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Buffalo Evening News
Source type: newspaper
Document type: article
Document title: “The President’s Programme Today”
Author(s): anonymous
City of publication: Buffalo, New York
Date of publication:
6 September 1901
Volume number: 42
Issue number: 126
Pagination: 1

“The President’s Programme Today.” Buffalo Evening News 6 Sept. 1901 v42n126: p. 1.
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William McKinley (events, schedule, etc.: Sept. 6, 1901); William McKinley (at Pan-American Exposition); William McKinley (at Niagara Falls, NY: 6 Sept. 1901).
Named persons
George L. Williams.

The President’s Programme Today

     8:15 A. M.—The President and party, accompanied by mounted escort, will drive from the Milburn home, out Delaware avenue to the Lincoln Parkway entrance to the Exposition, through the Exposition to the Railroad gate.
     9 A. M.—Special train of parlor cars will leave Railroad gate with the President and party and a few invited guests and the escort, numbering about 100 in all. The train will go over the New York Central to Lewiston.
     9:50 A. M.—The President will arrive at Lewiston and transfer to private cars of Gorge route.
     10:50 A. M.—The President will leave Lewiston via the Gorge route.
     11:15 A. M.—The President will arrive at Niagara Falls, where carriages will take the party for a drive to Prospect Park and Goat Island.
     12:05 P. M.—The President will arrive at the International Hotel for luncheon, at 12:30 P. M. in the hotel ballroom.
     1:45 P. M.—The entire party will leave the International Hotel, driving through Main street to the River Road and thence to the power-house.
     2:00 P. M.—Arrive at Power House.
     2:45 P. M.—The party will drive to the Fifteenth street crossing, where the special train will be waiting on the Central.
     2:55 P. M.—The President will leave Niagara Falls on the special train.
     3:30 P. M.—The President will arrive at the Railroad entrance to the Exposition.
     4:00 P. M.—The President will arrive at the Temple of Music, where a public reception will be held.
     The programme for the remainder of the day will be informal. One of the events will be a luncheon to be tendered the President and his wife this evening at the handsome home of Mr. George L. Williams.