A letter from A.E. Boyle, Secretary of the Winnipeg Board of Trade, to C.J. Brown, City Clerk, containing a resolution passed by the Winnipeg Board of Trade that supports the City's handling of the civic strike.
A letter from the City Clerk's Office to Theo. A. Hunt, City Solicitor, informing him that the settlement was adopted by Council and instructing him to prepare agreements with specific civic employees.
A letter from the City Clerk's Office to J.G. Glassco, Manager of the City Light and Power Department, and Theo A. Hunt, City Solicitor, informing them that Council had come to agreement with striking civic electrical workers.
An agreement approved by Council that accepts the settlement facilitated by the Citizens' Committee of One Hundred, but with the addition that officers of the Fire Department are forbidden from being part of a union.
A letter from the Acting Premier to C.J. Brown, City Clerk, enclosing a letter sent from the Premier to F.G. Tipping, President of the Trades and Labor Council,on May 19, inviting him and his organization to a negotiation meeting.
A letter from J.S. Evans, Executive Secretary of the Winnipeg Real Estate Exchange, to the Mayor and City Council containing resolutions passed by the Winnipeg Real Estate Exchange that support the City's handling of the civic strike.
Letter from J.G. Glassco, Manager of the Light and Power department to the Special Committee on Strike Settlement, regarding his thoughts on what the striking civic employees should agree to to settle the strike.