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Source: Memorial Life of William McKinley
Source type: book
Document type: photograph
Document title: “Elihu Root—Secretary of War”
Image size (in source, approx. h x w): 13.9cm x 9.8cm
Author(s): anonymous [photograph]; Townsend, G. W. [book]
Publisher: none given
Place of publication: none given
Year of publication: 1901
Pagination: none

 
Citation
“Elihu Root—Secretary of War.” Memorial Life of William McKinley. By G. W. Townsend. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: [unnumbered plate].
 
Transcription
full image of photograph
 
Keywords
Elihu Root (photographs).
 
Named persons
none.
 
Notes
The photograph below appears on the third unnumbered plate following page 176.

Title herein taken from caption.

Full caption: Elihu Root—Secretary of War.

From title page: Memorial Life of William McKinley, Our Martyred President: As a Man, the Noblest and Purest of His Times; As a Citizen, the Grandest of His Nation; As a Statesman, the Idol of Millions of People: Containing a Full Account of His Early Life; His Ambition to Obtain an Education; His Brilliant Career as a Soldier in the Civil War; His Patriotic Record as a Member of Congress and Governor of His State; His Able Administration as President, Etc.; Including a Thrilling Account of His Assassination; His Heroic Struggle for Life; Hope of Recovery Suddenly Blasted; Profound Sympathy and Anxious Suspense of the Whole Civilized World, Etc.; Together with a Full History of Anarchy and Its Infamous Deeds; Including the Life of President Roosevelt.

From title page: By Col. G. W. Townsend, the Well-Known Author, with an Introduction by Hon. James Rankin Young, Member of Congress and Formerly Clerk of the United States Senate.

From title page: Profusely Embellished with Superb Engravings.
 
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