A captioned photo from the Manitou Western Canadian documenting the move of the McClung house from Manitou to LaRiviere in 1967.
A clipping from the Winnipeg Free Press which names Mark Twain as an influence in McClung's writing.
Letters written to Mary Price regarding a possible engagement and discussing Suffrage movement plans.
An article from the Brandon Sun documenting Nellie McClung's election to the Manitoba Agricultural Hall of Fame.
McClung's story about the Senior Lacrosse team in Manitou - on which Wes played - is combined with historical photos and articles to provide a primary source collection which backs the story. The story itself is found in the MS0010 Nellie McClung Fond at the Royal British Columbia Archive.
News article reminiscing about Nellie McClung and her effect on the author.
A collection of McClung's syndicated columns from the 1940s.
A scrapbook filled with syndicated columns from the daily papers written by Nellie McClung in 1940 and 1941. They contain a wide range of topics including references to the war effort.
The scrapbook collector is unknown.
This scrapbook contains a collection of syndicated articles written by Nellie McClung in 1941 and 1942. Topics are wide ranging with some emphasis on W W 2.
The scrapbook's creator is not known.
Article text and a collection of quotations prepared by the Archibald Historical Museum for use by the Ottawa Citizen and the United Church Observer in recognition of the Centennial of Nellie McClung's birth in 1973.