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Source: The Life Work of William McKinley
Source type: book
Document type: photograph
Document title: “The Milburn Residence, Buffalo, N. Y.”
Image size (in source, approx. h x w): unknown
Author(s): anonymous [photograph]; Roe, Edward T. [book]
Publisher: Laird and Lee
Place of publication: Chicago, Illinois
Year of publication: 1901
Pagination: none

 
Citation
“The Milburn Residence, Buffalo, N. Y.” The Life Work of William McKinley. By Edward T. Roe. Chicago: Laird and Lee, 1901: [unnumbered plate].
 
Transcription
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Keywords
Milburn residence (photographs).
 
Named persons
none.
 
Notes
Title herein taken from caption.

Descriptive text accompanying the photograph reads as follows: “The center of the nation’s anxiety during the seven trying days before the angel of death summoned our beloved President to his final home.”

The photograph below appears as an unnumbered plate facing page 176.

From title page: Includes Every Important Incident of His Private Life and Public Service: His Ancestry—Boyhood—Military Career—Marriage and Beautiful Devotion to His Wife and Mother—Record as Congressman, Governor and President—His Own History of the Spanish War—His Open Door Policy and Brilliant Diplomacy in China—Territorial and Commercial Expansion—His Tributes to Lincoln and Garfield—His Attitude toward the South—His Pan-American Address in Full—The Assassination, Fight for Life, Death and Funeral—Memorial Services at Washington and Canton—Eulogies by Ex-President Cleveland, Bishop Ireland and Others—Glowing Tributes by Cardinal Gibbons, Bishop Andrews, Dr. Manchester and Senator Foraker—Sketch of the Assassin’s Antecedents—A Chronological Table of Historical Events.

From title page: The Career of Our Beloved President Reads Like a Romance and Constitutes an Object Lesson in American Manhood and Patriotism.

From title page: 50 Half-Tones and Text Etchings.

From title page: By Edward T. Roe, LL. B.
 
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The Milburn Residence, Buffalo, N. Y.

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