This scribbler contains a series of speeches which seem to be the opening arguments for a series of debates. Their topics are varied, but one is on the issue of Suffrage for Women. They were written in 1914 and 1915, just before the granting of suffrage in Manitoba.
This article recognizes the importance of the restoration and preservation work undertaken by the Wallcraft Family in order to preserve the Hasselfield Log House and the McClung House. The article includes photos and several brochures produced for distribution to visitors to the houses while they were at the Museum.
Published in the Victoria Times Colonist, this reminiscence by a niece of Nellie McClung recalls her experience of hearing Nellie McClung in her role as Premier Roblin during the Mock Parliament performance at the Walker Theatre.