Four sheets of legal sized lined paper (the same paper used for the memoir draft), with lists of handwritten names (SBS's handwriting), and titled "Old families resident in Toronto 80 years ago & upwards"; there is also a page for familes of 60 years ago & upwards; 50 years ago & upwards; and 40 years ago & upwards.
These may have been notes related to Sam Steele's writing of his memoir "Forty Years in Canada".
Keith, Marian. The End of the Rainbow. Toronto: The Westminster Co., Limited, 1913. (inscribed on inside front cover: “To The Dear Steele Family With warmest greetings of Christmastides from Cousin Essie “Marion Keith” Toronto Dec. 1913”)
Win the War Convention Further correspondence related to the Canadian Win the War Conventions; includes General Steele’s issued cablegram in response to the Conventions failing to support a resolution in favour of Conscription; and related correspondence.
Currie, Arthur William, Lieutenant-General Sir, 1875-1933
Win the War Convention Further correspondence related to the Canadian Win the War Conventions; includes copies of letters General Steele sends to others, and his response to a criticism directed to him from a Calgary lawyer and politician, Clifford B. Reilly. Recipients of Steele’s letters include: William Perkins Bull, Colonel Chas. A. Smart, Sir Robert Borden, George Hope Johnston, Premier T.C. Norris and others.
Win the War Convention Follow-up correspondence related to the Canadian Win the War Conventions; correspondents include: W. McInnes, Vivian Bartram, Brigadier-General Swift, Lieut.-Colonel A.M. Jarvis, Sir Robert Borden and others.
Handwritten letter from the secretary (Caroline Margaret Land) of the Toronto I.O.D.E. wishing Marie the best on her journey to South Africa, mentioning the Order's work in S.A. caring for soldiers' graves, and informing Marie that her membership in the I.O.D.E. has been processed. The letter is dated September 29th, 1902.
Handwritten letter to Marie dated Spetember 6th, 1901 with an attached copy of a typewritten letter sent to SBS on May 29, 1901 from J. Henderson, discussing monies required to pay for Uncle John's expenses.
Handwritten letter from the secretary (Caroline Margaret Land) of the Toronto I.O.D.E. asking Marie to join the Order and take part in their work (caring for the Canadian soldier) in South Africa; the letter is dated June 10th, 1902. Attached with the letter is a listing of the Executive members of the Imperial Order of the Empire and the Children of the Empire, as well as an issue of their newsletter "Echoes" (June 1st, 1902).