A letter from J.H. Blackwood, Secretary of the Public Parks Board, to Arthur Dickson, informing him that the General Strike has made it difficult to give him advanced notice about interment at Brookside Cemetery.
A letter from J.H. Blackwood, secretary of the Public Parks Board, to D.C. White, Assiniboine Park Constable, informing him of the Park Board’s decision requiring him, as an employee, to sign a loyalty pledge (sometimes called the “Slave Pact”) stating that he will not engage in strike action.
A letter from J.H. Blackwood, Secretary of the Public Parks Board, to N. Shaw, President of the Retail and Wholesale Clerks Association, regarding a request by the latter to use Kildonan Park to sell food and drinks to benefit women whom the strike left unemployed.
A letter from J.H. Blackwood, Secretary of the Public Parks Board, to W. Travers Sweatman, member of the Citizens’ Committee of One Thousand, appraising him of the former’s request for better policing in City parks.
A bound collection of communications sent by the Parks Board to various recipients between December, 1918, and May, 1920. A recipient index is attached in the back. Individual pages are on thin, semi-transparent paper.
Memo from G. Champion, Superintendent of the Public Parks Board, to Theo. A. Hunt, City Solicitor, containing information for the Robson investigation into the General Strike, including information on re-employment, intimidation, and causes of the strike.