*Beltline (Connaught)... Nellie McClung House. This Tudor Revival house was home to Nellie McClung—writer, legislator, temperance leader and women's rights advocate—from 1923 to 1932. She was one of the "Famous Five" women who petitioned for the word "Person" in the British North American Act to include females, thereby allowing women to be appointed to the Senate... Photo by: BillLongstaff, via Flickr
Beltline (Connaught), Calgary This 1908 American Colonial Revival style house was built in what was at the time one of Calgary's most prestigious neighbourhoods. Its neighbours include the Lougheed Residence and the exclusive Ranchmen's Club.