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Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Frederick W. Kruse

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Vice President Roosevelt regrets not being able to have lunch with Justice Kruse, Secretary Root, and Dr. McBurney. He wasn't able to see Mr. Franchot and sends his regards through Kruse.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Dinners and dining; Wilcox, Ansley, 1856-1930; Root, Elihu, 1845-1937

Date: 1901-09-09

Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Montgomery Schuyler

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Vice President Roosevelt is staying at the home of Ansley Wilcox and would be pleased to meet Mr. Bell at that location. Roosevelt believes that President McKinley will recover quickly from the assassination attempt.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Meetings; Presidents--Assassination attempts; Presidents--Health; McKinley, William, 1843-1901; Wilcox, Ansley, 1856-1930

Date: 1901-09-09

Buffalo Morning Express, Vol. LVI, No. 204, September 9, 1901

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Buffalo Morning Express, Vol. LVI, No. 204, September 9, 1901, p. 1-14 (complete):

Page 1: Banner headline: M'Kinley's Recovery is Expected - Full page article about McKinley's condition and medical care, Mrs. McKinley and development in the criminal investigation (cont. on page 2)

Page 2: - "Cheery Day" - Reports of people who visited the Milburn house including Theodore Roosevelt

Page 3: - "Emma Goldman" - Investigation is the possible connection between Czolgosz and other anarchists; also has details of Czolgosz's condition in jail - "Police are Digging" - Possible accomplice Demski - "Czolgosz Has No Lawyer" - Retracts previous article - "Sympathy of Rulers" - Text of messages from world leaders

Page 4: - "Roosevelt at Church" - Roosevelt attended services at the First Presbyterian Church; also includes excerpts of other sermons at local churches

Page 6: - Short editorials including some about McKinley and Czolgosz

Page 8: - "Telephones in Demand" - Praise of the phone company for meeting the demand - "Day of Thanksgiving" - Celebrations of the President's recovery planned during Railroad Day - "Flower Shows" - Upcoming shows at the Pan Am - "This Week at the Fair" - Special days for the upcoming week at the Pan Am - "From Rhode Island" - Arrival of the governor for Rhode Island Day - "Today's Programme" - Schedule of events at the Pan Am

Page 9: - "Morning's Mail" - Letters to the editor, some about McKinley

Page 12: - "Last Week's Market" - Summarizing the effects of the President's shooting

Resource Type: Newspaper

Subject: Pan-American Exposition; Presidents--Assassination; American newspapers; McKinley, William, 1843-1901; McKinley, Ida Saxton, 1847-1907; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919; Hanna, Marcus Alonzo, 1837-1904; Wilcox, Ansley, 1856-1930; Goldman, Emma, 1869-1940

Date: 1901-09-09

Buffalo Courier, Vol. LXVI, No. 257, Extra!, September 14, 1901

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Page 1: Banner headline: M'Kinley is Dead!/Roosevelt is Hurrying to City - Black and white portrait of McKinley, framed in black. Caption: William McKinley/The Third Martyred President - "Anxious Hours at the Milburn Home" - Detailed account of McKinley's last day (cont. on pages 2 & 5) - "Mrs. M'Kinley in a Serious Way" - Speculation that Mrs. McKinley is in critical condition - "Bulletins of Night Tell Story of the Death of President" - Official bulletins from 6:20 p.m. to 2:55 a.m. (cont. on page 5)

Page 2: Banner headline: His Pulse Beats Cease but Heary Pulsates for Hours and Life Remains - "Chicago Case is Put Off" - Case against anarchists - "M'Kinley Dead was Wired Too Soon" - "Reduced Attendance" - Daily figures for each gate from the Pan Am

Page 3: Banner headline: M'Kinley Death Means Roosevelt/Is President of the United States - "Roosevelt's Career One of Strenuous Action" - Biography of Theodore Roosevelt [photograph of Theodore Roosevelt and his family] - "Lunatic Would Kill Roosevelt" - Article about arrest of man in New York City that threatened to kill Roosevelt - "Pastor's Tribute to the President" - choir service at Grace M. E. Church to include "Lead, Kindly Light" - "Central Railway Club Adopts Resolution" - Central Railway condemns shooting of McKinley and calls on government to take action to prevent future assassinations - "Some of the Midway Shows Were Closed" - Midway shows closed after premature reports of McKinley's death - "Roosevelt Is Rushing from the Adirondacks" - details of Theodore Roosevelt's journey to Buffalo [portrait photograph of Theodore Roosevelt] - "Local Friends of Goldman Found?" - Details of Emma Goldman's visit to the Pan Am - "Cleveland Hears of the Bad News" - Comments of Grover Cleveland on McKinley's death - "Another Romance" - Story of a couple that broke up years ago, met again at the Pan Am and were then married

Page 4: Banner headline: President M'Kinley's Life Grand Successful/Both As a Man and as a Sound Statesman - "Detailed Events in the Life of Wm. M'Kinley From Birth to His Election as President" [Drawing of "Harrison Grey Otis and Newspaper Men at Milburn Home] - "Mrs. M'Kinley Her Husband's Solace" - Article about the McKinley marriage - "Capt. Wisser's Report on the Actions of His Men" - Account of events surrounding the shooting of McKinley - "Statements of Dr. M'Burney on His Arrival" - Remarks of doctor as he arrived at the Milburn House on September 13 - "Reports of Death Causes Excitement" - Short article on the reaction to McKinley's death at the New York Central depot.

Page 5: Banner headline: He Lapses into Unconsciousness and Passes Peacefully Away - "Bulletins of the Day" - Official bulletins from 9 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. - "Large Crowd Waits in Dread" - Crowds outside the Courier's offices - "Everybody at Exposition Interested" - Reaction of the Pan Am to news on McKinley's condition

Page 6: - Editorials with some concerning McKinley

Page 8: - "Tried to Dynamite Priest" - Rumor about Czolgosz - "No Spark of Pity in Her Breast" - Emma Goldman - "Railroad Day Postponed"

Page 10: - "Great Shock Sad News Produced" - Response of U.S. and world financial markets to the President's decline

Resource Type: Newspaper

Subject: Pan-American Exposition; Presidents--Assassination; American newspapers; McKinley, William, 1843-1901; McKinley, Ida Saxton, 1847-1907; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919; Wilcox, Ansley, 1856-1930; Czolgosz, Leon F., 1873?-1901; Goldman, Emma, 1869-1940

Date: 1901-09-14

Buffalo Evening News, Vol. XLII, No. 133, 5 O'Clock/Extra Edition, September 14, 1901

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Buffalo Evening News, Vol. XLII, No. 133, 5 O'clock/Extra Edition, September 14, 1901, pg. 1-10 (complete):

Page 1: Banner headlines: M'Kinley's Death Direct Result of Assassin's Bullet/Pres't Roosevelt Arrived Shortly After Noon Today - "Autopsy Was Performed on the President's Body at the Milburn Home This Afternoon" - Tentative plans for the funeral; detailed description of the people going into and out of the Milburn house - "Emma Goldman Spirited Away From the Mob" - Moved after news of McKinley's death - "Justice John R. Hazel to Administer the Oath of Office This Afternoon" - Theodore Roosevelt's arrival in Buffalo and dispatches dealing with his route to Buffalo (cont. on page 7) - "Railroad Day" - People disappointed that the Pan Am was closed - "Buffalo Now a Monument of Mourning" - Black decorations going up around the city - "Exposition Opens Again Monday" - Official announcement that the Pan Am would be closed Saturday and Sunday - "Goldman May Yet Be Brought to Buffalo" - Police detective investigating in Cleveland to see if he can tie Goldman to Czolgosz

Page 2: - "William McKinley Is Dead" - Editorial against anarchists - "Mr. Penney and the Anarchists" - Editorial advocating that District Attorney Penney bring charges against Emma Goldman in the assassination of McKinley - "President Roosevelt" - Editorial on what type of President Roosevelt would be - Various reactions from around the world to McKinley's death and on anarchism

Page 4: - "Theodore Roosevelt The New President of the United States" - Biography of Roosevelt and his family

Page 5: - "M'Kinley's Death Calm and Peaceful" - The last hours of McKinley's life - "Evidence of Conspiracy" - Details that point to a conspiracy among the anarchists to kill McKinley - "Crowds in Chicago Sang and Prayed" - At the news of McKinley's death - "All Exchanges Closed Today"

Page 6: - "Great Shock to Officials in Washington" - Reaction of Cabinet members and others including William Jennings Bryan to McKinley's death - "Emma Goldman Calmly Said, 'Very Sorry,'" - Details of the reaction against anarchism

Page 7: - "No Extra Session of Congress" - Report that the Cabinet members will wait until after the funeral to resign and that a special session of Congress isn't necessary - "Many Government Officials Here" - Names and where they are staying - "Injunction Against Exposition Company" - Complaint by the Buffalo Concessions Co. against the Pan Am Expo Co. about the right to sell soft drinks on the Pan Am grounds - "Special Trains Speeded from All Directions" - Article about various statesman and physicians that were hurrying to Buffalo - "Coroner Believed President Dead" - Explanation behind the premature report of McKinley's death - "Gov. Odell Starts at Once for Buffalo" - Statement by New York State Governor - "Czolgosz Will Be Prosecuted Without Delay" - How the case against Czolgosz will proceed - "Every Flag at Half Mast and Buildings Closed" - Closing of the Pan Am

Page 8: - "Flags of All Nations at Half Mast" - Reactions from Paris, London, and cities in Canada - "Assassin Still Confined in the Police Dungeon" - Dispels rumors that Czolgosz had been moved - "Deep Sorrow for Dead President" - Reaction of the city to McKinley's death - "Is Heralding Leon Czolgosz as Great Hero" - Anarchist newspaper praises Czolgosz and explains why his actions were justified - "Whole Nation Mourns for Stricken Chief" - Scenes from around the United States

Page 9: - "Angry Crowds Gather Around Police Station" - Scene outside where Czolgosz was being held - "Soldiers Were Prepared For Any Trouble" - Detailed what arrangements had been made to protect Czolgosz - "Anarchists Must Be Driven From This Country" - Anti-anarchist reaction in the Polish community

Resource Type: Newspaper

Subject: Pan-American Exposition; Presidents--Assassination; American newspapers; McKinley, William, 1843-1901; McKinley, Ida Saxton, 1847-1907; Czolgosz, Leon F., 1873?-1901; Penney, Thomas; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919; Wilcox, Ansley, 1856-1930; Odell, Benjamin B. (Benjamin Barker), 1854-1926

Date: 1901-09-14

Buffalo Morning Express, Vol. LVI, No. 211, September 17, 1901

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Buffalo Morning Express, Vol. LVI, No. 211, September 17, 1901, p. 1-12 (complete):

Page 1: - "Czolgosz Was Mute" - Article about the grand jury testimony, indictment and arraignment of Czolgosz (cont. on page 3) - "Judge Titus Unwilling" - Statement that he doesn't want to be named as Czolgosz's attorney - "Wait for the Analysis" - Surgeons unconvinced that the bullet that killed McKinley was poisoned - "Buffalo Men Thanked" - Representatives of Buffalo on the train to Washington thanked by Theodore Roosevelt - "Where Lincoln Lay" - Article about the trip from the train to the White House (cont. on page 2)

Page 2: - "Crowds at Every Station" - Train trip from Buffalo to Washington - "In the Nation's Capital" - Scene of people departing from the train - "Buffalo's Sad Farewell" - Escort of McKinley's body from the Milburn house to the train station - "At the Milburn House" - Scene of people leaving the Milburn house and Roosevelt's departure from the Wilcox house

Page 3: - "Sympathy of Nations" - Text of condolences from around the world - "Cusack Took Him Alone" - Removal of Czolgosz from police headquarters to the Erie County Penitentiary

Page 4: - "Morning's Mail" - Letters to the editor, mostly about McKinley's death

Page 6: - Short editorials and news items, some about McKinley

Page 7: - Half page advertisement for Grand Army Day (September 17) at the Pan Am

Resource Type: Newspaper

Subject: Pan-American Exposition; Presidents--Assassination; Presidents--Inauguration; American newspapers; Ansley Wilcox House (Buffalo, N.Y.); McKinley, William, 1843-1901; Czolgosz, Leon F., 1873?-1901; Penney, Thomas; Titus, Robert C.; Lewis, Loran C.; McKinley, Ida Saxton, 1847-1907; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919; Wilcox, Ansley, 1856-1930

Date: 1901-09-17

Favors the canteen

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Newspaper article detailing the proceedings of a meeting of the American Public Health Association. Captain Munson delivered a speech calling for the return of the army canteen and the following general discussion was also favorable. Dr. Greenleaf spoke on sanitary conditions in the Philippines and Ansley Wilcox delivered the official welcome.

Resource Type: Newspaper article

Subject: Public health--Congresses; Public health administration; Speeches, addresses, etc.; Canteens (Establishments); American Public Health Association; Wilcox, Ansley, 1856-1930

Date: 1901-09-18

Buffalo Evening Times, Vol. XXXVI, No. 4, 5 O'Clock/Last Edition, September 18, 1901

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Buffalo Evening Times, Vol. XXXVI, No. 4, 5 O'Clock/Last Edition, September 18, 1901, p. 1-10 (complete):

Page 1: - "Martyred President in His Canton Home" - Arrival of the funeral train in Canton - "Street Cars and Trains to Stop" - At 3:30 p.m. on Thursday in memorial of McKinley - "Away with Anarchists" - Statement by President of the American Public Health Association - "Emma Goldman Arraigned Today" - Bail set in Chicago - "'Tasmanian Devil' Comes to Town" - Additions to Bostock's animal show at the Pan Am - "The M'Kinley Cabinet Will Remain in Power" - Confirmation that the Cabinet will stay in place, per Theodore Roosevelt's request - "Exposition to be Closed" - Notice that the Pan Am would be closed the next day for McKinley's funeral - "Well Fed" - Condition of Czolgosz in jail - "City Hall Will be Closed Tomorrow" - "Trial of Czolgosz on Monday" - Potential evidence for the trial against Czolgosz - "No Times Tomorrow" - No issue of the Buffalo Evening Times will be published the next day in honor of McKinley's funeral - "Several Arrests at the Exposition Today" - Waiters arrested while playing craps in an alley

Page 2: - "Meadville is in the Deepest Mourning" - "Memorial Exercises Planned in Medina" - "Services in Batavia" - "Memorial Tablet" - Suggestion that a brass plaque be put where McKinley's body lay in City Hall - "Who Will be Orator at National Ceremonies" - Theory on who should speak at day to be set aside by Congress to remember McKinley

Page 4: - Short editorials, with one about McKinley - "The Extra Column" by Victor Roville - Opinion piece that claims the doctors did not purposefully give optimistic bulletins about McKinley's condition to prop up the stock market - "Mostly About People" by Jan Schimmelpennick - Column dedicated to McKinley - "Snap Shots" - Short news items from the Pan Am

Page 5: - "Crowd Made Rush for the Assassin" - Report that the crowd rushed for Czolgosz as he left court - "Closing Ceremonies at Washington Last Night" - Removal of McKinley's body from the Capitol - "Mrs. M'Kinley Walked with Surprising Firmness" - "Program at Canton: Arrival of the Remains" - Times of events in Canton - "Memorial Services" - Article about things that are to be closed for McKinley's funeral as well as list of memorial services scheduled - "President Roosevelt and Cabinet Hold a Meeting" - Theodore Roosevelt's first Cabinet meeting in Washington, D.C., where he asks each member to continue - "Railroad Travel is Picking Up" - Official from Pan Am optimistic about increase in traffic - "The Father of Czolgosz" - Speculation that Czolgosz's father was involved in a murder in Michigan 25 years before

Page 7: - Half page advertisement for Welsh Day and Eisteddfod at the Pan Am - "President's Doctors Deny Reports of Dissension" - Statement by the doctors that took care of McKinley, denying dissension between them over treatments; drafted at the Wilcox house - "Judge Titus Objects" - Protests being assigned to defend Czolgosz - "A Sensational Story Told by New York Business Man" - Owner said he had to fire employees who rejoiced at McKinley being shot and is now being threatened by them - "Attendance Yesterday Was Nearly 61,000" - Article about attendance at the Pan Am - "Goldman Threatened" - Threats sent in two letters - "Minister Tarred and Feathered" - For speaking out against McKinley - "Assassin Received Numerous Letters"

Page 10: - "They Are After Her" - Rumors of an indictment being sought for Emma Goldman in Barre, Vermont - "Did Czolgosz Use Poison?" - Short article about tests being done - "Two Anarchists Were Driven From Town" - Made statements supporting Czolgosz in Union Hill, New Jersey - "Great Things Planned for New York Day" - At the Pan Am

Resource Type: Newspaper

Subject: Pan-American Exposition; Presidents--Assassination; Presidents--Inauguration; American newspapers; Ansley Wilcox House (Buffalo, N.Y.); McKinley, William, 1843-1901; McKinley, Ida Saxton, 1847-1907; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919; Czolgosz, Leon F., 1873?-1901; Mann, Matthew D. (Matthew Darbyshire), 1845-1921; Park, Roswell, 1852-1914; Wilcox, Ansley, 1856-1930; Titus, Robert C.; Goldman, Emma, 1869-1940

Date: 1901-09-18

Buffalo Courier, Vol. LXVI, No. 261 [Carriers' Edition], September 18, 1901

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Buffalo Courier, Vol. LXVI, No. 261 [Carriers' Edition], September 18, 1901, p. 1-10 (complete):

Page 1: - Black and white portrait photograph of Mrs. McKinley - "M'Kinley's Body on Way to Final Resting Place" - Detailed story about the funeral in Washington (cont. on page 2) - "Complete Collapse of Mrs. M'Kinley Feared" - Speculation about Mrs. McKinley's condition - "Programme of the Exposition" - List of hours for events at the Pan-American Exposition

Page 2: - "President's First Cabinet Meeting" - Report about Theodore Roosevelt's first meeting with all the Cabinet members - "Love and Sympathy from Paris" - Statements from Americans in Paris

Page 3: - "Rebound of Prices Pronounced" - Stock market report

Page 4: - Short editorials, some about McKinley and Czolgosz

Page 6: - "Enters Plea: 'Not Guilty'" - Report of Czolgosz's arraignment - "Business Places Closed Tomorrow" - List of places to be closed - "Blame Buffalo Police" - Saying that lapse in security by Buffalo police allowed McKinley to be shot - "Reproduce Temple of Music in Marble" - Suggestion to memorialize McKinley; also other news from the Pan Am

Page 7: - "Virus from Wounds Forced Into Veins of Dogs and Cats" - Description of tests being done on the gun and bullets to find out what caused McKinley to die - "Czolgosz's Face is that of Hardened Criminal, Says Physiognomist" - Results of study by a specialist who claimed to be able to tell a person's personality by their face - "Anarchists are Moral Lepers More Dangerous than Physical Lepers" - From conference of the American Public Health Association; Welcoming remarks given by Ansley Wilcox in place of the Mayor - "Welcome of Hell - Hounds Must Be Stopped!" - From Grand Army of the Republic Day, statement that anarchists must be excluded from the U.S. - "Goes Insane Over Murder of President" - Pan Am visitor creates of disturbance - " Memorial is Adopted by Grand Army" - Memorial statement - "Czolgosz Promptly Expelled" - Statement from the Knights of Golden Eagle, disclaiming responsibility for Czolgosz's actions

Page 8: - "'Skip' Dundy Pays in Gold" - Story about Pan Am concessionaire and his wife's birthday - "Attractive Event for Welsh Day" - Program of events for Friday, September 20 - "Exposition Brings Heavy Traffic" - Optimistic predictions for attendance, including information on Railroad Day - "One Kindness of William M'Kinley" - Remembrance of McKinley greeting originator of the Pan Am Expo idea

Page 10: - Half page advertisement for Welsh Day and Eisteddfod (September 20) at the Pan Am

Resource Type: Newspaper

Subject: Pan-American Exposition; Presidents--Assassination; Presidents--Inauguration; American newspapers; Ansley Wilcox House (Buffalo, N.Y.); McKinley, William, 1843-1901; McKinley, Ida Saxton, 1847-1907; Wilcox, Ansley, 1856-1930

Date: 1901-09-18

Saturday Globe, Vol. XXI, No. 19, Rochester Edition, September 21, 1901

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Saturday Globe, Vol. XXI, No. 19, Rochester Edition, September 21, 1901, pages 1-8 (unnumbered):

Page 1: - Colorized portrait photograph of William with black bunting on one side and a woman draped in an American flag with her face covered by a handkerchief; black and white portrait photographs of Dr. Charles Edward Locke, Ansley Wilcox, Bishop Edward G. Andrews, Rev. C. E. Manchester - "At Rest" - Flowery piece about McKinley's death - "Funeral Scenes in Buffalo" - Detailed account of the funeral in Buffalo - "Speeding to Washington" - Scenes along the train ride from Buffalo to Washington, D.C. (cont. on page 5)

Page 2: - Black and white photograph captioned: The East Room of the White House; portrait photographs of John Tyler, Millard Fillmore, Andrew Johnson and Chester A. Arthur; drawings of Paul Czolgosz and Mrs. Paul Czolgosz [Leon Czolgosz's father and stepmother]; drawing of Roosevelt "Hurrying Through the Wilderness" - "Roosevelt's Chances" - Comparing Roosevelt to the other vice presidents that became president due to death

Page 3: - Drawing captioned: The Most Execrable of All Humanity [of Czolgosz sitting on a bed in his jail cell]; black and white portrait photographs of national leaders - "Two Favorite Hymns" - Story about "Nearer, My God to Thee" and "Lead Kindly Light" with lyrics printed - "Grief-Laden Tributes" - Text of statements about McKinley's death by national leaders

Page 4: - Black and white photographs captioned: As President and Mrs. M'Kinley Appeared on the Street; Judge John R. Hazel, The M'Kinley Residence in Canton; drawings captioned: A Historic Scene in the Wilcox Residence, Buffalo, At the Bedside of the Dying President, Indians' Tribute to the Great White Father, Where 100,000 People Viewed the Remains of the President - Short editorials about McKinley, Roosevelt, and anarchists - "The New President" - Roosevelt's inauguration and plan to continue McKinley's policies

Page 5: - Black and white photographs captioned: "The Paths of Glory Lead But to the Grave"/Carrying the coffined remains of President McKinley from the Milburn residence...; The Martyred President Lying in State in Buffalo City Hall; Abner M'Kinley; His Tomb is Here, His Memory in Our Hearts/Vault in Westlawn Cemetery; Joseph Karwocki's Saloon in Cleveland/In the hall over which Leon Czolgosz took his first lesson in Anarchy; First M. E. Church, Canton; drawing captioned: The Funeral of the Martyred President/The Cortege As It Was Moving Down Ferry Street in Buffalo - "In Washington" - Funeral Services in Washington, D.C. - "In Westlawn Cemetery" - Services in Canton, Ohio - "A Hush Fell O'er the Land" - Everything stopped at the time of McKinley's burial - "Cause of His Death" - "The Assassin Still Dumb" - Czolgosz refused to enter a plea in court

Page 6: - Black and white portraits of Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant, Mrs. Rutherford B. Hayes, Mrs. James A. Garfield, Mrs. William M'Kinley; drawing captioned: Senator Hanna Broken Hearted at the President's Bier - "White House Cranks" - Stories of bizarre people coming to the door of the White House - "Presidents' Widows" - Information about the three surviving Presidential widows of Presidents Grant, Hayes and Garfield - "An Extraordinary Suicide" - Young girl that killed herself after McKinley's death

Page 7: - Black and white portrait photographs captioned: The New Head of the American Government [Theodore Roosevelt]; President Roosevelt's Wife and Eldest Daughter; Theodore Roosevelt [New York City police commissioner]; Roosevelt, the Rough Rider; President Roosevelt's Father; President Roosevelt's Birthplace - "White House Children" - Recent history of children in the White House - "The New President" - Biography of Roosevelt

Page 8: - Six black and white photographs of the mourning decorations on Rochester buildings - "Rochester Mourns" - Mood and remembrances of McKinley in Rochester, New York

Resource Type: Newspaper

Subject: Presidents--Assassination; Presidents--Inauguration; American newspapers; Ansley Wilcox House (Buffalo, N.Y.); McKinley, William, 1843-1901; Wilcox, Ansley, 1856-1930; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919; Arthur, Chester Alan, 1829-1886; Fillmore, Millard, 1800-1874; Johnson, Andrew, 1808-1875; Tyler, John, 1790-1862; McKinley, Ida Saxton, 1847-1907; Hazel, John Raymond, 1860-1951; Hanna, Marcus Alonzo, 1837-1904; Roosevelt, Edith Kermit Carow, 1861-1948; Longworth, Alice Roosevelt, 1884-1980; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1831-1878

Date: 1901-09-21

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