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Source: Adjuster
Source type: journal
Document type: editorial
Document title: “President McKinley’s Estate”
Author(s): anonymous
Date of publication: October 1901
Volume number: 23
Issue number: 5
Pagination: 119

“President McKinley’s Estate.” Adjuster Oct. 1901 v23n5: p. 119.
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William McKinley (personal character); William McKinley (post-assassination matters); William McKinley (insurance).
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William McKinley.


President McKinley’s Estate

     No taint attaches to the $75,000 left by President McKinley and constituting the major part of his estate. But by no other means than that afforded by life insurance would his conscience have permitted him to add this substantial amount to his other modest and honest accumulations. From his salary he could well afford to set aside the amount of his premiums and his wise and loving forethought leaves his widow well provided for. In this, as in all else, the independence of his character, fidelity to his obligations and nicest sense of honor, finds ample expression.



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