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We are very interested in receiving items for use in our educational archive.
We are currently looking for stories, letters, photos, artifacts (i.e. vintage posters, newspaper articles, etc.) on Nellie McClung, the women’s movement, suffragists, the temperance movement, women’s rights milestones and victories.
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Women are going to form a chain, a greater sisterhood than the world has ever known.
Nellie McClung, 1916
Source: Candace Savage. Our Nell: A Scrapbook Biography of Nellie L. McClung. p.124. 1979 Also http://library2.usask.ca/herstory/nellie.htmlDetails
That seems to be the haunting fear of mankind–that the advancement of women will sometime, someway, someplace, interfere with some man’s comfort.
Nellie McClung, 1915
Source: Nellie McClung. In Times Like These. p. 32 1972edition. Also http://library2.usask.ca/herstory/cartoo.htmlDetails