General Correspondence – Personal letters, re: various matters; including correspondence related to the “Forty Years” publication, letters of congratulations and correspondence between Steele and his publisher regarding Steele’s displeasure with aspects of the publication; letters expressing sympathy to Steele for a recent accident in which he broke his shoulder; a letter and attached photograph from T. Bland Strange; and letters from other acquaintances and colleagues. Includes a letter written on Legion of Frontiersmen letter head from ? Taylor. Handwritten; Typewritten
General Correspondence – Personal letters, incoming and outgoing, re: various matters; including a letter sent from Sam to the publishers of his Memoirs; a letter from Sam to C.A. Harwood; a letter from M.I. Macleod, widow of N.W.M.P. Commissioner James F. Macleod, thanking Sam for sending a copy of his book and commenting on the mention of her husband in said book, and letters received from family and friends. Handwritten; Typewritten.
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.
Handwritten letter with envelope from Flora in Winnipeg to her father at Shorncliffe Camp in Kent, England. Flora talks about her and Gerrtrude's social activites in Winnipeg; describes being at Camp Sewell for Dominion Day, and talking to former NWMP officers from Macleod: Quartermaster Patterson, and George Casey, and assures her father that she and Gertrude are not worrying their mother. 9 pp.
Handwritten letter with envelope from Flora in Clagary to her father in Winnipeg. Flora wishes her father a happy birthday, and describes the visiting she and her mother are doing in Calgary. She mentions Captain and Mrs. Mackie who just left Calgary for Edmonton. 2pp.
Handwritten letter from Flora staying at her Uncle Bob's in Monteal to her father in Winnipeg. Flora writes about the visiting she has done, and discusses in more detail her thoughts about the English and attitudes towards Canadians, as well as discussing further the Free Masons, etc. 4 pp.
Handwritten letter from Flora in Calgary to her father in Winnipeg. Flora discusses their general activities and comments on the weather, her father's health, and a news clipping about Colonel Irvine. 1 pp.
Handwritten letter with envelope (addressed to Harwood Steele)from Flora in Winnipeg to her father in England. Flora writes in detail about her social activities, mentioning listening to music on a victrola, and boating on the river, etc. 4 pp.
Handwritten letter from Flora in Winnipeg to her father in Fort William, Ontario. Flora talks about spending time with Mrs. Ketchen, and sends a message to Captain Ketchen about the baby; and discusses general topics including drawing a four leaf clover at the end of her letter. 4 pp.
Handwritten letter from Flora in Winnipeg to her father at Camp Sewell, Manitoba. Flora talks about the visits and visitors they have enjoyed; mentions that all now have cameras, and her father should tell Captain Ketchen that Gertrude took a photograph of Allastair (Ketchen's son); Flora writes about general activities at home in Winnipeg. 3 pp.
Handwritten letter from a [Dale ?], talking about his experineces fighting fires in the U.S., and his various business interests; he knows the family and asks for Flora's address in Montreal so he might contact her when next in Montreal. The letter is dated September 23rd, 1909.
Handwritten letter to Marie from J.D. Smith of Winnipeg who explains at length the problems a friend, Mr. Johnston is experiencing, and looking to the Steele's for financial help; attached is a letter to Smith from W.E. Fraser, a physician in Bashaw, Alberta. The letter is dated October 5th, 1912.
Handwritten letter to Marie from the Portage la Prairie I.O.D.E. informing Marie she was elected patroness of the "Colonel Sam Steele Military Chapter"; included is a handwritten draft reply written by Marie.
Handwritten letter to Marie from her sister-in-law Mathilde Harwood (Tilsey/Tilsie) writing about their stay in Victoria and Antoine's (Toreador's) plans to leave dentistry and go into real estate; the letter is dated January 6th, 1913.
Handwritten letter to Marie from her sister-in-law Mathilde Harwood (Tilsey/Tilsie) sharing family news and saying how much Antoine enjoyed his visit with their family; the letter is dated March 27th, 1913.