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McClung - Recalled to Life (1880)

Published by the Manitoba Travel and Convention Association in 1965, this short photo essay summarizes the life and accomplishments of Nellie McClung, one of Canada's foremost suffragists.

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    McClung - Stamp issued -1973 (1973)

    Communication '73 published this article regarding the issuing of the stamp commemorating the centennial of Nellie McClung's birth in 1973.

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      McClung - Statue or Bust - Redekop (2000)

      An article regarding the installation of the McClung bust in front ot the Manitou Opera House.

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        McClung - The Fighting Days - at the Manitou Opera House

        Reviews of the Winnipeg performance used as promotional material for the Manitou Show.

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          McClung - The Nellie McClung Concert Reciter (1910)

          Selections from Nellie McClung's "The Second Chance" for use by participants in WCTU speaking competitions.

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            McClung - Valley Leader Tribute to Women (1980)

            Selections from a special edition of the Carman Valley Leader celebrating women.

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              McClung - VRBCA Social Campaigns 1945-50 (1945)

              A collection of articles specific to temperance and other social issues which McClung collected in her scrapbooks. These are currently a part of the MS0010 Nellie McClung Fond at the Royal British Columbia Archive

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                McClung - VRBCA - 1894-1901 Diary (1894)

                This diary contains remarks concerning Nellie McClung's day to day thoughts and goals. 

                The original document can be found in the Royal British Columbia Archive.

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                  McClung - VRBCA - 1899 - The Bicycle Belle (1899)

                  McClung wrote many first drafts of her articles and stories in scribblers. Some scribblers hold partial drafts of several stories. On occasion, McClung would write only on the right side of the page, then turn the scribbler over and write another story starting from the back of the scribbler; thus having two stories on subsequent pages, up side down from each other. We have tried to sort stories into their own linear narrative.

                  The original document can be found in the Royal British Columbia Archive.

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                    McClung - VRBCA - 1899 to 1901 Town & Country Interviews (1898)

                    Nellie McClung conducted interviews with numerous local businessmen in preparation for an article which was to be published in an issue of 'Town & Country' a publication which never did get to print.

                    The original document can be found in the Royal British Columbia Archive.

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