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Source: Daily Picayune
Source type: newspaper
Document type: article
Document title: “Interview with Senator Hanna”
Author(s): anonymous
City of publication: New Orleans, Louisiana
Date of publication: 8 September 1901
Volume number: 65
Issue number: 227
Part/Section: 1
Pagination: 9

 
Citation
“Interview with Senator Hanna.” Daily Picayune 8 Sept. 1901 v65n227: part 1, p. 9.
 
Transcription
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Keywords
Marcus Hanna (public statements).
 
Named persons
Dan R. Hanna; Marcus Hanna; William McKinley.
 
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Interview with Senator Hanna

     Buffalo, Sept. 7.—Senator Mark A. Hanna was seen by a representative of the Associated Press this afternoon, a few minutes after he left the bedside of the president.
     The senator requested that a denial be made by the representative that he had sent a message to his son, Dan R. Hanna, stating that President McKinley’s condition was alarming.
     “I have sent no message to Cleveland or any other point in the country, regarding the condition of the president, other than the official bulletins issued by the physicians,” the senator said.
     “To forestall any report that may obtain circulation, I wish to state now,” he continued, “that no one is to blame for this terrible affair. The exposition officials, the officials of the government and the local officers did everything in their power to guard the person of the president, and no one is responsible in the slightest degree.”
     “Has there been a meeting of the cabinet, senator?”
     “No, there has been no meeting of the cabinet, informal or otherwise, and I sincerely believe that no emergency will arise that will make such a thing necessary.”

 

 


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