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              2008. · File · 07 May 1910
              Part of Sir Samuel Steele Collection

              General Correspondence – A letter from Constance Taylor acknowledging the sympathy letter received from Steele on the death of her husband. Handwritten.

              Steele, Samuel B. (Samuel Benfield), 1848-1919
              2008. · File · Mar. 1913
              Part of Sir Samuel Steele Collection

              Correspondence sent to SBS in his capacity as Colonel in Command of Military District #10, based at the Fort Osborne Barracks in Winnipeg; private correspondence regarding the proposed opening of a Drill Hall at Moosomin, Saskatchewan.

              Steele, Samuel B. (Samuel Benfield), 1848-1919
              Item · July 25, 1912
              Part of Prairie Ephemera Collection

              Two reports detailing the work done and expenses accrued of maintaining the gardens and grounds of various railway stations throughout Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba, and the supplying nursery. Contains 32 b&w photographs of the station gardens and nursery plants, all captioned. Photograph locations include Moosejaw, Portage la Prairie, Virden, Oak Lake, and Saskatoon. Issued by the Forestry Branch of the Natural Resources Department of "C. P. Ry. Co."

              Krook, G. A. B.
              Item · [after Sep. 1949]
              Part of Prairie Ephemera Collection

              Personal correspondence between Adele Wiseman and Borga Jacobson [née Sigurdson].

              1 postcard addressed to Miss Borga Sigurdson dated September 1949 - Wiseman discusses travels in the United States.
              1 postcard addressed to Dr. and Mrs. Bjarki Jacobson [date illegible; after September 1949] - Wiseman discusses travels in England.
              1 letter addressed to Borga regarding [Wiseman's] friend's daughter's interest in applying to the University of Washington for a Masters of Education and requesting an internship in the Down's Syndrome Program.

              Also includes 1 letter addressed to Dr. and Mrs. B. B. Jacobson, from J. Michael Yates, Acting Editor-in-Chief of Prism International [which encloses a copy of a letter from Adele Wiseman - references Icelandic Canadian poet Stephan G. Stephansson] regarding Icelandic poets in Canada and the translation of contemporary Icelandic poetry.