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 H. A. Knoll

“Edison’s Big X-Ray Machine Ready for Use.” Buffalo Review 9 Sept. 1901 v19n80: p. [6?]. READ

 

 H. A. Knoll (public statements)

“Edison’s Big X-Ray Machine Ready for Use.” Buffalo Review 9 Sept. 1901 v19n80: p. [6?]. READ

 

 Hackett, Frank Warren

SEE Frank Warren Hackett

 

 Hackley, Charles H.

SEE Charles H. Hackley

 

 Haller, Frederick

SEE Frederick Haller

 

 Halser, Frank

SEE Frank Halser

 

 Halstead, Murat

SEE Murat Halstead

 

 Hamilton, Allan McLane

SEE Allan McLane Hamilton

 

 Hamilton, John Marshall

SEE John Marshall Hamilton

 

 handshaking in public (presidents)

SEE presidents (handshaking in public)

 

 Hanna, Howard Melville

SEE Howard Melville Hanna

 

 Hanna, Marcus

SEE Marcus Hanna

 

 Hans Wagner

“Tarred and Feathered.” Daily Picayune 12 Sept. 1901 v65n231: part 1, p. 2. READ

 

 Harding, Warren G.

SEE Warren G. Harding

 

 Harman, Lillian

SEE Lillian Harman

 

 Harman, Moses

SEE Moses Harman

 

 Harold Van Buren Magonigle

“The American Architect and the American Public: The Case of the McKinley Monument.” Architectural Record Jan. 1908 v23n1: pp. 1-4. READ

 

 Harris, Frank

SEE Frank Harris

 

 Harrison, Carter H., Jr.

SEE Carter H. Harrison, Jr.

 

 Harry A. Bliss

“[Bliss Brothers (Harry A. and Frank H.)].” Our County and Its People. Ed. Truman C. White. Vol. 2. [n.p.]: Boston History, 1898: part III, p. 414. READ

 

 Harry Tracy (compared with Czolgosz)

SEE Leon Czolgosz (compared with Harry Tracy)

 

 Harry Winer

“Waited on McKinley at Last Dinner.” Buffalo Evening News 6 Sept. 1921 v76n125: sect. 2, p. 24. READ

 

 Harvey, Caleb

SEE Caleb Harvey

 

 Hatch-Adams Carnival Company

[notice]. Roanoke Beacon 3 Apr. 1903 v14n3: p. [5]. READ

 

 Hattie Cross

[untitled]. Orleans County Monitor 16 Sept. 1901 v30n37: supp., p. [2]. READ

 

 Hattie Tucker Clarke

Clarke, Elisha P. “From the Pan-American.” Hope Valley Advertiser 12 Sept. 1901 v26n37: p. [3]. READ

 

 Hay, John

SEE John Hay

 

 Hay, William

SEE William Hay

 

 Haydon Jones

Armes, Ethel. “Haydon Jones, Newspaper Artist.” National Magazine May 1906 v24n2: pp. 144-54. READ

 

 Haydon Jones (public statements)

Armes, Ethel. “Haydon Jones, Newspaper Artist.” National Magazine May 1906 v24n2: pp. 144-54. READ

 

 Hayes, Rutherford B.

SEE Rutherford B. Hayes

 

 Hayward, John D.

SEE John D. Hayward

 

 Hazel, John R.

SEE John R. Hazel

 

 health bulletins

SEE William McKinley (official bulletins)

 

 health of McKinley

SEE William McKinley (medical condition)

 

 Heard, Sarah Harper

SEE Sarah Harper Heard

 

 Hearst, William Randolph

SEE William Randolph Hearst

 

 Hearst newspapers

SEE ALSO William Randolph Hearst

SEE ALSO yellow journalism

[untitled]. Journal and Republican and Lowville Times 16 Apr. 1914 v55n23: p. [4]. READ

“The Coin of the Yellow.” San Francisco Call 27 Sept. 1901 v90n119: p. 6. READ

Cowley-Brown, John Stapleton. “Skinning a Skunk.” Goose-Quill 1 Nov. 1901 v1n1 (new series): pp. 15-16. READ

Creelman, James. “The Real Mr. Hearst.” Pearson’s Magazine Apr. 1912 v27n4: pp. 504-14. READ

“The Examiner’s Justification.” San Francisco Call 25 Oct. 1901 v90n147: p. 6. READ

“Hearst and American People.” San Francisco Call 1 Oct. 1901 v90n123: p. 6. READ

“Hearst and His Judges.” San Francisco Call 25 Sept. 1901 v90n117: p. 6. READ

“The Spirit of the Press.” San Francisco Call 26 Sept. 1901 v90n118: p. 6. READ

“Stroke of the Rattlesnake.” San Francisco Call 24 Sept. 1901 v90n116: p. 6. READ

“Yellow Journalism Not Responsible.” Coast Mail 5 Oct. 1901 v23n40: p. [2]. READ

 

 Hearst newspapers (role in the assassination)

SEE ALSO yellow journalism (role in the assassination)

[untitled]. Choteau Acantha 7 Apr. 1904 v10n31: p. [4]. READ

Bierce, Ambrose. “A Thumb-Nail Sketch.” The Collected Works of Ambrose Bierce. Vol. 12. New York: Neale, 1912: pp. 305-15. READ

Bonnet, Theodore. “William R. Hearst: A Critical Study.” Lantern Mar. 1916 v1n12: pp. 365-80. READ

Creelman, James. “The Real Mr. Hearst.” Pearson’s Magazine Apr. 1912 v27n4: pp. 504-14. READ

Russell, Charles Edward. “Comment on Things Doing.” Coming Nation 2 Nov. 1912 n112 (new series): pp. 3-4. READ

“Stroke of the Rattlesnake.” San Francisco Call 24 Sept. 1901 v90n116: p. 6. READ

 

 Hecock, Ray

SEE Ray Hecock

 

 Heisler, John C.

SEE John C. Heisler

 

 Helen Gould

“Will Work for M’Kinley Arch.” Buffalo Evening News 31 Oct. 1901 v43n18: p. 7. READ

 

 Helen McKinley

 

 Helen McKinley (informed about assassination)

“His Sisters.” Stark County Democrat 10 Sept. 1901 v67n133: p. 5. READ

 

 Helen McKinley (photographs)

“Mrs. Duncan and Miss Alice [sic] McKinley.” The True Story of the Assassination of President McKinley at Buffalo. By Richard H. Barry. Buffalo: Robert Allan Reid, 1901: p. 29. READ

 

 Henderson, David B.

SEE David B. Henderson

 

 Henneman, John Bell

SEE John Bell Henneman

 

 Henrietta Tice

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

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

 

 Henry Apthorp

 

 Henry Apthorp (public addresses)

Apthorp, Henry. “Industrial Socialism or the Problem of Getting a Living.” Corporations Auxiliary Company Bulletin Oct. 1903 v2n4: pp. 247-85. READ

 

 Henry Bush

“Anarchist Discharged.” Lewiston Daily Sun 21 Sept. 1901 v9: p. 7. READ

 

 Henry C. Payne

 

 Henry C. Payne (public statements)

“Part of Anarchist Scheme.” New York Times 7 Sept. 1901 v50n16121: p. 5. READ

 

 Henry Clay Frick

“Henry C. Frick Much Affected by the News of the Crime.” Daily Picayune 13 Sept. 1901 v65n232: part 1, p. 7. READ

 

 Henry Clay Frick (public statements)

“Henry C. Frick Much Affected by the News of the Crime.” Daily Picayune 13 Sept. 1901 v65n232: part 1, p. 7. READ

 

 Henry Codman Potter

 

 Henry Codman Potter (prayers)

“Tributes to President McKinley.” Outlook 28 Sept. 1901 v69n4: pp. 241-43. READ

 

 Henry Codman Potter (public statements)

Flower, B. O. “The Assassination of the President and the Aftermath.” Arena Nov. 1901 v26n5: pp. 532-38. READ

 

 Henry Du Laurence Niedzwiedzki

“Gave Czolgasz an Atomizer.” Cleveland Plain Dealer 23 Sept. 1901 v60n266: p. 4. READ

 

 Henry Du Laurence Niedzwiedzki (public statements)

“Gave Czolgasz an Atomizer.” Cleveland Plain Dealer 23 Sept. 1901 v60n266: p. 4. READ

 

 Henry H. Washburn

 

 Henry H. Washburn (public statements)

“The Assassination of President McKinley.” Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen’s Magazine Oct. 1901 v31n4: p. 662. READ

Flower, B. O. “The Assassination of the President and the Aftermath.” Arena Nov. 1901 v26n5: pp. 532-38. READ

 

 Henry Irving

 

 Henry Irving (public addresses)

Bowker, Alfred. “Chapter II” [part 2]. The King Alfred Millenary. London: Macmillan, 1902: pp. 56-84. READ

 

 Henry Jacques Garrigues

 

 Henry Jacques Garrigues (public statements)

“A Possible Source of the Gangrene in the Case of the Late President.” Medical Record 5 Oct. 1901 v60n14: p. 537. READ

 

 Henry M. Duffield

 

 Henry M. Duffield (public statements)

“‘Kill Them,’ They Cried Out.” Atlanta Constitution 16 Sept. 1901 v34: p. 1. READ

 

 Henry R. Naylor

 

 Henry R. Naylor (public statements)

“The Assassination of the President.” Railroad Telegrapher Oct. 1901 v18n10: pp. 887-88. READ

“No Excuse for It.” Madison County Times 13 Sept. 1901 v32n7: p. [3]. READ

“The Week.” Nation 12 Sept. 1901 v73n1889: pp. 197-99. [excerpt 2 of 3] READ

 

 Henry R. Naylor (sermons)

“No Excuse for It.” Madison County Times 13 Sept. 1901 v32n7: p. [3]. READ

 

 Henry R. Wharton

 

 Henry R. Wharton (public statements)

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

 

 Heppner, Frederick

SEE Frederick Heppner

 

 Herbert M. Hill

“Chemist Won’t Talk.” Reading Eagle 21 Sept. 1901 v34n237: p. 1. READ

“Virus from Wounds Forced into Veins of Dogs and Cats.” Buffalo Courier 18 Sept. 1901 v66n261: p. 7. READ

 

 Herbert M. Hill (public statements)

“Virus from Wounds Forced into Veins of Dogs and Cats.” Buffalo Courier 18 Sept. 1901 v66n261: p. 7. READ

 

 Herbert Spencer

Coleman, James M. “Anarchism and Herbert Spencer.” Christian Nation 8 Jan. 1902 v36: p. 2. READ

 

 Herman Dormeyer

“Czolgosz Sympathizer Painted Red.” Lockport Journal 30 Oct. 1901 v44n106: p. 3. READ

 

 Herman F. Schuettler

 

 Herman F. Schuettler (public statements)

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

 

 Herman Mynter

SEE ALSO McKinley physicians

“Great Surgeon Was Blunt.” Silverton Standard 21 Mar. 1903 v14n17: p. 10. READ

“The Month.” Post-Graduate Oct. 1901 v16n10: pp. 874-78. READ

“[Mynter, H.].” Our County and Its People. Ed. Truman C. White. Vol. 2. [n.p.]: Boston History, 1898: part III, p. 48. READ

“Some Points in the President’s Case.” Alabama Medical Journal Oct. 1901 v12n11: pp. 607-08. READ

 

 Herman Mynter (death)

“Medical Items.” Maryland Medical Journal Mar. 1903 v46n3: pp. 135-36. READ

 

 Herman Mynter (photographs)

SEE ALSO McKinley physicians (photographs)

“Dr. Herman Mynter.” American Monthly Review of Reviews Oct. 1901 v24n4: p. 421. READ

“Dr. Herman Mynter.” Pearson’s Magazine Nov. 1901: p. 519. READ

 

 Herman Mynter (public addresses)

“The Month.” Post-Graduate Nov. 1901 v16n11: pp. 1006-10. READ

 

 Herman Mynter (public statements)

Ferris, Ralph H. “McKinley’s Doctors Want an Appropriation.” Physical Culture Jan. 1902 v6n4: p. 181. READ

“God Disposes and Man Proposes.” Youngstown Vindicator 10 Sept. 1901 v13n8: p. 7. READ

“The Medical Treatment.” Burlington Hawk-Eye 17 Sept. 1901 v63n85: p. 3. READ

“No Trace of Poison Is Found.” San Francisco Call 12 Sept. 1901 v90n104: p. 2. READ

“The President’s Case.” Hot Springs Medical Journal 15 Oct. 1901 v10n10: pp. 305-09. READ

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

 

 Herrick, Cordello C.

SEE Cordello C. Herrick

 

 Herrick, Myron T.

SEE Myron T. Herrick

 

 Heva Golzosch

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

 

 Hewitt, Abram S.

SEE Abram S. Hewitt

 

 Hill, Herbert M.

SEE Herbert M. Hill

 

 Hill, Kendrick C.

SEE Kendrick C. Hill

 

 historical events (McKinley administration, 1897-1901)

Townsend, G. W. “Principal Events during President McKinley’s Administration.” Memorial Life of William McKinley. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 185-86. READ

 

 history of McKinley

SEE William McKinley (personal history)

 

 history of Roosevelt

SEE Theodore Roosevelt (personal history)

 

 Hitchcock, Ethan A.

SEE Ethan A. Hitchcock

 

 Hoar, George F.

SEE George F. Hoar

 

 Hobart, Jennie

SEE Jennie Hobart

 

 Hodge, O. J.

SEE O. J. Hodge

 

 Hodgins, John

SEE John Hodgins

 

 Holmes, O. W.

SEE O. W. Holmes

 

 Horace Place

 

 Horace Place (public statements)

“‘It Is Not God’s Way.’” Cleveland Plain Dealer 23 Sept. 1901 v60n266: p. 8. READ

 

 Horace Porter

“In Somber Draping.” St. Paul Globe 15 Sept. 1901 v24n258: part 1, p. 6. READ

 

 Horwitz, Orville

SEE Orville Horwitz

 

 Howard Melville Hanna

“These Men Were Cool While Terror Reigned.” Enterprise [Sheridan] 28 Sept. 1901 v14n45: p. [6]. READ

 

 Howland, William Holmes

SEE William Holmes Howland

 

 Hughes, Charles Evans

SEE Charles Evans Hughes

 

 Hughes, W. E.

SEE W. E. Hughes

 

 Humbert I assassination

McClure, Alexander K., and Charles Morris. “The Assassin and the Anarchists” [chapter 28]. The Authentic Life of William McKinley. Memorial ed. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 438-47. READ

 

 Humphrey, John

SEE John Humphrey

 

 hung, burned, etc., in effigy

SEE Emma Goldman (hung, burned, etc., in effigy)

SEE Leon Czolgosz (hung, burned, etc., in effigy)

SEE William Randolph Hearst (hung, burned, etc., in effigy)

 

 Hunt, Evelyn

SEE Evelyn Hunt

 

 Huntington, DeWitt Clinton

SEE DeWitt Clinton Huntington

 

 Huttman, Fritz

SEE Fritz Huttman

 

 Hyacinthe Fudzinski

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

“Czolgosz to Die at 7 Tomorrow.” Chicago Daily Tribune 28 Oct. 1901 v60n301: part 1, p. 2. READ

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

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

 

 Hyacinthe Fudzinski (public statements)

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

“Czolgosz to Die at 7 Tomorrow.” Chicago Daily Tribune 28 Oct. 1901 v60n301: part 1, p. 2. READ

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

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

 

 hymns

SEE ALSO William McKinley (death: music)

SEE ALSO William McKinley (music)

 

 hymns (“Come to Jesus”)

“Et Cætera.” Tablet 21 Sept. 1901 v98n3202: p. 457. READ

“Notes and Remarks.” Ave Maria 12 Oct. 1901 v53n15: pp. 470-73. [excerpt 2 of 2] READ

 

 hymns (“Lead, Kindly Light”)

Newman, John Henry. “The Pillar of the Cloud.” Verses on Various Occasions. London: Longmans, Green, 1910: pp. 156-57. READ

 

 hymns (“Nearer, My God, to Thee”)

“Church and Organ Music.” Musical Times and Singing-Class Circular 1 Oct. 1901 v42n704: pp. 672-73. READ

Smith, Nicholas. “Nearer, My God, to Thee” [chapter 21]. Hymns Historically Famous. Chicago: Advance Publishing, 1901: pp. 174-82. READ

 

 hypnotism theory

SEE McKinley assassination (hypnotism theory)

 


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