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2nd Canadian Division - Inspection Reports - 1914

2nd Canadian Division – Inspection Reports Itinerary for a Military District No. 10 Inspection tour by SBS. On an attached note, Harwood Steele notes that the tour was proposed by Major H.D. B. Ketchen of Steele’s staff, whose handwriting appears on it, and H.S. also provides an update on Ketchen’s military career. One sheet. Typewritten with handwritten annotation

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2nd Canadian Division - Inspection Reports - 1916

2nd Canadian Division – Inspection Reports Inspection reports and related correspondence and schedules for inspections conducted during June, 1916. Includes inspections of the Canadian Training Division at Shorncliffe; the 92nd Highland Battalion, the 90th, 95th, 99th and 83rd Battalions. Includes a explanatory note about the material from Harwood Steele, (photocopy) ca. 1969 Typewritten

Carson, J.W., Sir Major General

Attached letter from Harwood Steele

An attached letter from Harwood sent to SBS with Marie's letter of June 1st, 1902. 'Dubbie' has written some letters and was probably helped by his sister Flora with the writing of the letter.

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Borthwick, J. Douglas. Poems and Songs on the South African War. Montreal The Gazette Publishing Co., 1901.

Borthwick, J. Douglas. Poems and Songs on the South African War. Montreal The Gazette Publishing Co., 1901. (inscribed at front from L. Williamson noting pages containing her nephew’s poetry; annotated on these pages as well). Marie Steele has written both S.B. Steele and H.E. Steele at the front of the book.

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Canadian Army Medical Services Reports

Canadian Army Medical Service Reports Interim Report of Surgeon General G.C. Jones, Director Medical Services, Canadians in reply to the Report on the Canadian Army Medical Service by Colonel Herbert A. Bruce, Special Inspector General, Medical Services, Canadian Expeditionary Force. 61 pages. Includes explanatory note written by Harwood Steele [ca. 1969]. Typewritten; handwritten

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Canadian Training Division: France Visit - Correspondence

Canadian Training Division: France Visit – Correspondence Correspondence sent to and from SBS in his capacity as Major-General, C.B., M.V.O., Canadian Headquarters, Shorncliffe, England. Includes correspondence and related reports concerning Steele’s visit to the French Front, June 8th-14th, 1917. Notes accompanying the report are provided by Harwood Steele. Note: Two maps removed from file and placed in map box. (2008.1.3.3.5.4; 130-12) Hand-written; Typewritten

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Canadian Training Division: General - Correspondence

Canadian Training Division – General - Correspondence Part of a document entitled “System of Training of Canadian Troops in England” issued by SBS, probably for a conference with General Carson; includes an explanatory note from Harwood Steele, 1969. Typewritten

Carson, J.W., Sir Major General

Canadian Training Division: Surplus Attachment - Correspondence

Canadian Training Division – Surplus Attachment - General Correspondence Correspondence sent to and from SBS in his capacity as Major-General, C.B., M.V.O., Canadian Headquarters, Shorncliffe, England. The correspondence revolves around the possible attachment of Canadian Officers from the Training Division to Battalions in France for service, instruction, etc. Correspondents include Steele, General J.W. Carson, Colonel Rogers, General MacDougall, and Headquarters, Canadian Division. A hand-written explanatory note is provided by Harwood Steele. Typewritten

Carson, J.W., Sir Major General

Canadian Training Division: Venereal Disease - Correspondence and Reports

Canadian Training Division – Venereal Disease - Correspondence Reports and correspondence regarding the combating of venereal disease and its spread among Canadian troops training in England; correspondents include Sam Steele, Robert Borden, General Carson, Sir Sam Hughes and civilians. Includes a hand-written explanatory note by Harwood Steele [1969]. Typewritten; handwritten

Borden, Robert Laird, Sir

Correspondence - Individuals: Harwood Steele

Letters sent to SBS from his son Harwood, includes early letters written from Calgary in 1909, and later letters describing his military experiences; includes telegrams and one letter dated January 5th, [1916? 1917?] marked by H.S. 'for use only if necessary'. Hand-written

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Denison, George T. A History of Cavalry From the Earliest Times: With Lessons for the Future. 2nd ed. London: Macmillan and Co., Limited, 1913.

Denison, George T. A History of Cavalry From the Earliest Times: With Lessons for the Future. 2nd ed. London: Macmillan and Co., Limited, 1913. (inscribed to Colonel S.B. Steele C.B. “with the compliments of The Author”; Marie Steele has also written both Harwood Steele’s and S.B. Steele’s names in the front of the book)

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French and Belgian Troop Reports

French and Belgian Troop Reports Reports on campaign operations in France and Belgium sent to SBS for his information; includes information on the Battles of St Eloi, The Somme, and Vimy Ridge; includes an explanatory note written by Harwood Steele [ca. 1969]. Typewritten

Ketchen, H.D.B.

General Correspondence - 1918, 1969

General Correspondence – Personal letters, outgoing, copies of letters written by SBS to C.A. Harwood, Hector McInnes: and Major General J.W. Carson; several copies of each letter; includes explanatory notes written by Harwood Steele (marked by H.S. ‘for use only if necessary’). Handwritten; Typewritten.

Carson, J.W., Sir Major General

Letter from Harwood Steele (20 July 1928)

Letter from Harwood Steele to Pocock dated 20 July 1928 regarding Harwood trying to sell the motion picture rights possibly for his book Spirit of Iron. Harwood also writes about his health and goals.

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Letter from Harwood Steele to Marie Steele and SBS, 22 Nov 1914

A handwritten letter from Harwood at Highfield School in Hamilton, Ontario to his parents; 5 pp. Harwood pleads with his mother to be allowed to go to Montreal (and not Orillia) for Christmas; and talks about his activities, clothing needs, and recent commission to paint a design to bear the "names of old Highfielders gone to the front."

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Letter from Harwood Steele to SBS, 02 Aug 1916

Handwritten letter from Harwood in France to SBS at Shorncliffe, England. Harwood writes about the possibility of doing a course in England, provided he is given official military permission to do so. 2 sheets and envelope.

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Letter from Harwood Steele to SBS, 02 Jan 1917

Handwritten letter from Harwood Steele with the 27th Battalion in France writing to SBS in England. Harwood would like to get back to England, if only for Leave, and expects his battalion will soon be in the trenches. 2 sheets.

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Letter from Harwood Steele to SBS, 06 Jan 1917

Handwritten letter form Harwood at Headquarters, 11th Infantry Brigade, 4th Canadian Division, France to SBS at Shorncliffe, England; Harwood is again asking his father to help find a commission for his friend W.G. (Bill) Neish. 1 sheet and envelope.

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Letter from Harwood Steele to SBS, 06 Mar 1916

A handwritten letter from Harwood Steele to his father, SBS in Shorncliffe, England. Harwood is writing to ask if his father might be able to secure a Commission with the Canadians for his friend [Neish]. 1 sheet and envelope.

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Letter from Harwood Steele to SBS, 06 Oct 1917

Handwritten letter from Harwood in France to SBS at Shorncliffe, England; he discusses air raids, etc. and suggests that his father drop a line to Currie to see what his (Harwood's) standing in the Corps List is.3 sheets and envelope.

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Letter from Harwood Steele to SBS, 07 Sep 1916

Handwritten letter from Harwood Steele in France to SBS at Shorncliffe, England. Harwood explains in this letter that he has been transferred to General Ketchen's brigade: "attached for the purpose of learning the duties of a Staff Captain". 1 sheet and envelope.

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Letter from Harwood Steele to SBS, 13 Jan 1918

Handwritten letter from Harwood at Headquarters, 11th Infantry Brigade, 4th Canadian Division, France to SBS st Shorncliffe, England; he discusses feeling fine after being in hospital, his expectiation of a Staff Appointment, and discusses his father's recent KCMG appointment and subsequent congratulations received. 2 sheets and envelope.

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Letter from Harwood Steele to SBS, 13 Jun 1916

Handwritten letter from Harwood Steele in France to SBS at Shorncliffe, England. Harwood discusses his activities in France; General Turner's decision to delay H's leave; the Russian's success; and 'K's loss', etc. 2 sheets and envelope.

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Letter from Harwood Steele to SBS, 15 Oct 1915

Handwritten letter from Harwood "somewhere in France" to SBS at Shorncliffe, England. Harwood writes about recent staff promotions and the passing over of a promotion for Major Jarvis. He also asks his father to try and find a place in paymastership for his friend Bill Neish. 1 sheet and envelope.

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Letter from Harwood Steele to SBS, 16 Dec 1916

Handwritten letter from Harwood Steele in France to SBS at Shorncliffe, England. Harwood writes that he thinks it is quite likely that he will soon be attached to a battalion in order to gain trench experience, and wants Sam to let Marie know about this possibility. 2 sheets and envelope.

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Letter from Harwood Steele to SBS, 16 Nov 1915

Handwritten letter from Harwood Steele "somewhere in France" to SBS at Shorncliffe, England. He writes about his work, his admiration of SBS's training plan to send soldiers to France for a fortnight's experience in the trenches, and general matters. 4 sheets and envelope.

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Letter from Harwood Steele to SBS, 17 Jan 1918

Handwritten letter from Harwood in France to SBS at Shorncliffe, England; Harwood talks about Sam's efforts to find a position for his friend (Bill) Neish, appreciates that SBS finds his K.C.M.G. valueless, and shares rumors about potential promotions (initials used to get past censors), etc. 1 sheet and envelope.

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Letter from Harwood Steele to SBS, 18 Mar 1916

A handwritten letter from Harwood Steele in France to SBS at Shorncliffe. The letter, a response to one received from his father, discusses the "Carson" situation, and describes his commanders in France, and his own situation. 3 sheets and envelope.

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Letter from Harwood Steele to SBS, 19 Sep 1917

Handwritten letter from Harwood Steele in France to SBS in England. Harwood comments on Sam's visit with Rev. R. Stewart Patterson, discusses staff courses, and talks about conscription in Canada, etc. 3 sheets and envelope.

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Letter from Harwood Steele to SBS, 2 Feb 1918

Handwritten letter from Harwood in France to SBS at Shorncliffe, England; Harwood discusses the reputation of Lord Kitchener; a Winnipeg Telegram article on SBS; and promotions, etc. occurring within the Canadian military. 3 sheets and envelope.

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Letter from Harwood Steele to SBS, 20 Oct 1918

Handwritten letter from Harwood at Headquarters, 188th Infantry Brigade, France to SBS at Putney, England; Harwood discusses some 'lost ground' faced by Canadians in recent battles, the death of Louis Lipsett, the anticipated end of the War, and Sam's plans for retiremen (farming in Fort Macleod). 4 sheets and envelope.

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Letter from Harwood Steele to SBS, 21 Apr 1916

Handwritten letter from Harwood Steele in France to SBS at Shorncliffe, England. Harwood writes about Major Jarvis; the unliklihood of his going to a Brigade; General Ketchen and his 'rough time'; the rumor of a fourth Division; and his upcoming leave, etc. 4 sheets and envelope.

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Letter from Harwood Steele to SBS, 21 Jan 1918

Handwritten letter from Harwood in France to SBS at Shorncliffe, England; he writes further about what he hears in terms of promotions and movement within military in France, and shares his father's anger at the way SBS is being treated by the Canadian Military. 1 sheet and envelope.

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Letter from Harwood Steele to SBS, 22 Aug 1917

Handwritten letter from Harwood in France to SBS at Shorncliffe, England; Harwood discusses his potential staffing opportunities, and suggests his father quit the military because of the way he (SBS) has been treated. 2 sheets and envelope.

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Letter from Harwood Steele to SBS, 23 Jan 1917

Handwritten letter from Harwood with the 27th Canadian Battalion in France to SBS at Shorncliffe, England; Harwood is responding to his father's letters, and discussing his experiences and hope of getting back to England. He has burned, at Sam's request, one of these letters received. 3 sheets and envelope.

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