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 C. B. Waite

 

 C. B. Waite (public addresses)

Waite, C. B. “Colonel Ingersoll, Senator Dolliver and Assassination.” Free Thought Magazine Dec. 1901 v19n12: pp. 696-98. VIEW

 

 C. C. Cline

“Sensational Sermon by a Nashville Minister.” Mount Airy News 3 Oct. 1901 v22n15: p. [2]. VIEW

 

 C. C. Cline (public statements)

“Sensational Sermon by a Nashville Minister.” Mount Airy News 3 Oct. 1901 v22n15: p. [2]. VIEW

 

 C. D. Pendell

“Mob Beats Clergyman.” Journal and Herald 26 Sept. 1901 v35n36: p. [4]. VIEW

 

 C. E. Manchester

 

 C. E. Manchester (eulogies)

“President McKinley Buried at Canton.” Timely Topics 27 Sept. 1901 v6n4: pp. 52-53. VIEW

 

 C. E. Manchester (eulogies: full text)

McClure, Alexander K., and Charles Morris. “The Last Home-Coming to Canton” [chapter 23]. The Authentic Life of William McKinley. Memorial ed. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 365-78. VIEW

 

 C. F. Casteel

“Brutal Remarks.” Nashua Daily Telegraph 12 Sept. 1901 v34n164: p. 5. VIEW

 

 C. F. Meek

 

 C. F. Meek (public statements)

“How Brother Heard the News.” Chicago Sunday Tribune 8 Sept. 1901 v60n251: part 1, p. 4. VIEW

 

 C. Herbert Woolston

“Dr. Woolston Greeted on His Anniversary.” Philadelphia Inquirer 20 Jan. 1902 v146n20: p. 6. VIEW

“Yellow Papers Were to Blame.” Philadelphia Inquirer 9 Sept. 1901 v145n71: p. 5. VIEW

 

 C. Herbert Woolston (public statements)

“Yellow Papers Were to Blame.” Philadelphia Inquirer 9 Sept. 1901 v145n71: p. 5. VIEW

 

 C., J.

SEE J. C.

 

 C. L. Kneisley

“Valley of Virginia.” Richmond Dispatch 15 Sept. 1901 n15727: p. 5. VIEW

 

 C. L. Pershing

 

 C. L. Pershing (public addresses)

Pershing, C. L. “The Importance to the Community of Provision for the Feeble-Minded.” Colorado Medicine Mar. 1921 v18n3: pp. 60-62. VIEW

 

 C. P. Wilkinson

 

 C. P. Wilkinson (public addresses)

“Official Report of the Proceedings of the Twenty-Ninth Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association.” Public Health Papers and Reports 1902 v27: pp. 319-76. VIEW

“Twenty-Ninth Annual Session of the American Health Association.” Philadelphia Medical Journal 12 Oct. 1901 v8n15: pp. 600-01. VIEW

 

 C. Walter Calloway

“Witnessed the Shooting.” Wilmington Daily Republican 7 Sept. 1901: p. 1. VIEW

 

 cabinet (McKinley)

SEE McKinley cabinet

 

 Cable, George Washington

SEE George Washington Cable

 

 cablegrams

SEE telegrams

 

 Caffery, Donelson

SEE Donelson Caffery

 

 Cairns, Frank S.

SEE Frank S. Cairns

 

 Caldwell, Samuel

SEE Samuel Caldwell

 

 Caleb Harvey

“Died from Grief.” Burlington Hawk-Eye 27 Sept. 1901 v63n94: p. 2. VIEW

 

 Calloway, C. Walter

SEE C. Walter Calloway

 

 Calteaux, Teresa Casey

SEE Teresa Casey Calteaux

 

 Candid Kozlowski

“From Neighboring States.” Professional World 8 Nov. 1901 v1n2: p. [2]. VIEW

 

 Canfield, H. S.

SEE H. S. Canfield

 

 Canton, OH

“Canton Has Martyr Dead.” Norfolk Weekly News-Journal 20 Sept. 1901: p. 5. VIEW

Everett, Marshall. “The Sad Journey to Canton” [chapter 37]. Complete Life of William McKinley and Story of His Assassination. Memorial ed. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 381-86. VIEW

“The Last Requiem.” Evening Bulletin 20 Sept. 1901 v20n256: p. 1. VIEW

 

 Canton, OH (poetry)

Forwood, J. L. “President McKinley’s Farewell to Canton.” After Hours. Chester: Press of the Chester Times, 1922: pp. 101-08. VIEW

 

 Cantrill, James E.

SEE James E. Cantrill

 

 capital punishment

SEE death penalty

 

 Carey, Joseph

SEE Joseph Carey

 

 Carlos F. MacDonald

SEE ALSO Czolgosz physicians

[untitled]. Southern Mercury 9 Jan. 1902 v22n2: p. 8. VIEW

“Czolgosz’s State of Mind.” Burlington Hawk-Eye 22 Sept. 1901 v63n89: p. 1. VIEW

 

 Carlos F. MacDonald (public statements)

“Condition Very Grave, Say Local Physicians.” World 13 Sept. 1901 v42n14633: p. 3. VIEW

Steep, Thomas W. “Czolgosz’s Last Hours and Death.” Buffalo Courier 29 Oct. 1901 v66n302: pp. 1-2. VIEW

 

 Carlos Martínez Silva

“The Return of Diplomats.” Washington Times 9 Sept. 1901 n2661: p. 2. VIEW

 

 Carlos Martínez Silva (public statements)

“The Return of Diplomats.” Washington Times 9 Sept. 1901 n2661: p. 2. VIEW

 

 Carman, Albert

SEE Albert Carman

 

 Carnation Day

SEE ALSO Carnation League of America

SEE ALSO McKinley Day

SEE ALSO McKinley Memorial Day

SEE ALSO McKinley memorialization

“Additional Editorials.” Christian Advocate 5 Feb. 1903 v78n6: p. 224. VIEW

“Carnation Day.” Bridgeport Evening Farmer 29 Jan. 1917 v53n25: p. 6. VIEW

“Carnation Day Commemorates Birth of William McKinley.” Bridgeport Evening Farmer 29 Jan. 1916 v52n25: p. 6. VIEW

“Current Topics.” Youth’s Companion 26 Jan. 1905 v79n4: p. 42. VIEW

 

 Carnation League of America

SEE ALSO Carnation Day

“Current Topics.” Youth’s Companion 26 Jan. 1905 v79n4: p. 42. VIEW

Olcott, Charles S. “The McKinley Monuments” [appendix 3]. The Life of William McKinley. Vol. 2. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1916: pp. 389-95. VIEW

 

 Carnrite, James

SEE James Carnrite

 

 Caro Blymyer Dawes

“Failing.” Plymouth Tribune 12 Dec. 1901 v1n10: p. 1. VIEW

 

 Carpenter, Julia W.

SEE Julia W. Carpenter

 

 Carr, William P.

SEE William P. Carr

 

 Carroll Cook

“Salmagundi.” Weekly Independent 11 Oct. 1901 v35n41: p. [3]. VIEW

 

 Carroll J. Waddell

“President McKinley’s Last Photograph.” Photographic Times Nov. 1901 v33n11: p. 527. VIEW

 

 Carry A. Nation

Nation, Carry A. “Chapter XVI.” The Use and Need of the Life of Carry A. Nation. Rev. ed. Topeka: F. M. Steves and Sons, 1909: pp. 233-45. VIEW

“Note and Comment.” Truth Seeker 14 Sept. 1901 v28n37: p. 577. VIEW

“Note and Comment.” Truth Seeker 21 Sept. 1901 v28n38: p. 593. VIEW

“Note and Comment.” Truth Seeker 5 Oct. 1901 v28n40: p. 625. VIEW

“Worse Than Goldman.” Plymouth Republican 19 Sept. 1901 v45n44: p. [4?]. VIEW

 

 Carry A. Nation (public statements)

Nation, Carry A. “Chapter XVI.” The Use and Need of the Life of Carry A. Nation. Rev. ed. Topeka: F. M. Steves and Sons, 1909: pp. 233-45. VIEW

“Worse Than Goldman.” Plymouth Republican 19 Sept. 1901 v45n44: p. [4?]. VIEW

 

 Carsh, Charles

SEE Charles Carsh

 

 Carter H. Harrison, Jr.

 

 Carter H. Harrison, Jr. (public statements)

“Deny Bail to Anarchists.” Chicago Daily Tribune 10 Sept. 1901 v60n253: part 1, p. 1. VIEW

 

 cartoonists (editorial cartoons)

Wing, Frank. “Two of a Kind.” St. Paul Globe 18 Sept. 1901 v24n261: p. 1. VIEW

 

 Cary, Alice

SEE Alice Cary

 

 The Case of President McKinley

[untitled]. Nashville Journal of Medicine and Surgery Oct. 1901 v90n4: p. 185. VIEW

“Notes and Comments.” North American Journal of Homœopathy Nov. 1901 v49n11: pp. 693-96. VIEW

 

 Caserio, Sante Geronimo

SEE Sante Geronimo Caserio

 

 Casey, Margaret

SEE Margaret Casey

 

 Casey, Mary

SEE Mary Casey

 

 casket

SEE McKinley casket

 

 Caspar Limbach

“Persecuted by Neighbors, Limbach Kills Himself.” Norwich Bulletin 9 Feb. 1910 v52n34: p. 1. VIEW

 

 Caspar Limbach (death)

“Persecuted by Neighbors, Limbach Kills Himself.” Norwich Bulletin 9 Feb. 1910 v52n34: p. 1. VIEW

 

 Casteel, C. F.

 

 Catherwood, Mary Hartwell

SEE Mary Hartwell Catherwood

 

 Catterson, T. L.

SEE T. L. Catterson

 

 cause of death (McKinley)

SEE William McKinley (death, cause of)

 

 Cawein, Madison

SEE Madison Cawein

 

 Cecil, Florence

SEE Florence Cecil

 

 Cecil Rhodes (compared with Czolgosz)

SEE Leon Czolgosz (compared with Cecil Rhodes)

 

 censorship

SEE freedom of speech

SEE the press (censorship)

 

 Cesare Lombroso

[untitled]. Allegany County Republican 4 Oct. 1901 v81n40: p. [?]. VIEW

 

 Chaffee, Adna Romanza

SEE Adna Romanza Chaffee

 

 Challenge

Hoke, George M. “Lawyer Hoke’s Tale of Woe.” Challenge 5 Oct. 1901 n39: p. 8. VIEW

Wilshire, H. Gaylord. [untitled]. Challenge 5 Oct. 1901 n39: pp. 8-9. VIEW

 

 Chamberlain, Clarence

SEE Clarence Chamberlain

 

 Chandler, Charles F.

SEE Charles F. Chandler

 

 Chandler, Frank M.

SEE Frank M. Chandler

 

 Channing, Walter

SEE Walter Channing

 

 Chapin, Charles

SEE Charles Chapin

 

 Chapman, W. H.

SEE W. H. Chapman

 

 character of McKinley

SEE William McKinley (personal character)

SEE William McKinley (political character)

SEE William McKinley (presidential character)

SEE William McKinley (religious character)

 

 character of Roosevelt

SEE Theodore Roosevelt (personal character)

SEE Theodore Roosevelt (political character)

SEE Theodore Roosevelt (presidential character)

SEE Theodore Roosevelt (religious character)

 

 Charles A. Orr

 

 Charles A. Orr (public statements)

“G. A. R. Services in the Temple of Music.” Buffalo Review 17 Sept. 1901 v19n87: p. 6. VIEW

 

 Charles B. Lane

“Local Mention.” Phillipsburg Herald 9 Oct. 1901 v22n50: p. [3]. VIEW

 

 Charles Britton

“Mob Seeks Man Who Wants to Name His Baby Czolgosz.” Chicago Daily Tribune 28 Oct. 1901 v60n301: part 1, p. 1. VIEW

 

 Charles C. Moore

Moore, Charles C. “His Accidency.” Blue Grass Blade 5 Jan. 1902 v10n46: p. 2. VIEW

 

 Charles Carsh

“Farmer Tarred and Feathered.” Valentine Democrat 26 Sept. 1901 v16n36: p. [2]. VIEW

 

 Charles Chapin

Chapin, Charles. “Breaking into Park Row” [chapter 8]. Charles Chapin’s Story. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1920: pp. 155-71. VIEW

 

 Charles D. Williams

[untitled]. Public 21 Sept. 1901 v4n181: pp. 369-72. VIEW

 

 Charles E. Cheney

“C. E. Cheney.” Alpena Evening News 9 Sept. 1901 v3n34: p. 1. VIEW

 

 Charles E. Grove

 

 Charles E. Grove (public statements)

“His Chances Poor.” Spokesman-Review 8 Sept. 1901 v19n85: p. 9. VIEW

 

 Charles E. McMaster

“Auburn Chief Talks of Assassin.” Evening Telegram [Syracuse] 27 Sept. 1901 v45n35: p. 6. VIEW

 

 Charles E. McMaster (public statements)

“Auburn Chief Talks of Assassin.” Evening Telegram [Syracuse] 27 Sept. 1901 v45n35: p. 6. VIEW

 

 Charles E. Sherman

[untitled]. Mohave County Miner 28 Sept. 1901 v19n50: p. [3]. VIEW

 

 Charles E. Thornton

“He Saw the Assassin.” Sunday Journal 8 Sept. 1901 v51n251: part 1, p. 10. VIEW

 

 Charles E. Thornton (public statements)

“He Saw the Assassin.” Sunday Journal 8 Sept. 1901 v51n251: part 1, p. 10. VIEW

 

 Charles E. Walton

 

 Charles E. Walton (public addresses)

“Notes.” Clinical Reporter Nov. 1901 v14n11: pp. 440-45. VIEW

 

 Charles Edward Locke

“At the Milburn House.” New-York Tribune 16 Sept. 1901 v61n20028: pp. 1-2. VIEW

 

 Charles Edward Locke (prayers)

“At the Milburn House.” New-York Tribune 16 Sept. 1901 v61n20028: pp. 1-2. VIEW

 

 Charles Edward Locke (public statements)

“She Bears Her Grief Bravely.” Buffalo Sunday News 15 Sept. 1901 v28n45: p. [?]. VIEW

 

 Charles Emory Smith

SEE ALSO McKinley cabinet

“Probing for the Bullets.” Chicago Daily News 6 Sept. 1901 v26n214: part 1, p. 1. VIEW

 

 Charles Emory Smith (photographs)

“Charles Emory Smith.” Memorial Life of William McKinley. By G. W. Townsend. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: [unnumbered plate]. VIEW

 

 Charles Emory Smith (public addresses)

“M’Kinley Memorial Services at Albany.” New York Times 5 Mar. 1902 v51n16274: p. 8. VIEW

 

 Charles Emory Smith (public statements)

“Memorials to McKinley: Monuments That Have Been, and Are to Be, Erected in Honor of the Slain President.” Craftsman Oct. 1905 v9: pp. 23-35. VIEW

 

 Charles Evans Hughes

 

 Charles Evans Hughes (public addresses)

“Dedication of the McKinley Monument.” New York Observer 19 Sept. 1907 v85n38: p. 360. VIEW

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. VIEW

 

 Charles F. Chandler

 

 Charles F. Chandler (public statements)

[untitled]. Hawaiian Gazette 12 Nov. 1901 v36n99: p. 8. VIEW

 

 Charles F. Cortright

[untitled]. Madison County Times 13 Sept. 1901 v32n7: p. [3]. VIEW

 

 Charles F. La Fon

“Loquacious LaFon.” Evening Star [Washington, DC] 13 Sept. 1901 n15148: p. 6. VIEW

 

 Charles G. Dawes

“Comptroller Dawes Arrives.” Youngstown Vindicator 14 Sept. 1901 v13n12: p. 2. VIEW

“Failing.” Plymouth Tribune 12 Dec. 1901 v1n10: p. 1. VIEW

 

 Charles G. Dawes (telegrams)

“Secretary Gage Is Confident.” Iowa State Register 10 Sept. 1901 v46n213: p. 1. VIEW

 

 Charles G. Pease

“Dr. Pease Assails Nicotine, but Doesn’t Rebuke Senate.” New York Tribune 7 Feb. 1921 v80n27112: p. 3. VIEW

“Short Cuts.” Evening Public Ledger 8 Feb. 1921 v7n126: p. 8. VIEW

 

 Charles G. Pease (public statements)

“Dr. Pease Assails Nicotine, but Doesn’t Rebuke Senate.” New York Tribune 7 Feb. 1921 v80n27112: p. 3. VIEW

 

 Charles H. Bailey

“[Bailey, Charles H.].” Our County and Its People. Ed. Truman C. White. Vol. 2. [n.p.]: Boston History, 1898: part 3, pp. 110-11. VIEW

 

 Charles H. Dolbeer

“Conditions Favorable.” Spirit of the Times 9 Sept. 1901 v83n106: p. 1. VIEW

 

 Charles H. Hackley

Malloch, Douglas. “The First McKinley Statue.” National Magazine July 1902 v16n4: pp. 398-401. VIEW

 

 Charles H. Parkhurst

 

 Charles H. Parkhurst (public statements)

“Our Monthly Talk.” Medical World Nov. 1901 v19n11: pp. 493-96, 18. VIEW

 

 Charles H. Taylor

 

 Charles H. Taylor (public statements)

Chapple, Joe Mitchell. “Affairs at Washington.” National Magazine Oct. 1901 v15n1: pp. 5-30. VIEW

 

 Charles Henry Fowler

 

 Charles Henry Fowler (public addresses)

Fowler, Charles Henry. “William McKinley.” Patriotic Orations. Ed. Carl Hitchcock Fowler. New York: Eaton and Mains, 1910: pp. 189-244. VIEW

 

 Charles J. Bonaparte

 

 Charles J. Bonaparte (public addresses)

Bonaparte, Charles J. “Anarchism and Its Remedy.” Maryland Law Review Dec. 1901 v1n1: pp. 6-9. VIEW

 

 Charles J. Close

 

 Charles J. Close (public statements)

“Charles J. Close a Witness of the Shooting.” Buffalo Evening News 7 Sept. 1901 v42n127: p. 8. VIEW

 

 Charles J. Guiteau

[untitled]. Shepherdstown Register 31 Oct. 1901 v36n51: p. [2]. VIEW

“Czolgosz’s Bones to Be in Museum.” Chicago Sunday Tribune 13 Oct. 1901 v60n286: part 7, p. 51. VIEW

Mills, Charles K. “Political Assassinations in Some of Their Relations to Psychiatry and Legal Medicine.” Philadelphia Medical Journal 26 Oct. 1901 v8n17: pp. 688-92. VIEW

Pershing, C. L. “The Importance to the Community of Provision for the Feeble-Minded.” Colorado Medicine Mar. 1921 v18n3: pp. 60-62. VIEW

“What Moved Czolgosz.” New-York Tribune 9 Sept. 1901 v61n20021: p. 1. VIEW

 

 Charles J. Guiteau (compared with Czolgosz)

SEE Leon Czolgosz (compared with Guiteau)

 

 Charles J. Guiteau (trial)

“This Trial May Be Shorter.” St. John Daily Sun 24 Sept. 1901 v24n229: p. 4. VIEW

 

 Charles J. Guiteau (trial: compared with Czolgosz trial)

SEE Leon Czolgosz (trial: compared with Guiteau trial)

 

 Charles J. P. Lucas

 

 Charles J. P. Lucas (public statements)

“Boston Witness’s Story.” New York Times 8 Sept. 1901 v50n16121: part 1, p. 2. VIEW

 

 Charles McBurney

SEE ALSO McKinley physicians

[untitled]. Black and White Budget 28 Sept. 1901 v6n103: p. 12. VIEW

“Dr. M’Burney Arrives.” St. Paul Globe 9 Sept. 1901 v24n252: p. 1. VIEW

“Medical Science—Our Late President.” Physical Culture Oct. 1901 v6n1: pp. C-F. VIEW

“Recovery Not Barred.” New York Times 8 Sept. 1901 v50n16121: part 1, p. 2. VIEW

“Solid Food Given to the President.” Brooklyn Daily Eagle 12 Sept. 1901 v61n253: p. 1. VIEW

 

 Charles McBurney (photographs)

SEE ALSO McKinley physicians (photographs)

“Dr. Charles M’Burney.” American Monthly Review of Reviews Oct. 1901 v24n4: p. 421. VIEW

 

 Charles McBurney (public statements)

[untitled]. Black and White Budget 28 Sept. 1901 v6n103: p. 12. VIEW

“Dr. M’Burney Suspects the Bullet Had Been Poisoned.” Pittsburgh Commercial Gazette 16 Sept. 1901 v116n43: p. 1. VIEW

“Solid Food Given to the President.” Brooklyn Daily Eagle 12 Sept. 1901 v61n253: p. 1. VIEW

“Told of Czolgosz.” Afro-American-Ledger 14 Sept. 1901 v10n6: p. [2]. VIEW

 

 Charles McKay

“Was Nearby When the President Was Shot.” Evening Telegram [Providence] 12 Sept. 1901 v44n72: p. 10. VIEW

 

 Charles Miller

“Will Not Kill Any One.” Cleveland Leader 16 Sept. 1901 v54n259: p. 7. VIEW

 

 Charles N. Sargent

“Saw McKinley Assassination.” Butte Inter Mountain 2 Nov. 1901 v21n190: p. 6. VIEW

 

 Charles Ogilvy

 

 Charles Ogilvy (public statements)

“Condition Very Grave, Say Local Physicians.” World 13 Sept. 1901 v42n14633: p. 3. VIEW

 

 Charles Pullman

 

 Charles Pullman (public statements)

“A Prophetic Utterance.” Manila Times 15 Oct. 1901 v2n178: p. 4. VIEW

 

 Charles Richardson

“One Man Pleased.” Pittsburgh Commercial Gazette 7 Sept. 1901 v116n36: p. 4. VIEW

 

 Charles T. Thompson

“Fell Like a Pall.” Minneapolis Journal 9 Sept. 1901: p. 7. VIEW

 

 Charles T. Thompson (public statements)

“Fell Like a Pall.” Minneapolis Journal 9 Sept. 1901: p. 7. VIEW

 

 Charles T. Walker

 

 Charles T. Walker (public addresses)

Floyd, Silas Xavier. “Extracts from Orations and Addresses” [chapter 17]. Life of Charles T. Walker, D. D. Nashville: National Baptist Publishing Board, 1902: pp. 138-54. VIEW

 

 Charles W. Eliot

 

 Charles W. Eliot (public statements)

“The World’s Sympathy.” Outlook 14 Sept. 1901 v69n2: p. 97. VIEW

 

 Charles W. Fairbanks

“Roosevelt Sworn in Already?” Toledo Bee 14 Sept. 1901 v26: p. 7. VIEW

Smith, William Henry. “The Assassination of President McKinley” [chapter 11]. The Life and Speeches of Hon. Charles Warren Fairbanks. Indianapolis: Wm. B. Burford, 1904: pp. 154-61. VIEW

 

 Charles W. Fairbanks (public addresses)

Smith, William Henry. “The Assassination of President McKinley” [chapter 11]. The Life and Speeches of Hon. Charles Warren Fairbanks. Indianapolis: Wm. B. Burford, 1904: pp. 154-61. VIEW

 

 Charles W. Fairbanks (public statements)

Smith, William Henry. “The Assassination of President McKinley” [chapter 11]. The Life and Speeches of Hon. Charles Warren Fairbanks. Indianapolis: Wm. B. Burford, 1904: pp. 154-61. VIEW

 

 Charles Weathers Bump

Bump, Charles Weathers. “Inside the British Museum.” By Rail or Water: Facts of Interest to Travelers and Importers. By Arthur W. Robson. 1907 ed. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1906: 55-57. VIEW

 

 Charlotte Observer

Avery, Isaac Erwin. “In and About a Newspaper Office” [chapter 1]. Idle Comments. Charlotte: Stone Publishing, 1912: pp. 1-19. VIEW

 

 Chauncey M. Depew

Depew, Chauncey M. “William McKinley” [chapter 13]. My Memories of Eighty Years. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1922: pp. 147-57. VIEW

 

 Chauncey M. Depew (interviews)

Depew, Chauncey M. “Interview on Return from Buffalo, September 15, 1901, after the Assassination of President Mc Kinley” [sic]. Orations, Addresses and Speeches of Chauncey M. Depew. Ed. John Denison Champlin. Vol. 8. New York: [n.p.], 1910: pp. 282-86. VIEW

 

 Chauncey M. Depew (public addresses)

Depew, Chauncey M. “Address at the Pan-American Exposition at Buffalo, N.Y., on Railroad Day, September 28, 1901.” Orations, Addresses and Speeches of Chauncey M. Depew. Ed. John Denison Champlin. Vol. 8. New York: [n.p.], 1910: pp. 40-50. VIEW

 

 Cheney, Charles E.

SEE Charles E. Cheney

 

 Chicago Chronicle

Harman, Moses. “‘The Ultimate of Anarchy.’” Lucifer, the Light-Bearer 5 Oct. 1901 v5n38 (3rd series): pp. 308-09. VIEW

Harman, Moses. “Who Are Anarchists?” Lucifer, the Light-Bearer 28 Sept. 1901 v5n37 (3rd series): p. 301. VIEW

 

 Chicago Commons

Conant, R. Warren. “Anarchism at Close Quarters.” Arena Oct. 1902 v28n4: pp. 337-45. VIEW

 

 Chicago Daily News

“Daily News Extra Is the First.” Chicago Daily News 6 Sept. 1901 v26n214: part 1, p. 1. VIEW

 

 Chicago House Wrecking Company

“A New Business.” Semi-Weekly Messenger 24 Oct. 1902 v35n82: p. 5. VIEW

 

 Chiquita

“Burst into Tears.” Buffalo Evening News 7 Sept. 1901 v42n127: p. [?]. VIEW

 

 Choate, Joseph H.

SEE Joseph H. Choate

 

 Christian Endeavor Society

“Prayer for President.” Buffalo Evening News 7 Sept. 1901 v42n127: p. [?]. VIEW

 

 Christian Fenger

 

 Christian Fenger (public statements)

“Professional Opinions of Prominent Surgeons Regarding the President’s Wounds.” Philadelphia Medical Journal 14 Sept. 1901 v8n11: pp. 438-39. VIEW

 

 Christian Rath

“Executed Lincoln’s Murderers.” San Juan County Index 8 Nov. 1901 v12n41: p. [3]. VIEW

 

 Christian Science

Eddy, Mary Baker. “Mrs. Eddy Explains.” Burlington Hawk-Eye 4 Oct. 1901 v63n100: p. 2. VIEW

“In Brief.” Congregationalist and Christian World 14 Sept. 1901 v86n37: p. 382. VIEW

 

 Christianity

Harman, Moses. [untitled]. Lucifer, the Light-Bearer 16 Oct. 1901 v5n40 (3rd series): p. 326. VIEW

 

 Christine Leete Collins

 

 Christine Leete Collins (public addresses)

Collins, Christine Leete. “In Memoriam.” Prose Sketches and Verse. San Francisco: Blair-Murdock, 1913: pp. 22-23. VIEW

 

 chronologies (McKinley)

SEE William McKinley (chronologies)

 

 chronologies (Roosevelt)

SEE Theodore Roosevelt (chronologies)

 

 Ciancabilla, Giuseppe

SEE Giuseppe Ciancabilla

 

 Circolo di Studi Sociali

“Note di Propaganda.” Cronaca Sovversiva 7 Sept. 1907 v5n36: p. [4]. VIEW

 

 circulars (U.S. Department of State, 14 September 1901)

“President McKinley: What the World Thought of Him.” Outlook 21 Sept. 1901 v69n3: pp. 162-65. VIEW

 

 City Hall (Buffalo, NY: curiosity seekers)

“Curious Crowds at City Hall.” Buffalo Sunday News 29 Sept. 1901 v28n47: p. 3. VIEW

“Relatives Talk with Murderer.” Post Express 25 Sept. 1901 v43n92: p. 1. VIEW

 

 Clancy, Edward P.

SEE Edward P. Clancy

 

 Clarence Chamberlain

“Traitor Hanged in Effigy.” Iowa State Register 17 Sept. 1901 v46n219: p. 5. VIEW

 

 Clarence M. Jones

“Editor Nearly Lynched for Attacking M’Kinley.” Atlanta Constitution 15 Sept. 1901 v34: part 1, p. 3. VIEW

 

 Clarence W. Briggs

“Handcuffs Worn by Czolgosz Now in Malone.” Commercial Advertiser 11 Feb. 1913 v40n47: p. [8]. VIEW

 

 Clarence W. Sessions

 

 Clarence W. Sessions (public statements)

Malloch, Douglas. “The First McKinley Statue.” National Magazine July 1902 v16n4: pp. 398-401. VIEW

 

 Clark Bell

 

 Clark Bell (public addresses)

Bell, Clark. “Inaugural Address as President of the Medico-Legal Society.” Medico-Legal Studies. Vol. 7. New York: Medico-Legal Journal, 1902: pp. 273-80. VIEW

 

 Clark, E. Warren

SEE E. Warren Clark

 

 Clark, Frederick M.

SEE Frederick M. Clark

 

 Clarke, Elisha P.

SEE Elisha P. Clarke

 

 Clarke, Hattie Tucker

SEE Hattie Tucker Clarke

 

 Clearing House Committee

SEE McKinley assassination (impact on economy)

SEE Wall Street

 

 Clemens, Samuel

SEE Mark Twain

 

 Cleveland, Grover

SEE Grover Cleveland

 

 Cleveland, OH

“Interior Agency.” Seventy-Eighth Annual Report of the American Tract Society. New York: American Tract Society, [1903]: pp. 90-106. VIEW

 

 Cline, C. C.

SEE C. C. Cline

 

 Clinton Colegrove

Colegrove, Clinton. “A Narrative of the President’s Assassination by Dr. Colegrove of Holland, Who Was Present in the Temple of Music at the Time of the Tragedy.” Randolph Register 20 Sept. 1901 v37n20: p. [?]. VIEW

“First in Line Day President Was Shot.” Buffalo Evening News 13 Sept. 1901 v42n132: p. [?]. VIEW

 

 Close, Charles J.

SEE Charles J. Close

 

 Clyde M. Allen

 

 Clyde M. Allen (public statements)

“Why Anarchy Is Rampant.” Iowa State Register 11 Sept. 1901 v46n214: p. 3. VIEW

 

 Coasler, Victor F.

SEE Victor F. Coasler

 

 coffin

SEE McKinley casket

 

 Colegrove, Clinton

SEE Clinton Colegrove

 

 Coley, William B.

SEE William B. Coley

 

 Colgate, James C.

SEE James C. Colgate

 

 Collier’s Weekly

[untitled]. Punxsutawney Spirit 31 Oct. 1906 v1n39: p. [4]. VIEW

“He Apparently Doesn’t Love Roosevelt.” Bemidji Daily Pioneer 27 Sept. 1910 v8n138: p. [2]. VIEW

 

 Collins, Christine Leete

SEE Christine Leete Collins

 

 Collins, Cornelius V.

SEE Cornelius V. Collins

 

 Colt, Le Baron Bradford

SEE Le Baron Bradford Colt

 

 Comet Encke

SEE Encke’s Comet

 

 commercial exchanges

SEE ALSO McKinley assassination (impact on economy)

SEE ALSO stock exchanges

SEE ALSO Wall Street

“Items About Banks, Bankers and Trust Co’s.” Commercial and Financial Chronicle 21 Sept. 1901 v73n1891: pp. 589-91. VIEW

 

 condolences

SEE William McKinley (condolences)

 

 confession (Czolgosz)

SEE Leon Czolgosz (confession)

 

 Connell, A. J.

SEE A. J. Connell

 

 The Conspiracy Against Free Speech and Free Press [pamphlet]

[notice]. Free Society 16 Feb. 1902 v9n7: p. 7. VIEW

 

 conspiracy investigation

SEE McKinley assassination (investigation of conspiracy)

 

 conspiracy theories

SEE McKinley assassination (conspiracy theories)

 

 convalescence (McKinley)

SEE William McKinley (activity, conversations, etc. during recovery)

SEE William McKinley (recovery)

 

 Converse, N. Jesse

SEE N. Jesse Converse

 

 Cook, Carroll

SEE Carroll Cook

 

 Cook County Democracy

“Democrats Considerate of President.” Iowa State Register 10 Sept. 1901 v46n213: p. 1. VIEW

 

 Cooley, Edwin G.

SEE Edwin G. Cooley

 

 Coon, William H.

SEE William H. Coon

 

 Cora Burrell

“How the News Was Received in Canisteo.” Times-Republican [Canisteo] 11 Sept. 1901 v26n37: p. 1. VIEW

 

 Cordello C. Herrick

 

 Cordello C. Herrick (public addresses)

“Auburn Prison.” Star [Reynoldsville] 8 June 1904 v13n5: p. [5]. VIEW

 

 Corinne Roosevelt Robinson

Robinson, Corinne Roosevelt. “How the Path Led to the White House” [chapter 10]. My Brother Theodore Roosevelt. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1921: pp. 194-205. VIEW

 

 Cornelius L. Twing

“Notes and Remarks.” Ave Maria 28 Sept. 1901 v53n13: pp. 406-09. [excerpt 1 of 3] VIEW

 

 Cornelius V. Collins

 

 Cornelius V. Collins (public statements)

“Destroyed by Acid.” Phillipsburg Herald 2 Nov. 1901 v23n1: p. 1. VIEW

“Reform and Not Revenge.” Troy Times 27 Feb. 1917 v61: p. [?]. VIEW

 

 Cornelius Woelfkin

 

 Cornelius Woelfkin (sermons)

Woelfkin, Cornelius. “Sermon.” William McKinley: Character Sketches of America’s Martyred Chieftain. Comp. Charles E. Benedict. New York: Blanchard Press, [1901?]: pp. 91-94. VIEW

 

 Corner, George E.

SEE George E. Corner

 

 Corning, J. Leonard

SEE J. Leonard Corning

 

 corpse (McKinley)

SEE William McKinley (remains)

 

 Corrigan, Michael

SEE Michael Corrigan

 

 Cortelyou, George B.

SEE George B. Cortelyou

 

 Cortright, Charles F.

SEE Charles F. Cortright

 

 Coulson, W. J.

SEE W. J. Coulson

 

 courtrooms (Buffalo, NY)

“Curious Crowds at City Hall.” Buffalo Sunday News 29 Sept. 1901 v28n47: p. 3. VIEW

 

 courtrooms (Buffalo, NY: illustrations)

Powers, T. E. “Court-Room Scene during the Trial of President M’Kinley’s Assassin.” World 23 Sept. 1901: p. 2. VIEW

 

 courtrooms (Buffalo, NY: photographs)

“Supreme Court Room, Buffalo, Where Czolgosz Will Be Tried To-Day.” Philadelphia Record 23 Sept. 1901 n10795: p. 1. VIEW

 

 Cowell, William

SEE William Cowell

 

 Cowherd, William S.

SEE William S. Cowherd

 

 Cowles, John G. W.

SEE John G. W. Cowles

 

 Craig, Harry

 

 Crane, Frank

SEE Frank Crane

 

 Cranston, Earl

SEE Earl Cranston

 

 Crego, Floyd S.

SEE Floyd S. Crego

 

 Crichton-Browne, James

SEE James Crichton-Browne

 

 crime (dealing with)

Hunnicutt, W. L. C. “One Lesson from the Assassination of President McKinley.” Atlanta Constitution 16 Sept. 1901 v34: p. 6. VIEW

“Is Crime Infectious?” Medical Bulletin Sept. 1907 v29n9: pp. 349-50. VIEW

Marsh, Daniel L. “Two Supreme Foes of the People, and One Supreme Privilege” [chapter 5]. The Challenge of Pittsburgh. New York: Missionary Education Movement of the United States and Canada, 1917: pp. 145-83. VIEW

McSwain, I. A. “Man—The Product of Two Forces.” Memphis Medical Monthly Dec. 1901 v21n12: pp. 617-28. VIEW

Rev. of The Science of Penology, by Henry M. Boies. Nation 26 Dec. 1901 v73n1904: p. 500. VIEW

 

 criminals

“Anarchy vs. Insanity.” Northwestern Lancet 15 Sept. 1901 v21n18: pp. 384-85. VIEW

“Auburn Prison.” Star [Reynoldsville] 8 June 1904 v13n5: p. [5]. VIEW

Lee, Edward Wallace. “Bodily Ailments Responsible for Crime.” New York Herald 9 Mar. 1902 n23939: sect. 5, p. 12. VIEW

Morris, John A. “A Psychic View of Anarchy.” Mind Feb. 1902 v9n5: pp. 330-35. VIEW

 

 criminals (dealing with)

Harman, Moses. “Queries.” Lucifer, the Light-Bearer 16 Oct. 1901 v5n40 (3rd series): p. 323. VIEW

Holt, Henry. “The Treatment of Anarchism.” American Monthly Review of Reviews Feb. 1902 v25n2: pp. 192-200. VIEW

“Insanity and Crime.” New England Medical Monthly Dec. 1901 v20n12: p. 491. VIEW

“Note and Comment.” Truth Seeker 28 Sept. 1901 v28n39: p. 609. VIEW

Smith, F. S. Key. “Our New Problem—An Old Idea Enlarged Upon.” Albany Law Journal Dec. 1901 v63n12: pp. 451-54. VIEW

“What Shall We Do with Our Anarchisls?” [sic] Denver Medical Times Oct. 1901 v21n4: pp. 194-95. VIEW

 

 criminals (study of)

[untitled]. Canada Law Journal 15 Oct. 1901 v37n19: pp. 717-18. VIEW

[untitled]. Central Law Journal 4 Oct. 1901 v53n14: p. 261. VIEW

“The Physical Stigmata of the Criminal.” Philadelphia Medical Journal 16 Nov. 1901 v8n20: p. 797. VIEW

“Secretary’s Table.” Bulletin of the American Academy of Medicine Oct. 1901 v5n8: pp. 672-73. VIEW

 

 criminals (treatment)

[untitled]. Canada Law Journal 15 Oct. 1901 v37n19: pp. 717-18. VIEW

[untitled]. Central Law Journal 4 Oct. 1901 v53n14: p. 261. VIEW

Lee, Edward Wallace. “Bodily Ailments Responsible for Crime.” New York Herald 9 Mar. 1902 n23939: sect. 5, p. 12. VIEW

 

 Croes, J. James R.

SEE J. James R. Croes

 

 Cronin, Mike

SEE Mike Cronin

 

 Crooks, E. A.

SEE E. A. Crooks

 

 Crosby, Ernest Howard

SEE Ernest Howard Crosby

 

 Cross, Hattie

SEE Hattie Cross

 

 Crosser, John R.

SEE John R. Crosser

 

 Cullom, Shelby M.

SEE Shelby M. Cullom

 

 Cusack, Patrick V.

SEE Patrick V. Cusack

 

 Cyrus Edson

 

 Cyrus Edson (public statements)

“Condition Very Grave, Say Local Physicians.” World 13 Sept. 1901 v42n14633: p. 3. VIEW

 

 Cyrus Northrop

 

 Cyrus Northrop (public addresses)

Northrop, Cyrus. “President McKinley.” Addresses, Educational and Patriotic. Minneapolis: H. W. Wilson, 1910: pp. 459-64. VIEW

 

 Czolgosz [horse]

“Man Killer.” Cheyenne Daily Leader 27 Nov. 1901 v35n357: p. [4]. VIEW

 

 Czolgosz alienists

SEE Czolgosz physicians

 

 Czolgosz, Anarchy, and Roosevelt [pamphlet]

SEE ALSO Czolgosz, McKinley, and Roosevelt [pamphlet]

SEE ALSO Czolgosz, Roosevelt, and Anarchy [pamphlet]

Austin, Kate. “Pen Shots.” Free Society 23 Mar. 1902 v9n12: pp. 4-5. VIEW

 

 Czolgosz, Andrew

SEE Andrew Czolgosz

 

 Czolgosz doctors

SEE Czolgosz physicians

 

 Czolgosz family

SEE ALSO Andrew Czolgosz

SEE ALSO Frank Czolgosz

SEE ALSO Jacob Czolgosz

SEE ALSO John Czolgosz

SEE ALSO Joseph Czolgosz

SEE ALSO Julia Czolgosz

SEE ALSO Katherine Metzfaltr Czolgosz

SEE ALSO Leon Czolgosz

SEE ALSO Leon Czolgosz (family background)

SEE ALSO Mary Czolgosz

SEE ALSO Michael Czolgosz

SEE ALSO Paul Czolgosz

SEE ALSO Thomas Bandowski

SEE ALSO Victoria Czolgosz

SEE ALSO Waldeck Czolgosz

[untitled]. Brownsville Daily Herald 13 May 1903 v11n371: p. [2]. VIEW

[untitled]. Butler Weekly Times 12 Sept. 1912 v34n47: p. [5]. VIEW

[untitled]. Columbia Herald 13 Sept. 1901 v46n36: p. 4. VIEW

[untitled]. Daily Journal [Telluride] 5 Mar. 1902 v8n182: p. [2]. VIEW

[untitled]. Enid Weekly Wave 30 Aug. 1906 v13n35: p. [5]. VIEW

[untitled]. Oklahoma State Capital 17 May 1903 v15n19: p. 12. VIEW

[untitled]. Public 23 May 1903 v6n268: p. 98. VIEW

“Assassin Once of Natrona.” Pittsburg Press 8 Sept. 1901 v18n249: sect. 1, p. 2. VIEW

“Assassin’s Father.” Cleveland Leader 20 Sept. 1901 v54n263: p. 4. VIEW

“Assassin’s Father to Aid.” Afro-American-Ledger 21 Sept. 1901 v10n7: p. [7]. VIEW

Austin, Kate. “The Experts and Their ‘Facts.’” Free Society 9 Mar. 1902 v9n10: pp. 4-5. VIEW

“Born in Michigan, City of Alpena.” St. Louis Post-Dispatch 8 Sept. 1901 v54n18: part 2, p. 4. VIEW

“Brother of McKinley’s Assassin in Trouble.” San Francisco Call 21 Dec. 1907 v103n21: p. 8. VIEW

“Brother Talks of Czolgosz.” Chicago Daily Tribune 11 Sept. 1901 v60n254: part 1, p. 2. VIEW

Channing, Walter. “The Mental Status of Czolgosz, the Assassin of President McKinley.” American Journal of Insanity Oct. 1902 v59n2: pp. 233-78. VIEW

“Crime Is Hated by His Family.” Atlanta Constitution 25 Sept. 1901 v34: p. 3. VIEW

“Czolgosz.” Evening Statesman 19 Oct. 1909: p. 4. VIEW

“Czolgosz.” Stark County Democrat 10 Aug. 1906 v73n17: p. 8. VIEW

“Czolgosz Family Under Parole.” Morning Oregonian 31 May 1907 v46n14501: p. 13. VIEW

“Czolgosz Had Money.” Sun [New York] 10 Sept. 1901 v69n10: p. 8. VIEW

“A Czolgosz in Ashland.” Milwaukee Sentinel 19 Sept. 1901 n23693: p. 2. VIEW

“Czolgosz Is Indignant.” Sandy Creek News 6 June 1907 v37n8: p. [2]. VIEW

“Czolgosz’ Parents Destitute.” Monroe County Mail 26 Sept. 1907 v27n39: p. 4. VIEW

“Czolgosz Says He Had No Aid.” Chicago Sunday Tribune 8 Sept. 1901 v60n251: part 1, pp. 1, 4. VIEW

“Czolgosz Seeks Arrest.” Piano, Organ and Musical Instrument Workers Official Journal Oct. 1909 v11n9: p. 6. VIEW

“Czolgosz Sentenced.” Hopkinsville Kentuckian 5 Sept. 1908 v30n107: p. 8. VIEW

“Czolgosz’s Brother Believed Innocent.” Akron Daily Democrat 11 Sept. 1901 v10n123: p. 1. VIEW

“Dr. George H. Shelton.” Alpena Evening News 12 Sept. 1901 v3n37: p. [4]. VIEW

“Elder Czolgosz Not Involved in a Shooting.” Buffalo Evening News 20 Sept. 1901 v42n137: p. 7. VIEW

“Family Indifferent.” Houston Daily Post 29 Oct. 1901 v17n208: p. 1. VIEW

“Family of the Assassin.” Atlanta Constitution 16 Sept. 1901 v34: p. 1. VIEW

“Gave Czolgasz [sic] an Atomizer.” Cleveland Plain Dealer 23 Sept. 1901 v60n266: p. 4. VIEW

“Has Seven Brothers.” Buffalo Review 7 Sept. 1901 v19n79: p. 1. VIEW

“Hint of a M’Kinley Plot.” Chicago Daily Tribune 23 Sept. 1901 v60n266: p. 2. VIEW

Hodge, O. J. “Czolgosz, the Assassin.” Reminiscences. Vol. 2. Cleveland: Brooks, 1910: pp. 128-30. VIEW

“The Home of Czolgosz.” Cleveland Leader 16 Sept. 1901 v54n259: p. 10. VIEW

“Home of Czolgosz Is In Cleveland.” Cleveland Leader 8 Sept. 1901 v54n251: p. 2. VIEW

“Idlers All.” Laramie Boomerang 13 Sept. 1901 v21n152: p. [6]. VIEW

Jackson, Ada Martin. “A Midnight Struggle.” Gordon League Ballads. 2nd series. London: Skeffington and Son, 1903: pp. 105-07. VIEW

“Knows the Czolgosz Family.” Milwaukee Sentinel 14 Sept. 1901 n23689: p. 3. VIEW

“Leon Czolgosz’ [sic] Brother.” Paducah Evening Sun 14 Dec. 1909 v26n141: p. 12. VIEW

“Leon Czolgosz’s Brother.” Alpena Evening News 10 Sept. 1901 v3n35: p. 1. VIEW

“Local Events.” Alpena Evening News 13 Sept. 1901 v3n38: p. [4]. VIEW

“Mail News.” Poverty Bay Herald 2 Oct. 1906 v33n10784: p. [4]. VIEW

“Not in Alpena.” Alpena Evening News 13 Sept. 1901 v3n38: p. [3]. VIEW

“Ought to Be Strung Up.” Daily Picayune 11 Sept. 1901 v65n230: part 1, p. 2. VIEW

“The Parents of Czolgosz.” Timely Topics 13 Sept. 1901 v6n2: pp. 21-22. VIEW

“The President’s Tour.” Independent 21 Oct. 1909 v67n3177: pp. 897-98. VIEW

“Relatives Talk with Murderer.” Post Express 25 Sept. 1901 v43n92: p. 1. VIEW

“Round-Up of Anarchists Made by the Secret Service.” St. Louis Post-Dispatch 8 Sept. 1901 v54n18: part 2, p. 4. VIEW

“That Anarchist Plot.” News and Courier 24 Sept. 1901: p. 1. VIEW

“Throws Light on Czolgasz” [sic]. Cleveland Plain Dealer 13 Sept. 1901 v60n256: p. 12. VIEW

“To Buffalo under Watchful Eyes.” Cleveland Plain Dealer 24 Sept. 1901 v60n267: pp. 1, 3. VIEW

“Tracing Career of Czolgosz.” Buffalo Evening News 7 Sept. 1901 v42n127: p. [?]. VIEW

“The Unfortunate Czolgosz.” Salt Lake Herald 25 June 1907: p. 4. VIEW

“Wants to See Assassin.” Cleveland Plain Dealer 19 Sept. 1901 v60n262: p. 4. VIEW

“Who He Is.” Alpena Evening News 7 Sept. 1901 v3n33: p. [4]. VIEW

“Will Not Desert Him.” Cleveland Press 14 Sept. 1901 n7249: p. [6]. VIEW

 

 Czolgosz family (arrival at Buffalo, NY: 24 Sept. 1901)

“Trial of President McKiley’s [sic] Murderer.” Enterprise [Lancaster] 25 Sept. 1901 v6n80: p. 1. VIEW

 

 Czolgosz family (at Auburn, NY)

[untitled]. Barre Evening Telegram 23 Nov. 1901 v4n191: p. [2]. VIEW

“Acid Did Its Work.” Auburn Weekly Bulletin 1 Nov. 1901 v20n88: p. 5. VIEW

“Assassin’s Body Now Consumed.” Syracuse Journal 31 Oct. 1901 v57n257: p. [3?]. VIEW

“Czolgosz Taken into the Church.” St. Louis Post-Dispatch 26 Oct. 1901 v54n66: p. 1. VIEW

“Czolgosz’s Father Mourns.” St. Louis Post-Dispatch 27 Oct. 1901 v54n67: part 2, p. 2. VIEW

“Destroyed by Acid.” Phillipsburg Herald 2 Nov. 1901 v23n1: p. 1. VIEW

“Disposal of Czolgosz’s Body.” New York Times 27 Oct. 1901 v51n16163: part 1, p. 5. VIEW

“Does a Ghastly ‘Turn.’” St. Paul Globe 14 Nov. 1901 v24n318: p. 1. VIEW

“Plans a Shaft for Czolgosz.” Chicago Sunday Tribune 27 Oct. 1901 v60n300: part 1, p. 1. VIEW

Steep, Thomas W. “Czolgosz May Never Live to Reach Electric Death Chair.” Buffalo Courier 28 Oct. 1901 v66n301: pp. 1-2. VIEW

Steep, Thomas W. “Czolgosz’s Last Hours and Death.” Buffalo Courier 29 Oct. 1901 v66n302: pp. 1-2. VIEW

 

 Czolgosz family (at Buffalo, NY)

“Crime Is Hated by His Family.” Atlanta Constitution 25 Sept. 1901 v34: p. 3. VIEW

“Kiss Assassin for Last Time.” Atlanta Constitution 26 Sept. 1901 v34: p. 2. VIEW

“Relatives Talk with Murderer.” Post Express 25 Sept. 1901 v43n92: p. 1. VIEW

 

 Czolgosz family (fictionalization)

SEE ALSO Leon Czolgosz (fictionalization)

Babcock, Bernie. “Death to the Cat’s-Paw” [chapter 10]. With Claw and Fang. Indianapolis: Clean Politics Publishing, 1911: pp. 101-12. VIEW

 

 Czolgosz family (house)

SEE Czolgosz residence

 

 Czolgosz family (informed about execution)

“The Czolgosz Family.” Burlington Free Press 31 Oct. 1901 v76n18: p. 2. VIEW

“Parent Hears the News.” Afro-American-Ledger 2 Nov. 1901 v10n13: p. [2]. VIEW

 

 Czolgosz family (informed about McKinley death)

“Heard News with Tears and Cries.” Cleveland Plain Dealer 15 Sept. 1901 v60n258: part 1, p. 5. VIEW

 

 Czolgosz family (interrogation)

SEE ALSO Leon Czolgosz (interrogation)

SEE ALSO Michael Czolgosz (interrogation)

SEE ALSO Paul Czolgosz (interrogation)

SEE ALSO Waldeck Czolgosz (interrogation)

“Crime Is Hated by His Family.” Atlanta Constitution 25 Sept. 1901 v34: p. 3. VIEW

 

 Czolgosz family (photographs)

“The Assassin’s Family at Their Cleveland Home.” Chicago Daily Tribune 9 Sept. 1901 v60n252: part 1, p. 2. VIEW

 

 Czolgosz family (police protection)

“Quick Work of Law.” Burlington Hawk-Eye 15 Sept. 1901 v63n84: p. 2. VIEW

 

 Czolgosz family (public statements)

SEE ALSO Frank Czolgosz (public statements)

SEE ALSO Joseph Czolgosz (public statements)

SEE ALSO Katherine Metzfaltr Czolgosz (public statements)

SEE ALSO Leon Czolgosz (public statements)

SEE ALSO Michael Czolgosz (public statements)

SEE ALSO Paul Czolgosz (public statements)

“The President Shot.” Madison County Times 13 Sept. 1901 v32n7: p. [3]. VIEW

 

 Czolgosz family (retribution against)

“In General and Particular.” Iowa State Register 8 Oct. 1901 v46n237: p. 4. VIEW

“Persecuting the Innocent.” Albany Weekly Herald 19 Oct. 1901 v9n25: p. [6]. VIEW

 

 Czolgosz, Frank

SEE Frank Czolgosz

 

 Czolgosz, Jacob

SEE Jacob Czolgosz

 

 Czolgosz, John

SEE John Czolgosz

 

 Czolgosz, Joseph

SEE Joseph Czolgosz

 

 Czolgosz, Julia

SEE Julia Czolgosz

 

 Czolgosz, Katherine Metzfaltr

SEE Katherine Metzfaltr Czolgosz

 

 Czolgosz, Leon

SEE Leon Czolgosz

 

 Czolgosz, Mary

SEE Mary Czolgosz

 

 Czolgosz, McKinley, and Roosevelt [pamphlet]

SEE ALSO Czolgosz, Anarchy, and Roosevelt [pamphlet]

SEE ALSO Czolgosz, Roosevelt, and Anarchy [pamphlet]

“Czolgosz, McKinley, and Roosevelt.” Free Society 9 Feb. 1902 v9n6: p. 4. VIEW

 

 Czolgosz memorialization

[untitled]. Arizona Republican 21 Dec. 1901 v12n217: p. 2. VIEW

[untitled]. News and Herald 14 May 1902: p. 1. VIEW

“Gives Up Czolgosz Tomb.” Chicago Daily Tribune 28 Oct. 1901 v60n301: part 1, p. 2. VIEW

Harman, Moses. “The Nation’s Crime.” Lucifer, the Light-Bearer 7 Nov. 1901 v5n43 (3rd series): pp. 348-49. VIEW

“No Monument for Czolgosz.” Wichita Daily Eagle 15 Dec. 1901 v36n25: p. 20. VIEW

“Plans a Shaft for Czolgosz.” Chicago Sunday Tribune 27 Oct. 1901 v60n300: part 1, p. 1. VIEW

 

 Czolgosz, Michael

SEE Michael Czolgosz

 

 Czolgosz, Paul

SEE Paul Czolgosz

 

 Czolgosz physicians

SEE ALSO Carlos F. MacDonald

SEE ALSO Floyd S. Crego

SEE ALSO Joseph Fowler

 

 Czolgosz physicians (public statements)

“Echoes and News.” Medical News 9 Nov. 1901 v79n19: pp. 746-52. VIEW

 

 Czolgosz residence

“The Home of Czolgosz.” Cleveland Leader 16 Sept. 1901 v54n259: p. 10. VIEW

“Home of Czolgosz Is In Cleveland.” Cleveland Leader 8 Sept. 1901 v54n251: p. 2. VIEW

 

 Czolgosz residence (photographs)

“The Home of Leon Czolgosz on Fleet-St., Cleveland, Ohio.” New-York Tribune 10 Sept. 1901 v61n20022: p. 3. VIEW

“Leon Czolgosz’s Early Home.” New York Herald 16 Sept. 1901 n23765: p. 7. VIEW

 

 Czolgosz, Roosevelt, and Anarchy [pamphlet]

SEE ALSO Czolgosz, Anarchy, and Roosevelt [pamphlet]

SEE ALSO Czolgosz, McKinley, and Roosevelt [pamphlet]

Isaak, Abraham, Jr. “Splinters.” Free Society 20 Apr. 1902 v9n16: p. 4. VIEW

 

 Czolgosz sympathizers

SEE McKinley assassination (sympathizers)

 

 Czolgosz trial

SEE Leon Czolgosz (trial)

 

 Czolgosz, Victoria

SEE Victoria Czolgosz

 

 Czolgosz, Waldeck

SEE Waldeck Czolgosz

 


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