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Source: Philadelphia Record
Source type: newspaper
Document type: article
Document title: “Frenzy of Rage Over Murder”
Author(s): anonymous
City of publication: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Date of publication: 16 September 1901
Volume number: none
Issue number: 10788
Pagination: 10

“Frenzy of Rage Over Murder.” Philadelphia Record 16 Sept. 1901 n10788: p. 10.
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McKinley assassination (personal response).
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Frenzy of Rage Over Murder


Incoming Passenger Heaped Curses Upon Steerage.

Special to [“]The Record[.”]
     New York, Sept. 15.[—]There was a dramatic incident on the Hamburg-American liner Pennsylvania, which arrived last evening. When the pilot was taken on board and told the news of the murder of the President one man, a Western lawyer, was almost beside himself. Walking in the direction of the steerage[,] where hundreds of Poles, Slavs and Italians lay huddled together, he shook his fists at them and with flaring eyes shouted:
     “You have done this thing. But for the open door, open to such as you, we should have no Anarchists, no assassins.”
     The sentiment was so popular that the words were greeted with cheers.



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