Forms part of Fonds 1. Series consists of correspondence files from the Mayor's office for the years 1912-1971. Subject matters range from city services, city committees and departments, and matters relating to governance of the city, to cultural activities and groups, sporting events, animals, and a number of other subjects.
An extract from minutes of Council on May 13, 1918, specifically that of the report delivered by A.W. Puttee, Chairman of the Special Committee on Strike Settlement after having been amended to prevent civic employees from being able to strike.
File pertaining to the General Strike of 1919, including records from various origins sent to or from the Mayor's office relating either to the strike itself or its fallout. Included are letters from citizens commending or condemning the City's actions during the strike.
Subseries consists of portraits of the Mayors of Winnipeg. They are of various sizes, generally 30-50 inches by 30-50 inches. The portraits began to be painted in 1902 and were subsequently painted as each Mayor sat in office.The first 29 portraits were painted by V.A. Long. The rest were painting by various artists.
A letter from A.W. McLimont, Vice President and General Manager of the Winnipeg Electric Railway Company, to C.J. Brown, City Clerk, informing him that actions have been taken to resume sreetcar service, as directed by City Council.
A report submitted for Major R.H. Bingham, Officer in Charge of the Special Police that were active during the General Strike. The report lists numbers of Special Constables, the companies they were divided into, where said companies were placed, and who led them.
A letter from Arthur Brown on behalf of Major R.H. Bingham, Officer in Charge of Special Constables, to Mayor Gray, informing him that B. Hardy, a Special Constable, was injured during the violence on June 10.
A letter from Arthur Brown on behalf of Major R.H. Bingham, Officer in Charge of Special Constables, to Mayor Gray, informing him that Sargent Coppins of the Special Mounted Police, was injured during the violence on June 10.