a letter expressing concern about custom duties.
Correspondence sent to Steele related to his duties in the Yukon from Fred White, Yukon Commissioner James. M. Walsh, A.B. Perry, and William Pearce, Superintendent of Mines; includes a completed Chilkoot Pass duty form and instructions for Steele's transfer to Dawson.
Correspondence sent to Steele related to his duties in the Yukon, including that of Commission Council member, from Commissioner Ogilvie and Comptroller Fred White; several items relate to budgetary matters for the Yukon NWMP Division.
Correspondence sent to Steele related to his duties in the Yukon, including that of Commission Council member, primarily from Comptroller Fred White; subjects discussed include superannuation, a theft of money and gold from a police safe in Dawson, administrative matters, etc. Included is a letter to Steele from [Inspector R.] Belcher based in Grand Forks, and a letter from Commissioner Herchmer discussing [Inspector] Harper's problems.
Correspondence sent to Steele from Comptroller Fred White, discussing (in both an official and private capacity) Steele's transfer back to the North West from the Yukon and the decision to transfer Inspector Harper back to the Territories; a letter from a John Gillespie, discussing his return to Dawson; and a letter marked personal sent to SBS from [J. Burstall] regarding monies owing SBS.
Correspondence sent to Steele related to his duties in the Yukon, including that of Commission Council member, from Comptroller Fred White and others; several items relate to Steele's leaving the Yukon and include letters of introduction for him as well as an offer to be stationed next in either Macleod or Calgary; one letter from an anxious mother wondering about her prospecting son.
Correspondence sent to Steele related to his duties in the Yukon, including that of Commission Council member, from Comptroller Fred White, and others; several items relate to details surrounding Steele's departure from the Yukon and planned leave of absence, Steele's desire to have a meeting with Prime Minister Laurier; and a letter sent to White expressing 'sorrow' at Steele's recall from the Yukon.
Correspondence sent to Steele from Superintendent Z.T. Wood, thanking him for his Yukon service and wishing him well for the future; from Comptroller Fred White on a variety of matters; and a letter from am anxious parent trying to locate their son.
Telegrams sent to Steele from NWMP Comptroller Fred White and from Inspector Jarvis; also letters from Comptroller White informing Steele that he is being selected to lead a Western contingent of Infantry (many NWMP Officers) for the Boer War, and another letter providing details about his pay account.
Correspondence sent to Steele from Comptroller Fred White; includes a copy of a letter White wrote providing a lis ot non-commissioned officers and constables of the NWMP who served with the Strathcona's Horse in South Africa.
Correspondence sent to Steele from Comptroller Fred White; one letter informs Steele that he has been granted a further leave of absence from the NWMP in order to serve with the South African Constabulary.
Letters to both C.A. Harwood and Mrs. Steele from Comptroller Fred White discussing the Police Officers' Pension Bill and Steele, a newsy letter to Steele from White on various matters; a letter to Steele from White acknowledging his request for a further extension on his leave of absence from the NWMP and application for superannuation; further letters from White regarding Steele's retirement and pension allowances; general pension-related correspondence.
Correspondence to Steele from Comptroller Fred White discussing Steele's NWMP pension; enclosed with White's letters is a copy of the order retiring Steele from the NWMP (March 1, 1903), a copy of a statement detailing Steele's pay received and to be received as pension, and a copy of a letter from the Auditor General concurring with the statements made by White, re: Steele's pension payments.
Correspondence to Steele from Comptroller Fred White discussing NWMP land warrants and pension rights for Superintendent A.R. Macdonnell's widow; also a pension payment notice and letter from NWMP Comptroller Lawrence Fortescue.
Handwritten letter from Fred White, N.W.M.P. to Marie discussing a cheque, mail delivery to the Yukon where SBS is stationed, and the fine reputation the police have in the Yukon; letter is dated February 24th, 1899.
Typewritten letter from Fred White, N.W.M.P. to Marie, re: a Militia Department cheque issued SBS for his pay and outfit as an Officer of the Transvaal Contingent; the letter is dated January 10th, 1900.