General Correspondence – Includes a letter from the South African Club, notifying Steele he is their honorary president; a letter from John A. McDougall, Mayor of Edmonton; a letter from R. Belcher; and others. Handwritten; typewritten.
General military correspondence including requests for appointments, etc. and a letter written by SBS making a recommendation for a Tartan (Macleod) for the Infantry Corps (Highlanders). Handwritten; typewritten
Correspondence sent to SBS in his capacity as Colonel in Command of Military District 13; includes letters from the Department of Militia and Defence, and a letter of recommendation written by Steele. Handwritten, typewritten
Correspondence, incoming and outgoing, sent to and from SBS in his capacity as Colonel in Command of Military District 13; includes a letter to Frank Oliver, Minister of the Interior, and more information about the proposed Infantry Regiment at Edmonton. Typewritten
Correspondence sent to Steele related to his duties in the Yukon, including that of Commission Council member, from Comptroller Fred White and others; several items relate to Steele's leaving the Yukon and include letters of introduction for him as well as an offer to be stationed next in either Macleod or Calgary; one letter from an anxious mother wondering about her prospecting son.
Handwritten letter with envelope from Flora Steele at St. Urban's Academy in Montreal to her parents in Calgary. She writes about looking forward to returning to Calgary, wanting to learn to shoot once she's home, and trying her best at arithmetic (with her "arithmeticless head!"), etc. 2 pp.
Handwritten letter with envelope from Flora at St. Urban's Academy to her parents in Calgary. Flora discusses attempts to have a new riding habit made, and her 'exasperation' with her music teacher. 2 pp.
Handwritten letter with envelope from Flora Steele in Montreal to her parents in Calgary. She discusses plans for her upconing trip home, and the goodbye visits she is making in Montreal prior to boarding the train for Calgary. 2 pp.
Handwritten letter to Marie from D.A. Macdonald of Militia and Defence Canada repsonding about how he can provide assistance for the Steele family's upcoming move to Calgary; the letter is dated August 8th, 1907.
Handwritten letter to Marie from D.A. Macdonald of Militia and Defence Canada repsonding to Marie's inquiry about help with their move to Calgary; he explains that he had written earlier to help but did not have the Steele's correct address. His letter is written on the back of the original letter Marie wrote to him; the letter is dated August 26th, 1907.