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Source: McCook Tribune
Source type: newspaper
Document type: article
Document title: “M’Kinley at Brother’s Tomb”
Author(s): anonymous
City of publication: McCook, Nebraska
Date of publication: 29 November 1901
Volume number: 20
Issue number: 29
Pagination: [6]

 
Citation
“M’Kinley at Brother’s Tomb.” McCook Tribune 29 Nov. 1901 v20n29: p. [6].
 
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Keywords
Abner McKinley; Ida McKinley; McKinley burial vault (visitors); William McKinley (mourning: flowers, tokens of grief, etc.).
 
Named persons
Sarah Elizabeth Duncan (McKinley sister); Abner McKinley; Helen McKinley; Ida McKinley.
 
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M’Kinley at Brother’s Tomb

 

Brother of Dead President Visits Cemetery at Canton.

     CANTON, O., Nov. 22.—Abner McKinley, brother of the late president, was here to[d]ay. During the day he accompanie[d] Mrs. McKinley on a short drive, which included a visit to the cemetery. Acting on the advice of her physic[i]ans, Mrs. McKinley has ceased to enter the vault, but Mr. McKinley went inside today. The casket is almost entirely concealed by flowers, which are received from time to time. Mr. McKinley went to Cleveland this evening to visit his sisters, Mrs. Duncan and Helen McKinley.

 

 


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