Nellie McClung’s Brother, William Mooney

Photo and description from page 11 of the "Souvenir Photo Summary of the Colored Dramatique Presesentation 'Recalled to Life'" As Presented by M.J.G. McMullen

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McClung Home in Manitou, Manitoba

This was the house where Nellie McClung began her writing career. She wrote her first book, “Sowing Seeds in Danny,” followed by “The Second Chance.”

Photo and description from page 14 of the "Souvenir Photo Summary of the Colored Dramatique Presesentation 'Recalled to Life'" As Presented by M.J.G. McMullen

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McClung Home in Calgary, Alberta

This is the house in Calgary, the McClungs moved into, when they relocated in the fall of 1914.

Photo and description from page 14 of the "Souvenir Photo Summary of the Colored Dramatique Presesentation 'Recalled to Life'" As Presented by M.J.G. McMullen

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First Board of CBC Broadcast Governors (1936-1942)

Photo and description from page 16 of the "Souvenir Photo Summary of the Colored Dramatique Presesentation 'Recalled to Life'" As Presented by M.J.G. McMullen

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McClung family in Manitou

Photo and description from page 16 of the "Souvenir Photo Summary of the Colored Dramatique Presesentation 'Recalled to Life'" As Presented by M.J.G. McMullen

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McClung Home in Victoria, BC – “Lantern Lane”

Photo and description from page 19 of the "Souvenir Photo Summary of the Colored Dramatique Presesentation 'Recalled to Life'" As Presented by M.J.G. McMullen

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Nellie McClung and Family

The whole McClung family poses for a photograph.

Photo and description from page 19 of the "Souvenir Photo Summary of the Colored Dramatique Presesentation 'Recalled to Life'" As Presented by M.J.G. McMullen

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Mounted Plaque in the Ante Chamber of the Senate in Ottawa

A plaque commemorates the efforts of women, including Nellie, in the fight for women in Canada.

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Nellie McClung in her later years

Photo from the Winnipeg Free Press, September 26, 1964

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Nellie McClung at home with her library of books

Photo from the Winnipeg Free Press, September 26, 1964

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