A Pencil Sketch of Nellie McClung’s Childhood Home

Photo and description from page 10 of the "Souvenir Photo Summary of the Colored Dramatique Presesentation 'Recalled to Life'" As Presented by M.J.G. McMullen

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Historic Marker where Nellie McClung was born

Historic Marker in the Garafraxa Road, where Nellie McClung was born

Photo and description from page 10 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’s Final Resting Place

Photo and description from page 15 of the "Souvenir Photo Summary of the Colored Dramatique Presentation 'Recalled to Life'" As Presented by M.J.G. McMullen

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Map of “The Nellie McClung Country”

This map shows the outline of the area in south-central Manitoba that Nellie McClung focused on early in her career.

Photo and description from page 18 of the "Souvenir Photo Summary of the Colored Dramatique Presentation 'Recalled to Life'" As Presented By M.J.G. McMullen

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Nellie McClung in Alberta – 1910-1918

Photo with permission of Glenbow Archives (NA-273-2)

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Members of the Men’s and Women’s Canadian Clubs in front of Palliser Hotel, Calgary, Alberta

British suffragette, Mrs. Emily Pankhurst, spoke about the war at a luncheon presided over by A.S. Nimmo who is on her right; Mrs. R.R. Jamieson is on her left. Nellie McClung is behind her. Sue Cartwright, front row, second from right, Percival J. Timms, third from right. Isaac G. Ruttle, second row, second from right. See The Morning Albertan and Calgary Daily Herald for June 13, 1916.

Photo with permission of Glenbow Archives (NA-1447-20)

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Nellie McClung writing at her desk (1910-1918)

Photo with permission of Glenbow Archives (NA-1641-1)

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Nellie McClung with Mrs. Holling and Elvira K. Brown

Nellie McClung in the centre. Elvira Brown was the first female member of the Winnipeg School Board.

 

Photo and description with permission from Glenbow Archives (NA-4542-28)

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Nellie McClung – 1892

Photo with permission of Glenbow Archives (NA-5032-1)

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