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Source: Journal of Medicine and Science
Source type: journal
Document type: editorial
Document title: none
Author(s): anonymous
Date of publication: November 1901
Volume number: 7
Issue number: 12
Pagination: 413

[untitled]. Journal of Medicine and Science Nov. 1901 v7n12: p. 413.
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Ida McKinley (personal character).
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Ida McKinley.



     MRS. MCKINLEY’S FORTITUDE under all the trying circumstances of the President’s assassination was truly remarkable, in view of her frail health and the sheltered, tenderly guarded life she has led. It illustrates the characteristic strength and reticence of the Anglo-Saxon. A woman of the Latin races would most probably have gone into hysterics, but Mrs. McKinley was calm and composed, and hid from her stricken husband and the outside world her poignant grief and anxiety. She sets a noble example of womanly dignity.



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