• Letter to Burton and Bro. which is unsigned from St. Catharines [from S.D. Woodruff]

      1878-04-08
      Letter (1 double sided page) to Burton and Bro. which is unsigned from St. Catharines [from S.D. Woodruff] stating that he will be in Barrie. There is a discussion about the limits and the timber being cut, Apr. 8, 1878.
    • Letter to John F. Day from S.D. Woodruff

      Woodruff, S.D. (1880-08-23)
      Letter to John F. Day from S.D. Woodruff in which he states that he would not think of having Burton perform a service for him again, Aug. 23, 1880.
    • Letter to S.D. Woodruff from Burton and Bro.

      Burton and Bro. (1878-04-02)
      Letter (1 ½ pages) to S.D. Woodruff from Burton and Bro. saying that the best time to see the trees that are suitable for timber is spring. They say that they will send a statement as soon as they receive the specifications, Apr. 2, 1878.
    • Letter to S.D. Woodruff from Burton and Bro.

      Burton and Bro. (1877-11-01)
      Letter to S.D. Woodruff from Burton and Bro. noting that they will make alterations in the culler’s declaration, Nov. 1, 1877.
    • Letter to S.D. Woodruff from Burton and Bro.

      Burton and Bro. (1878-04-18)
      Letter to S.D. Woodruff from Burton and Bro. stating that they should be ready to go by May 1st and will make an affidavit of measurement, Apr. 18, 1878.
    • Letter to S.D. Woodruff from John F. Day

      Day, John F. (1880-07-26)
      Letter to S.D. Woodruff from John F. Day stating that it is impossible for him to go into the woods regarding the pine in dispute. He says that Mr. Woodruff appears to ignore (or forget) that the inspection could be made by Mr. Day’s son and that proposition was agreeable to Mr. Woodruff. He says that he will (with Burton and Bro.’s consent) appoint someone who is unknown to both Mr. Woodruff and Burton and Bro. This is a 1 page handwritten letter written on a letter which was previously sent by S.D. Woodruff on May 8. This is accompanied by an envelope, July 26, 1880.
    • Letter to S.D. Woodruff from R. J. Thompson

      Thompson, R.J. (1880-02-19)
      Letter (1 double sided page and a half, handwritten) to S.D. Woodruff from R. J. Thompson who claims that he was not paid what he was owed by Burton. He is now foreman for McArthur Bros. and used to be the foreman for Burton Bros. He says that he will be in St. Catharines and will call and see Mr. Woodruff, Feb. 19, 1880.
    • Letter to S.D. Woodruff from R.J.T. [R.J. Thompson]

      Thompson, R.J. (1880-07-26)
      Letter (1 ½ pages, handwritten) to S.D. Woodruff from R.J.T. [R.J. Thompson]. Mr. Thompson says that his wife doesn’t want him to have anything to do with this job. He says he will send 2 men and pay their expenses. He also says that he would not like to appear in court against Burton, but if Mr. Woodruff cannot prove his claim, then Mr. Thompson will appear, July 26, 1880.
    • Printed Blank by which John Brown Cullen solemnly declares that he is experienced in the art of measuring and culling timber

      1877-10-22
      Printed blank by which John Brown Cullen solemnly declares that he is experienced in the art of measuring and culling timber. He states that he is entering into the service of Burton and Bro. of Barrie He will make out the specification of the timber in berths 192 and 198 and submit his findings to Burton and Brother, Oct. 22, 1877.