"Here was an attractive type, sincere, frank, outspoken, doing nothing for show, unselfish, intensely interested in the welfare of women and children, and in civic, industrial and economic betterment. She was a pleasing and brilliant conversationalist, a ready public speaker, simple, clear, direct and convincing, without oratorical flourish. She was a pleasing and brilliant conversationalist, a ready public speaker, simple, clear, direct and convincing, without oratorical flourish. She had no art of coquetry, but did have an engaging friendliness with and sympathy for all kinds of people, and an ease, confidence and simplicity in meeting with others. She asked no favors on the ground of femininity but demanded all the rights of a human being."
"Equal Suffrage Talk by Mrs. M'Culloch...
Interesting and Spicy Address by This Famous Advocate of Votes for Women."
Glencoe Record, June 1, 1912
“ATTRIBUTES WHICH SHE CARRIED AROUND THE WORLD”
she took it, spent it and brought it back,
a very great measure was in her pack.
too many to hastily count,
enough irritations to mount,
she has it for both young and old,
and rectitude regal as gold.
O.K. and judgement quite ripe,
natural – just true to type.
lights her brow like flame.
starts her middle name!
easy to look at, as Portia of yore.
genuine, and true to the core.
of armies that win bloodless wars.
becomes her. Sham she abhors.
friendly, yet full of poise,
to get there without any noise,
and valor, her blood full blue,
strong and witty too,
that frame laughter as well as law,
worn gracefully without any flaw
emblazons her banner and shield,
she champions on every field,
HAIL TO OUR LEADER
our fealty yield!
Ella Seass Stewart
Pamphlet distributed at a celebration for CWM