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Source: St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Source type: newspaper
Document type: article
Document title: “The Man Who Shot President M’Kinley”
Author(s): anonymous
City of publication: St. Louis, Missouri
Date of publication: 9 September 1901
Volume number: 54
Issue number: 19
Pagination: 1

“The Man Who Shot President M’Kinley.” St. Louis Post-Dispatch 9 Sept. 1901 v54n19: p. 1.
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Leon Czolgosz.
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Leon Czolgosz.
This article is accompanied on the same page with a photograph, captioned as follows: “Two Views of Assassin Leon Frans Czolgosz.” The photograph is credited as being taken by the Detective Bureau of the Buffalo Police.


The Man Who Shot President M’Kinley



Name, Leon Frans Czolgosz (alias Frank Nieman).
Age, 28; height, 5 feet 75/8 inches; weight, 138 pounds.
Hair, brown; wavy.
Eyes, blue-gray.
Head, round and large at apex.
Nose, prominent; mouth, well curved, lending pleasant look to features.
Jawbones not prominent.
Chin, weak and receding, narrowing to a point.
Teeth, good.
Temperament, highly emotional.
Figure, erect and solid.
Habit, inveterate smoker.
Though narrow, forehead high, heightening look of intelligence.
Voice, low; speaks with accent.
Born in Detroit, Mich.
Educated in Catholic parochial school in Detroit.
The name is pronounced “Golgoss.”



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