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Source: News and Courier
Source type: newspaper
Document type: article
Document title: “Mrs McKinley’s Condition”
Author(s): anonymous
City of publication: Charleston, South Carolina
Date of publication: 30 September 1901
Volume number: none
Issue number: none
Pagination: 1

“Mrs McKinley’s Condition.” News and Courier 30 Sept. 1901: p. 1.
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Ida McKinley; George B. Cortelyou; Ida McKinley (post-assassination matters).
Named persons
George B. Cortelyou; William R. Day; Marcus Hanna; Myron T. Herrick; Ida McKinley.


Mrs McKinley’s Condition


She Bears Up Well—She Has Considerable Property Besides the Estate
Left by Her Husband.

     Canton, Ohio, September 29.—Mrs McKinley had two drives again to-day. On account of dismal weather and the rain of yesterday and nearly all night, the outing was confined to the streets in the city. It was said at the McKinley home to-night that there has been no material change in her condition and that she continues to bear up remarkably well.
     Secretary Cortelyou returned from Cleveland to-night, where he went yesterday to consult with Col Myron T. Herrick, on certain matters connected with the estate. He expects to visit Cleveland the latter part of the week, to see Senator Hanna, who is now in the East. Mr Cortelyou will leave Canton for Washington on Tuesday, but will be here again in a short time, and will be in the city at intervals for some time to come. Beside administering the estate of the President, Mr Cortelyou and Judge Day are to take charge of the business affairs of Mrs McKinley. She has considerable property herself, aside from the estate left by her husband.



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