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 related to tying up loose ends and a letter sent to [Captain] Macdonnell from NWMP Commissioner Herchmer. Also includes a letter sent to SBS from F.L Cartwright, a NWMP officer who served with Steele in the Yukon, and now writing from Grand Forks, B.C. Cartwright discusses the injustice of SBS's removal from the Yukon, and expresses interest in signing up for the Boer War.
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.
Petition sent to Steele at Kootenay from the residents of Windermere and neighbourhood in B.C., requesting a detachment of the force to protect them in the event of troubles with surrounding Indian population (original and photocopy).
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.
Draft of a seven page hand-written letter from Steele to the NWMP Commissioner in Regina responding to and discussing various comments relayed in earlier correspondence from the Commissioner to Steele.
Hand-written letters from S.B. Steele directed to Northwest Territories Constables and Peace Officers, providing details regarding three men involved with horse theft; seal attached beside Steele's signature.
1 p. letter, hand-written on lined paper, by SBS; seal affixed; statement prepared by Sam Steele asking for North-West Mounted Police assistance in capturing three men suspected of stealing a band of horses from a Macleod district rance; seal affixed to document, 27 January 1889.
Black leather-bound pocket diary with hand-written entries from Fort Macleod; memos and accounts kept at back of book. One item, a note from D.L. Meetison, was removed and placed behind the diary in the same file.
Black leather-bound pocket diary with hand-written entries from Fort Macleod; more of a notebook filled with memoranda and notes. A horse race card was removed from the diary and placed behind it in the same file.
Black leather-bound pocket diary with hand-written entries from Fort Macleod; more of a notebook filled with memoranda lists, draft notes. One letter from Cowdry Brothers, Bankers has been removed from the diary and placed behind it in the same file.
Loose items removed from diary, including hand-written notes as well as a small photograph of a woman and inscribed on verso: "A souvenir of the trip of the Press Association to the N.W.T. [J.I.C.] Notes from officers who received medals for their services with Steele's Scouts.
Excerpted report, possibly for publication in a newspaper or periodical, of Steele's account of his experience with the Steele's Scouts in tracking Big Bear and his band. Report is titled: "Gallant Attack on Big Bear's Band by the Mounted Police". Type-written, 5 pp.
Printed report: Report of the Commissioner of the North-West Mounted Police Force 1897. Ottawa. Printed by S.E. Dawson, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, 1898. 318 pp. Two copies of report.
Printed report: Report of the North-West Mounted Police 1898 (Commissioner L.W. Herchmer). Ottawa. Printed by S.E. Dawson, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, 1899. 359 pp. Three copies of report.
Printed and bound reports: Report of the Commissioner of the North-West Mounted Police Force 1897, and Report of the North-West Mounted Police 1898. Ottawa. Printed by S.E. Dawson, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty. 678 pp.
Published reports of the Department of Militia and Defence of the Dominion of Canada. Report Upon the Supression in the North-West Territories, and Matters in Connection Therewith, in 1885. Presented to Parliament. Ottawa, 1886.128 pp. and Report of Lieutenant-Colonel W.H. Jackson ... On Matters in Connection With the Supression of the Rebellion in the North-West Territories, in 1885. Presented to Parliament. Ottawa, 1887. 44 pp.
Published Report of The Commissioner North-West Mounted Police 1874, and printed by order of Department of Justice. The report title page is signed: "SB Steele Supt [?], D. Division, and also signed by G.A. French Lt. Col.
Published report of the North-West Mounted Police Part III 1900. Published in Ottawa by Order of Parliament, 1901. Report is stamped in three places with "Commanding B Division, South African Constabulary, 9 July 1903".
Published report of the Royal North West Mounted Police, 1911. Reports and Other Papers Relating to the McPherson-Dawson Police Patrol - Winter 1910-1911 and the Death of Inspector Francis J. Fitzgerald and all Members of the Patrol. Printed in Ottawa.
Published report of the Royal Northwest Mounted Police for the Year Ended September 30, 1919. Printed in Ottawa by Order of Parliament. Pencilled on the back cover of the report is: "[Met] 27 Regina in 1883".
Published Annual Report of the Department of the Interior for the Year Ended in December 1880. Printed in Ottawa by Order of Parliament. Part II includes the North-West Mounted Police Force Commissioner's Report for 1880.