Source: Bankers’ Magazine
Source type: journal
Document type: editorial
Document title: none
Date of publication: November 1901
Volume number: 63
Issue number: 5
|[untitled]. Bankers’ Magazine Nov. 1901 v63n5: p. 696.|
|McKinley memorialization; resolutions (American Bankers’ Association); Bankers’ Magazine.|
|William McKinley; Theodore Roosevelt.|
A MEMORIAL TO PRESIDENT
MCKINLEY is to be erected
at Canton, Ohio, where the late President lived for so many years, and where
his body now lies in its final resting-place. It is expected that a memorial
will also be erected at Washington. The details of carrying out the plans for
appropriately honoring the memory of the late President have been entrusted
to the McKinley Memorial Association, appointed by President ROOSEVELT.
At the recent meeting of the American Bankers’ Association a resolution was passed authorizing members to solicit and receive subscriptions.
The Editor of THE BANKERS’ MAGAZINE has also been authorized by the Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York to receive subscriptions for this purpose. Further announcement in reference to the matter will be found on another page of this issue.
It is believed that the banking fraternity of the United States will be pleased to contribute to this worthy undertaking.
THE BANKERS’ MAGAZINE will receive subscriptions in any sums from one dollar upwards, and will publish the names and addresses of all contributors through this channel.