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Source: One Hundred and Twenty-Five Photographic Views of Chicago
Source type: book
Document type: photograph
Document title: “McKinley Monument, McKinley Park”
Image size (in source, approx. h x w): unknown
Author(s): anonymous [photograph]; anonymous [book]
Publisher: Rand McNally and Company
Place of publication: Chicago, Illinois
Year of publication: 1916
Pagination: none

“McKinley Monument, McKinley Park.” One Hundred and Twenty-Five Photographic Views of Chicago. Chicago: Rand McNally, 1916: [no pagination].
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McKinley memorial (Chicago, IL: photographs).
Named persons
William McKinley [in notes]; Charles J. Mulligan [middle initial wrong below][in notes].

The photograph’s caption and accompanying descriptive text read as follows:

Archer Avenue and West 37th Street.
William McKinley, born January 29, 1843; died September 14, 1901. President of the
United States, 1897-1901. This monument was a gift to the park by prominent citizens.
Designed by Charles G. Mulligan. Unveiled, July 4, 1905.

Title herein taken from caption.

From title page: One Hundred and Twenty-Five Photographic Views of Chicago: A Collection of Reproductions from Photographs of the Most Prominent Streets, Buildings, Statues, Park Scenes, and Other Features of Interest in the City.

Alternate book title: 125 Photographic Views of Chicago.

Image courtesy of HathiTrust.


McKinley Monument, McKinley Park

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