Gilbert, Gerald. The Evolution of Tactics. The Pall Mall Military Series. London: Hugh Rees, Limited, 1907. (inscribed on inside front cover: ‘To Col SB Steele, C.B.M.V.O. with the seasons best wishes [A…] Xmas ’08; also signed ‘S.B. Steele’ in Marie’s handwriting)
[Great Britain. War Office]. Manual of Military Law. London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, 1914. (stamped District Officer Commanding Military District No. 10 Jun 15 1914, and the initials D.O.C. also written on page)
[Great Britain. War Office]. Memorandum on Number of Troops to the Yard in the Principal Battles Since 1850: With the Opinions of Modern Authorities on the Limits of Extension at the Present Day. London: His Majesty’s Stationery Office, . (back cover is loose, and book is signed in front "Col. S.B. Steele Mil Dist 13. Canada")
Hamley, Edward Bruce. The Operations of War Explained and Illustrated. Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1914. (signed S.B. Steele, Nov. 1909 in front of book, and signed twice more, once by SBS and once by Marie Steele)
Jennings-Bramly, H. The Execution of Infantry Entrenchments: and Notes on Various considerations Affecting Them. London: Hugh Rees, Ltd., 1908. (signed twice by S.B.S with name, title, and place (Winnipeg, Canada))
Legge, R.F. Guide to Promotion for Officers in Subject (a) (i) (Regimental Duties). 5th ed. Aldershot: Gale & Polden, Ltd., Wellington Works, 1915. (signed ‘S.B. Steele’ by Marie Steele, and signed by SBS with name and title)
Professors of the University of Toronto. The Canadian Soldier’s Manual for French and German. The Gift of St. Andrew’s Brotherhood Canteen Committee. Toronto: Camp Chaplain’s Office, Concentration Camp, 1915.
Warwick, F.J. and M.B. Cantar. “First Aid” to the Injured and Sick: An Advanced Ambulance Handbook. 8th ed. Edited by A.C. Tunstall. Bristol: John Wright & Sons Ltd., 1913. (signed by S.B.S on title page)
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 others; includes a petition related to establishing a dental association in the Yukon Territory.
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 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.
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.
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".
A NWMP Engagement form and Oath of Allegiance for Israel Dix; a front page from "The Canada Gazette" (August 18, 1900); Printed Bill 40: 'An Act respecting pensions to Officers of the North-West Mounted Police' (2 copies); loose printed sheet showing the distribution state of the Force by Divisions; and affidavit of a Mounted Police Pensioner form (5 copies).
Correspondence related to SAC commissions, and a letter from the Acting Military Secretary to His Excellency The Governor General, granting Steele a two month leave of absence, and directions about how to proceed with his charges agains Captain Fall.
Correspondence related to SAC commissions; a letter from the British National Society for Aid to the Sick and Wounded in War offering to purchase [comforts] for SAC, Canadian Contingent; a decision regarding Captain Fall; a letter from F.W. Borden; and a Royal Warrant confirming grant of Companion of the Bath (Military Division) to Colonel Steele dated 11 May 1901.