• Indenture of memorandum of an agreement between S.D. Woodruff and James L. Burton and M. Burton

      1877-07-11
      Indenture of memorandum of an agreement between S.D. Woodruff of St. Catharines and James L. Burton and M. Burton, both of Barrie, trading under the name of Burton and Bro. that Burton and Bro. would buy all the pine timber located in berths 192 and 198. Burton and Bro. agrees to have all timber cut. The agreement is signed by S.D. Woodruff and Burton and Bro. This document is badly burned along the left hand side. This does not affect the text, July 11, 1877.
    • 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 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.