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Correspondence from Department of Soldiers' Civil Re-Establishment

Reads "Dear Hanean, I was pleased to receive your letter a few days ago. I was wondering what had become of you. However I'm glad to see that you are well. I'm pretty fair myself. I am now time keeper at the Werpl here… after so you'll see it keep me pretty busy. I've just finished my monthly report in February which goes to Ottawa. We are still pretty busy. I do not know how long the job will last. I'm sure I suppose. There will be something doing while this parliament is in session, did you get my stuff from Montreal... 2 bottles and have still 5 1/2 bottles which I'm saving for an emergency... I shall be glad to punish a couple with you. I get off Saturday or anytime be sure and call at the dept Allan Bldg Comen Simcoe and Peal St. Room 23 third floor. Things are very quiet around town to these days. The only place to go in the Shea Heppdron. I sure agree with you that if one kid is enough these times wish my pension and savings I daw about $180 a month and is about all I can do to come out even. Say chap what are you doing... so money dogs are you gaming in fur breeding dofs. This must cost you quite a sum to feed them. I should like to run down some weekend and will try to do so when I am sure about getting on time as if not necessary that she... work day as luck have to... I shall let you know where I can come down and be sure and give me a tip when you are able to come up so that I can meet you.... you and family the best of luck and prosperity... Your old friend Herman".

Correspondence from HW Sheridan

Mentions making "a shipment of 3 Airedale puppies to Atlantic and Pacific Birds Co. …This was treated as open shipment upon arriving in Chicago". Also mentions being short of change.

Correspondence from "Morgan and Co."

Letter template reads: "Megan and Co., Laboratories on New York". Reads "Dear friend; we take this opportunity to bring to your attention "Dejein" Canine Destemper Compound, a remedy unequalled for dog distemper. When used at the onset of this disease, "Dejein" is or specific that cuts and shortens the attack... Distemper is very contagious and is due to a gene negative germ extremely small in size. When the disease is a generalized blood poisoning... Dejein directly attacks the germs anywhere in the system by preventing their multiplication, destroying germs themselves, by neutralizing their poisons, thus bringing about recovery". Continues to talk more about "Dejein" remedy, mentions it is certifiably backed. Explains the "care of Distempered Dog: Allow an abundance of fresh air and sunlight; house in a temperature between 60-70 degrees; avoid forced feeding; give frequently a small quantity of heated milk and lime water..." According to letter, dogs "take Dejein readily, it settles the stomach and stops vomiting".

Correspondence from Sid Perkins

Letter from a "Sid Perkins" in Toronto. Mention sender will "be glad if you send me a copy of Rock by Ranger's Pedigree".

Correspondence from Sid Perkins

Letter from a "Sid Perkins" in Toronto. Mentions a "certain game bitch" and how good she is. Bottom portion ripped off.

Cue Card: "To W.H. Hutchison"

Addressed to a Mr. W.H. Hutchison at 32 Oshawa ON. Reads "Mr. Hutchison…. Please give me… description of your finance…". Signed from a "Jos M. Hunt" from Ohio. Top corner has a Jefferson postage stamp.

Final Klonvocation Bulletin

Titled "Final Klonvocation Bulletin", addressing "all Klansmen and Klanswomen". According to the bulleting, the Klonvocation committee is making its final arrangement for the Klonvocation on Jan 17 and 18 at a hall on 22 College Street just west of Yonge St. Starting at 10:30am, everyone must show their national pass card or have their Imperial dues to gain access. Each Klan of the Knights or Ladies of the Ku Klux Klan of Canada is entitled to one delegate, a "Kleeper", for the first 100 members, and an extra Kleeper for each 100 above that. First business will be the election of an Imperial Wizard, who will then to elect remaining members, then to determine who be elected to Cabinet. The ladies will do the same but in a different room in the same building, as well as adopt a Constitution. Document signed by the Special Klonvocation Committee.

Funeral Ceremony for All Departed Klansmen and Klanswomen

Titled "Funeral Ceremony for All Departed Klansmen and Klanswomen". Reads First, all those who participate in the ceremony must be robed; Two, those in the procession must make and hold the sign of "Klan Loyalty", or the sign of the Quadrate, which is also the sign of Klannishness; Three, they must march in single file to the grave, whereby t he Exalted Cyclops will end and carry the mounted flag, followed by the Kludd carrying a Bible opened at Romans 12th Chapter, followed by the Klaliff holding the Fiery Cross, followed by the Klonkard carrying an unsheathed sword, which he carries in "perpendicular salute, point upward, and directly in front of him"; Four, the procession will march slowly around the grave twice, stopping so the Kludd is directly at head of the grave, and the presiding Kludd, or Minister, will direct time of lowering casket or filling grave; Five, stand quietly and hold sign of Klan Loyalty with heads bowed, where the Kludd will read Romans 12, 1-8, and all will say "Non Silba Sed Anthar" at the end; Six, in a "slow solemn voice", will recite "God give us men", then the Cyclops will say in a "slow deep voice", "Faithful Klansmen and Klanswomen, just such a man has gone from us to join the Invisible Host beyond ... God be praised for him"; Seven, sing "Nearer my God to Thee"; Eight, the Kludd will lead in prayer and conclude with Amen; Nine, led by the Kludd, the Quadrate will face the flag and salute and will "make sign of Fiery Cross as they face it", then return back to the grave and raise their left hand to salute to the grave, saying in unison "Farewell, brother Klansmen, rest in peace until the resurrection morning"; Ten, Led by the Kludd, then the E.C., Klaliff, and Klokard, they will step to grave and put a "red flower" down, "symbolic of sacrifice", and all others will do the same and place "white flowers", "symbolic of purity", then all bow and make a sign of Quadrate for a moment of silence; Eleven, setting the flag fat the very edge of grave corner, and the Fiery Cross at the other edge, the Kludd will raise his left hand over the grace and say "And now may the God of all grace, who brought forth from the tomb our Lord Jesus Christ, who is the resurrection and the Life, be, and abide with you all, now and forever more, Amen"; Twelve, after the Amen, the E.C. will lead the procession from the grace in same manner he led them to the grave. Notes at the end that all robing and disrobing "must be done out of sight of all spectators".

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