Source: American Monthly Magazine
Source type: magazine
Document type: editorial column
Document title: “Editor’s Note Book”
Date of publication: November 1901
Volume number: 19
Issue number: 5
Pagination: 527-28 (excerpt below includes only page 528)
|“Editor’s Note Book.” American Monthly Magazine Nov. 1901 v19n5: pp. 527-28.|
|Daughters of the American Revolution; resolutions (Daughters of the American Revolution); McKinley assassination (public response).|
|Virginia Shedd Hodge; Anna V. Kenyon; Harriet Kimball; William McKinley; Lucy Cook Peel; Abby Day Slocomb.|
Editor’s Note Book [excerpt]
Expressions of deep sorrow for the death of President
McKinley and of loving sympathy with his bereaved wife have been received from
many chapters. With these came resolutions showing deep detestation of the awful
crime which has deprived our nation of its honored chief and a determination
to continue more earnestly than ever the work made ready for our hands—the teaching
of an enlightened patriotism. This is peculiarly the duty of the Daughters of
the American Revolution.
The following chapters have already placed themselves on record:
Wiltwyck Chapter, Kingston, New York; Anna V. Kenyon, regent.
Dubuque Chapter, Dubuque, Iowa; Mrs. Kimball, regent.
Saint Louis Chapter, Saint Louis, Missouri.
Joseph Habersham Chapter, Atlanta, Georgia; Mrs. William L. Peel, regent.
Ann Rogers Clarke Chapter, Jeffersonville, Indiana.
Anna Warner Bailey Chapter, Groton and Stonington, Connecticut; Mrs. Cuthbert Slocomb, regent.
“For never land long lease of empire won,
Whose sons sat silent when base deeds were done.”
Molly Reid Chapter, Derry, New Hampshire.
John Marshall Chapter, Louisville, Kentucky.
Wadsworth Chapter, Middletown, Connecticut.
Western Reserve Chapter, Cleveland, Ohio, Mrs. O. J. Hodge, regent.
Piankeshaw Chapter, New Albany, Indiana.
Bryan Station Chapter, Lexington, Kentucky.