Welcome to MAIWelcome to MAI


"Hello, I'm William McKinley."
partial cover image from "American Boys' Life of William McKinley"                                              
About MAI
Disclaimer
Help MAI


Who I Am
Contact Me



 

    


 

 

     

 H., E. C.

“Abolition of the Death-Penalty.” American Journal of Sociology July 1902 v8n1: pp. 143-44. READ

 

 Hackett, Frank Warren

“Address before the District of Columbia Commandery of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States.” Deck and Field. Washington, DC: W. H. Lowdermilk, 1909: pp. 145-51. READ

 

 Hagedorn, Hermann

“He Governs a Great State Justly in Spite of the ‘Interests’” [chapter 13]. The Boys’ Life of Theodore Roosevelt. Ed. H. C. Newton. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1922: pp. 207-32. READ

“He Inaugurates a New Era” [chapter 14]. The Boys’ Life of Theodore Roosevelt. Ed. H. C. Newton. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1922: pp. 233-59. READ

 

 Haggard, W. D. (ed.)

“Discussion of the Papers of Drs. Guerry, Ransohoff, and Coffey.” Transactions of the Southern Surgical and Gynecological Association. Vol. 22. [n.p.]: Southern Surgical and Gynecological Association, 1910: pp. 146-60. READ

 

 Hair, Dell

“Our Martyred President.” Echoes from the Beat. Vol. 3. Toledo: Newell B. Newton, 1908: pp. 126-27. READ

“Retribution.” Echoes from the Beat. Vol. 3. Toledo: Newell B. Newton, 1908: p. 128. READ

 

 Hale, Anne Gardner

“William McKinley.” Seedlings from My Wild Garden. New York: Abbey Press, 1902: p. 107. READ

 

 Halstead, Murat

“The Author’s Letter: From the Scene of Execution and the Autopsy of the Assassin.” The Illustrious Life of William McKinley, Our Martyred President. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 465-72. READ

“Author’s Preface.” Life and Distinguished Services of Hon. Wm. McKinley and the Great Issues of 1896. [n.p.]: Edgewood, 1896: pp. iii-v. READ

“Mrs. McKinley.” Saturday Evening Post 6 Sept. 1902 v175n10: pp. 6-7. READ

 

 Halstead, Murat (book author only)

Depew, Chauncey M. “Introduction.” Life and Distinguished Services of Hon. Wm. McKinley and the Great Issues of 1896. [n.p.]: Edgewood, 1896: pp. vii-xiii. READ

Sherman, John. “Personal Sketch of Hon. William McKinley” [chapter 1]. Life and Distinguished Services of Hon. Wm. McKinley and the Great Issues of 1896. [n.p.]: Edgewood, 1896: pp. 17-29. READ

“Three Presidents Who Have Fallen Victims to Assassins’ Bullets.” The Illustrious Life of William McKinley, Our Martyred President. Prospectus. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: [unnumbered plate]. READ

 

 Hamilton, Allan McLane

“Infantile Insanity in Its Relation to Moral Perversion and Crime.” Medical Record 20 June 1903 v63n25: pp. 965-70. READ

“Political Murders” [chapter 21]. Recollections of an Alienist. New York: George H. Doran, 1916: pp. 342-68. READ

 

 Hamilton, Andrew J.

“May He Be Spared.” Meriden Daily Journal 9 Sept. 1901 v31n59: p. 6. READ

 

 Hamilton, Edward Joseph (comp.)

Wiggam, Albert Edward. “William McKinley—A Memorial Tribute.” Indiana Writers of Poems and Prose. Chicago: Western Press Association, 1902: [no pagination]. READ

 

 Hamilton, J. W.

“William McKinley.” Contemporary Review Oct. 1901 v80: pp. 457-62. READ

 

 Hapgood, Hutchins

“The Radicals” [chapter 7]. The Spirit of Labor. New York: Duffield, 1907: pp. 138-66. READ

 

 Harding, Warren G.

“Address on Behalf of the Republicans of the Senate.” In Memoriam. Columbus: Fred J. Heer, 1902: pp. 79-81. READ

 

 Hare, James H. (photo.)

“Arriving at the Temple of Music.” Collier’s Weekly 21 Sept. 1901 v27n25: p. 6. READ

“The Dungeons of Police Headquarters.” Collier’s Weekly 21 Sept. 1901 v27n25: p. 6. READ

“The President Surveys His Audience.” Collier’s Weekly 14 Sept. 1901 v27n24: p. 6. READ

“The President’s Carriage Waiting outside the Temple of Music.” Collier’s Weekly 21 Sept. 1901 v27n25: p. 8. READ

“Private Secretary Cortelyou Giving News to the Reporters.” Collier’s Weekly 21 Sept. 1901 v27n25: p. 6. READ

“Waiting for Their Turn to Shake the President’s Hand.” Collier’s Weekly 21 Sept. 1901 v27n25: p. 8. READ

 

 Harman, Lillian

“‘Free Society’ and the Outlook.” Lucifer, the Light-Bearer 14 Sept. 1901 v5n35 (3rd series): p. 285. READ

“How Justice Is Administered.” Socialist Spirit Oct. 1901 v1n2: p. 29. READ

 

 Harman, Moses

“Another National Tragedy.” Lucifer, the Light-Bearer 14 Sept. 1901 v5n35 (3rd series): p. 284. READ

 

 Harmon, James

“President McKinley Dead.” Catholic Union and Times 19 Sept. 1901 v30n24: p. 1. READ

 

 Hartwell, John A. (ed., with Norrie, Smith, and Nammack)

Moorhead, John J. “Injury by Electricity.” Medical and Surgical Report of Bellevue and Allied Hospitals in the City of New York. Vol. 4. [n.p.]: [n.p.], [1910?]: pp. 379-87. READ

 

 Hauenstein, Minnie Ferris

“To William McKinley.” Sonnets from the Silence. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1922: p. 90. READ

 

 Havel, Hippolyte

“A Reminiscence.” Mother Earth Oct. 1908 v3n8: pp. 320-24. READ

 

 Haworth, Paul Leland

“The Golden Age of Materialism” [chapter 8]. Reconstruction and Union, 1865-1912. New York: Henry Holt, 1912: pp. 195-209. READ

 

 Hawthorne, Julian

“The Twentieth Century” [chapter 38]. The History of the United States: From 1492 to 1910. Vol. 3. New York: P. F. Collier and Son, 1910: pp. 1122-70. READ

 

 Hawthorne, Julian (with James Schouler and E. Benjamin Andrews)

“McKinley’s End and the Rise of Roosevelt” [chapter 30]. United States: From the Discovery of the North American Continent up to the Present Time. Vol. 9. New York: Co-Operative Publication Society, 1904: pp. 289-310. READ

 

 Hay, John

“Hay to Roosevelt.” The Life and Letters of John Hay. By William Roscoe Thayer. Vol. 2. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1916: pp. 344-45. READ

“To Henry Adams.” The Life and Letters of John Hay. By William Roscoe Thayer. Vol. 2. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1916: pp. 267-68. READ

“To Lady Jeune.” The Life and Letters of John Hay. By William Roscoe Thayer. Vol. 2. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1916: pp. 266-67. READ

“To Theodore Roosevelt.” The Complete Poetical Works of John Hay. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1916: p. 232. READ

“William McKinley.” Addresses of John Hay. New York: Century, 1906: pp. 137-75. READ

 

 Hayd, H. E.

“Matthew D. Mann, M.D., 1845-1921.” American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Apr. 1921 v1n7: p. 782. READ

 

 Healy, Chris

“Anarchism and Anarchists” [chapter 2]. Confessions of a Journalist. 2nd ed. London: Chatto and Windus, 1904: pp. 19-27. READ

 

 Heap, W. Lionel

“A Philosophic View of Anarchy.” Inlander Nov. 1901 v12n2: pp. 56-67. READ

 

 Heisler, John C.

“Introductory Address, Medico-Chirurgical College, Session of 1901 to 1902.” Medical Bulletin Oct. 1901 v23n10: pp. 368-75. READ

 

 Henderson, Mary Foote

“Anarchy: Its Cause and Cure.” The Aristocracy of Health. Washington, DC: Colton Publishing, 1904: pp. 538-44. READ

 

 Henneman, John Bell (with B. J. Ramage)

“President M’Kinley.” Sewanee Review Oct. 1901 v9n4: pp. 483-93. READ

 

 Hill, Kendrick C.

“William McKinley.” Stenographer Nov. 1901 v16n10: pp. 255-56. READ

 

 Hillis, Newell Dwight

“That Happiness Is Latent in Every Form of Trouble and Suffering” [chapter 2]. The Quest of Happiness. New York: Macmillan, 1913: pp. 39-64. READ

 

 Hinsdale, Elizur Brace

“Public Questions” [chapter 9]. Autobiography with Reports and Documents. New York: J. J. Little, 1901: pp. 52-58. READ

 

 Hitt, Rector C.

“Anarchy—A Novel Suggestion for Its Suppression.” Central Law Journal 18 Oct. 1901 v53n16: p. 313. READ

 

 Hoar, George F.

“Free Speech and Constitutional Liberty.” The American Idea. Comp. Joseph B. Gilder. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1902: pp. 295-98. READ

 

 Hodge, O. J.

“Czolgosz, the Assassin.” Reminiscences. Vol. 2. Cleveland: Brooks, 1910: pp. 128-30. READ

 

 Hofsten, Hugo von (illus.)

“President William McKinley.” McKinley, Garfield, Lincoln: Their Lives—Their Deeds—Their Deaths. By William Dixon Bancroft. Chicago: United States Newspaper Syndicate, 1901: frontispiece. READ

 

 Hoit, J. D. C.

“Sir Knight, William McKinley.” Masonic Voice-Review Dec. 1901 v3n12: p. 478. READ

 

 Holmes, Bayard

“Shall We Convict, Sentence and Punish, or Commit, Care for and Cure the Insane Delinquent?” The Friends of the Insane, The Soul of Medical Education and Other Essays. Cincinnati: Lancet-Clinic Publishing, 1911: pp. 7-13. READ

 

 Holt, Henry

“The Treatment of Anarchism.” American Monthly Review of Reviews Feb. 1902 v25n2: pp. 192-200. READ

 

 Hoopes, Wilford L.

“The Sixth Law.” The Code of the Spirit. Boston: Sherman, French, 1911: pp. 73-83. READ

 

 Hopkins, Ada F.

“The Dead President.” Nashua Daily Telegraph 17 Sept. 1901 v34n168: p. 4. READ

 

 Hopkins, Henry, Jr.

“Peter Kropotkin, Reformer.” Williams Literary Monthly Mar. 1902 v17n8: pp. 383-89. READ

 

 Horton, Katharine Pratt (a.k.a. Mrs. John Miller Horton)

“Personal Reminiscences of President’s Day.” Memorial to the Late President McKinley. Buffalo: Buffalo Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, 1901: pp. 7-13. READ

 

 Hough, A. J.

“Ode on the Death of President M’Kinley.” Nashua Daily Telegraph 21 Sept. 1901 v34n171: p. [8]. READ

 

 Howe, E. W.

[untitled]. Daily Notes of a Trip around the World. 2nd ed. Vol. 1. Topeka: Crane, 1909: pp. 125-28. READ

 

 Howe, Julia Ward

“Buffalo, September 6.” Atlanta Constitution 22 Sept. 1901 v34: part 1, p. 7. READ

 

 Howell, J. Morton

“Physiological Therapeutics Versus Drugs in the Treatment of Diseases of Infancy and Childhood.” Pediatrics Feb. 1905 v17n2: pp. 90-99. READ

 

 Howland, Harold

“Roosevelt Becomes President” [chapter 6]. Theodore Roosevelt and His Times. Abraham Lincoln ed. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1921: pp. 73-83. READ

 

 Hudgins, Charles Buckner

“Home Again” [chapter 35]. The Convert. New York: Neale Publishing, 1908: pp. 314-21. READ

“A National Tragedy” [chapter 34]. The Convert. New York: Neale Publishing, 1908: pp. 307-13. READ

 

 Hughes, Charles Evans

“Speech at the Dedication of the McKinley Monument in Buffalo, September 5, 1907.” Addresses and Papers of Charles Evans Hughes. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1908: pp. 231-34. READ

 

 Hughes, Charles Hamilton

[untitled]. Alienist and Neurologist Oct. 1901 v22n4: pp. 720-21. READ

[untitled]. Alienist and Neurologist Oct. 1901 v22n4: p. 722. READ

[untitled]. Alienist and Neurologist Oct. 1901 v22n4: pp. 722-24. READ

[untitled]. Alienist and Neurologist Oct. 1901 v22n4: p. 724. READ

“Medical Aspects of the Czolgosz Case.” Alienist and Neurologist Jan. 1902 v23n1: pp. 40-52. READ

“The President’s Assassin.” Alienist and Neurologist Oct. 1901 v22n4: pp. 721-22. READ

“Thaw and His Mental Status.” Alienist and Neurologist May 1908 v29n2: pp. 193-207. READ

 

 Huidekoper, Rush Shippen

“William McKinley.” Journal of Comparative Medicine and Veterinary Archives Oct. 1901 v22n10: p. 645. READ

 

 Huneker, James

Rev. of The Doctor’s Dilemma, by Bernard Shaw. Wallack’s Theatre. Mar. 1915. Puck 1 May 1915 v77n1991: pp. 14, 20. READ

 

 Hunnicutt, W. L. C.

“One Lesson from the Assassination of President McKinley.” Atlanta Constitution 16 Sept. 1901 v34: p. 6. READ

 

 Hunt, Evelyn

“My Experiences as a Nurse to Mrs McKinley and the Late President.” Sunday Call 19 Jan. 1902 v91n50: mag. sect., p. 5. READ

 

 Hunter, Robert

“Seeking the Causes” [chapter 6]. Violence and the Labor Movement. New York: Macmillan, 1919: 90-122. READ

 

 Huntington, Webster Perit

“McKinley.” A Versebook. Columbus: Fred. J. Heer, 1904: pp. 101-03. READ

 

 Husmann, George

“From California.” Colman’s Rural World 18 Sept. 1901 v54n37: p. 1. READ

 

 Huws, Morien Mon

[untitled]. Cambrian Oct. 1901 v21n10: p. 478. READ

 


top of page