• Letter in reply to F. Lalor from S.D. Woodruff

      Woodruff, S.D. (1856-12-10)
      Letter in reply to F. Lalor from S.D. Woodruff regarding the changes to the pay roll (2 page, handwritten), Dec. 10, 1856.
    • Letter to Archibald Hutchison from S.D. Woodruff

      Woodruff, S.D. (1858-06-16)
      Letter to Archibald Hutchison from S.D. Woodruff regarding distances and lengths of the road, June 16, 1858.
    • Letter to G. Rykert from S.D. Woodruff

      Woodruff, S.D. (1854-05-27)
      Letter to G. Rykert from S.D. Woodruff stating that he is enclosing a pay roll voucher for engineers employed on the Port Dalhousie and Thorold Railway, May 27, 1854.
    • Letter to James Ingersoll from S.D. Woodruff

      Woodruff, S.D. (1857-05-11)
      Letter to James Ingersoll from S.D. Woodruff asking for pay roll accounts for items such as nails and lumber for repairs to cattle guards and fencing. This letter is accompanied by an envelope and it is on “Engineer Department” letterhead, May 11, 1857.
    • Letter to Mr. F. Lake from S.D. Woodruff

      Woodruff, S.D. (1856-10-25)
      Letter to Mr. F. Lake from S.D. Woodruff stating that he would like to close up all expenses connected with the Port Dalhousie Thorold Railway this month, Oct. 25, 1856.
    • Letter to Mr. Ingersoll, secretary of the Port Dalhousie and Thorold Railway from S.D. Woodruff

      Woodruff, S.D. (1856-12-04)
      Letter to Mr. Ingersoll, secretary of the Port Dalhousie and Thorold Railway from S.D. Woodruff regarding a letter from F. Lalor on the 25th of October which is about claims of expenses, Dec. 4, 1856.
    • Letter to William Hamilton Merritt from S.D. Woodruff

      Woodruff, S.D. (1854-03-07)
      Letter in which S.D. Woodruff suggests that the proposed road be constructed upon the line as suggested and laid down upon the map. He also suggests that George Rykert be engaged to survey the land. The letter is addressed to William Hamilton Merritt, Mar. 7, 1854.
    • Letter to William Hamilton Merritt from S.D. Woodruff

      Woodruff, S.D. (1854-03-13)
      Letter which S.D. Woodruff writes to William Hamilton Merritt about the length of the railway from Port Dalhousie to the Great Western Railway. He says that the distance is 6 miles. From Port Dalhousie to St. Catharines there will 4 miles of rail required for a single track, Mar. 13, 1854.