Handwritten letter from Marie in Montreal to Sam in Calgary, dated September 10th, 1907. Marie explains to Sam her business dealings with "Morgan's" and problems in purchasing furniture on a down payment system.
A handwritten letter sent to SBS from Flora Steele, amnd sent with Marie Steele's letter of the same date. Flora discusses friends and recent activities, including a visit with Dr. Helen Macdonald to talk about Scottish heroine, Flora Macdonald.
Handwritten letter with envelope from Flora Steele at St. Urban's Academy in Montreal sent to her parents in Calgary. She expresses her joy at soon coming home for the sumer holidays, and discusses the wardrobe she will bring, etc.
Handwritten letter with envelope from Flora Steele at St. Urban's Academy in Montreal to her parents in Calgary. Flora writes about attending her uncle's wedding, and describes the ceremony in great detail. 4 pp.
Handwritten letter with envelope from Flora in Montreal to her mother in Calgary. Flora writes about her time away from school in Montreal while at her Uncle Frank Harwood's home, visiting friends, and also discusses her father's travel back to Alberta. 3 pp.
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 drafts from Marie to Mr. Grady of Fort Macleod, thanking him for the calendar he sent for SBS and explaining she is sending a photo to him of SBS taken after his return from South Africa; the draft letter is dated January 12th, 1902.
Handwritten drafts of letters Marie has written; on one side of the paper to Mrs. Hilliam, and on the other to the Meanea Saddlery Company of Cheyenne, Wyoming. She disscusses with Mrs. Hilliam SBS's request that she come with the family to South Africa, and to Mr. Meanea she discusses a saddle order for her daughter.
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.