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McClung - Historic Resources Branch 1985 (1880)

A revision of the 1981 pamphlet documenting the life and legacy of Nellie McClung prepared by the Historic Resources Branch in 1985.


    McClung - Historical Resources Branch 1981 (1880)

    A pamphlet on the life and legacy of Nellie McClung prepared by the Historical Resources Branch in 1981.


      McClung - House Move 1967 (1967)

      A captioned photo from the Manitou Western Canadian documenting the move of the McClung house from Manitou to LaRiviere in 1967.


        McClung - Influential Winnipeg Women (1880)

        A clipping from the Winnipeg Free Press which names Mark Twain as an influence in McClung's writing.


          McClung - Letters to Mary Price 1914 (1914)

          Letters written to Mary Price regarding a possible engagement and discussing Suffrage movement plans.


            McClung - Manitoba Agricultural Hall of Fame

            An article from the Brandon Sun documenting Nellie McClung's election to the Manitoba Agricultural Hall of Fame.


              McClung - Manitou - Lacrosse Country (1890)

              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.


                McClung - McMorran Memories of Nellie L. McClung (1960)

                News article reminiscing about Nellie McClung and her effect on the author.


                  McClung - Nellie McClung Says - ca 1940

                  A collection of McClung's syndicated columns from the 1940s.


                    McClung - Nellie McClung Says - Scrapbook #1 (1940)

                    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.


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