This fonds consists of an original letter written in 1894 by John William Clutton to a friend in England, who had shipped a potato-tilling plough to Mr. Clutton. The letter recounts pioneer life and farming in the Beaumont area. It includes references to ‘Gough’, a young man whom Clutton had recruited from England for help and Sandy Lake. There are also 2 typed transcripts of the original letter.
This series contains reports from committees on finance and budget, economic affairs, legislative matters, utilities, and engineering. It also contains correspondence with the City Commissioners on proposals, answers to inquiries, and reports.