Records consist of digitized copies of records held by the Winnipeg Police Museum related to the Winnipeg General Strike. These records include correspondence between the Board of Police Commissioners and Police Chiefs Donald MacPherson and Chris Newton, excerpts from the Board of Police Commissioners minute book, and excerpts from the Sargent's Arrest Log.
A letter from A.K. Godfrey, Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Citizen's Committee of One Thousand to the City Clerk's Office containing resolutions passed by the Citizens' Committee on May 24, asking that said resolutions be shared with City Council.
A letter from C.J Brown, City Clerk, to the Mayor and City Council regarding a resolution passed at an informal meeting of Council that stated strikers' positions are to be filled and that each employee be required to sign a pact that they will not engage in sympathetic strike action.
A letter from V.M. McFarlane, Secretary-Treasurer for the Town of Stonewall Manitoba containing resolution passed by Stonewall's Council that other Manitoba municipalities join them in convincing the Provincial government to introduce legislation to limit sympathetic strike action.
A letter from G.S. Wilson, Assistant Secretary of the Union of Canadian Municipalities to Mayor Gray, expressing sympathy for his position during the strike and asking that he attend the Union's conference and share his "experience and wisdom".
A petition, signed by dozens of residents of Winnipeg's Ward 5, requesting that their representatives on City Council, Aldermen John Queen and A.A. Heaps - who were among the strike leaders arrested in the General Strike - be released from prison on bail.
Contains several requests to replace, return, or hand out new special constable badges that gave certain City staff such as inspectors their authority. Note that this does not include the Special Police Constables used during the General Strike.