A collection of sketches by Dixon from the time he was in Millford, Manitoba and in other areas of the province.
A collection of documents and photographs of the Hasselfield and Carter families. Nellie McClung boarded with the Hasselfields in the Hazel district when she came to Manitou to teach in 1890. Nellie and Clara were lifelong friends.
A letter of corroberation written by a member of the Hasselfield family confirming that the log house known now as Hazel Cottage is in fact the building in which Nellie McClung boarded when she came to teach at Hazel School in 1890.
Hazel School District's Football team won the Rogers' Cup in 1901. Among the players were Frank and Percy Hasselfield, whom Nellie McClung came to know well since she boarded with their family when she came to teach at Hazel School in 1890.
Booklet published by Manitoba Culture, Heritage and Recreation, Historic Resources Branch.
Please recognize the attitudes expressed in these bulletins may not reflect current attitudes.
A survey history of the organization.
This series of documents provides background on the Manitou Gas Company as well as on its dissolution after electricity was brought to town. R W McClung was one of the major investors.
Contains a collection of news articles and posters concerning a hundred years of performances at Manitou's Opera Houses.
This 1905 brochure, published while Wes McClung was on the town council, provides background information on the town and municipality as well as space for many advertisements for local merchants.
A short history of the telephone exchange in Manitou with reference to the original subscribers. The MTS Archive has also donated a 1908 box telephone to the Nellie McClung Heritage Site.