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Source: Los Angeles Herald
Source type: newspaper
Document type: article
Document title: “Memorial Lighthouse”
Author(s): anonymous
City of publication: Los Angeles, California
Date of publication: 5 August 1903
Volume number: 30
Issue number: 302
Pagination: 5

“Memorial Lighthouse.” Los Angeles Herald 5 Aug. 1903 v30n302: p. 5.
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McKinley memorialization (Honolulu, HI Territory).
Named persons
William McKinley.


Memorial Lighthouse


One in Memory of Late President McKinley Planned

     HONOLULU, Aug. 1.—(By Pacific Cable.) The proposal to establish a public park in or near the city as a memorial to the late President McKinley will probably be abandoned. Instead of this tribute to the chief executive, during whose administration the people of Hawaii became citizens of the United States, it is now planned to erect a McKinley memorial lighthouse at the entrance to Honolulu harbor. This would be a prominent object from both land and sea, besides being of great practical utility. This project meets with much favor and is likely to carried [sic] into effect.



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