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 Packard, William G.

SEE William G. Packard

 

 Palmer A. Eliot

SEE ALSO McKinley nurses

“Army Orders.” Washington Times 12 Sept. 1901 n2664: p. 5. READ

“Promotion for Nurses of M’Kinley.” Buffalo Courier 10 Oct. 1901 v66n283: part 1, p. 7. READ

 

 Panama Canal

SEE Isthmian Canal

 

 Pan-American Exposition

SEE ALSO Temple of Music

[untitled]. Collier’s Weekly 16 Nov. 1901 v28n7: p. 3. READ

Andrews, E. Benjamin. “The Pan-American Exposition, 1901” [chapter 18]. History of the United States. Vol. 5. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1903: pp. 341-58. READ

“Buffalo Fair Is Hard Hit.” Chicago Daily Tribune 23 Sept. 1901 v60n266: p. 7. READ

Carey, Joseph. “Westward” [chapter 1]. By the Golden Gate. Albany: Albany Diocesan Press, 1902: pp. 11-40. READ

“The Exposition—Farewell.” Buffalo Medical Journal Nov. 1901 v41n4 (new series): pp. 297-98. READ

Godoy, Mercedes. “The Buffalo Exposition. President McKinley’s Assassination” [chapter 16]. When I Was a Girl in Mexico. Boston: Lothrop, Lee and Shepard, 1919: pp. 104-08. READ

Johnson, Francis. “Assassination of William McKinley” [chapter 24]. Famous Assassinations of History. Chicago: A. C. McClurg, 1903: pp. 381-95. READ

Larned, J. N. “In the Era of the Railways: 1851-1908” [section 1, chapter 3]. A History of Buffalo. Vol. 1. New York: Progress of the Empire State, 1911: pp. 62-96. READ

McClure, Alexander K., and Charles Morris. “Nearing the End” [chapter 17]. The Authentic Life of William McKinley. Memorial ed. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 290-301. READ

Ridpath, John Clark. “The McKinley-Roosevelt Administration” [chapter 117]. The New Complete History of the United States of America. Official ed. Vol. 14. Washington, DC: Ridpath History, 1907: pp. 5765-820. READ

“Were at Buffalo.” Nashua Daily Telegraph 10 Sept. 1901 v34n162: p. 1. READ

Young, Frederick. “Introductory—Voyage to Canada viâ New York” [chapter 1]. A Pioneer of Imperial Federation in Canada. London: George Allen, 1902: pp. 1-23. READ

 

 Pan-American Exposition (closure and related matters)

SEE ALSO Pan-American Exposition (financial outcome)

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

“Pan-American a Memory Only.” Bolivar Breeze 8 Dec. 1904 v13n2: p. [?]. READ

 

 Pan-American Exposition (emergency hospital)

SEE ALSO Pan-American Exposition (medical matters)

“The Emergency Hospital at the Buffalo Exposition.” Philadelphia Medical Journal 12 Oct. 1901 v8n15: p. 578. READ

“Emergency Hospital at the Pan-American Exposition.” Buffalo Medical Journal Apr. 1901 v40n9 (new series): pp. 701-04. READ

“The Exposition.” Official Catalogue and Guide Book to the Pan-American Exposition. Buffalo: Charles Ahrhart, 1901: pp. 11-63. READ

“The Exposition—Farewell.” Buffalo Medical Journal Nov. 1901 v41n4 (new series): pp. 297-98. READ

“The Exposition in Its Medical Aspects.” Buffalo Medical Journal Sept. 1901 v41n2 (new series): pp. 130-36. READ

Lee, Edward Wallace. “Wounds Described.” Topeka State Journal 9 Sept. 1901 v28n214: pp. 1, 3. READ

“The Medical Department of the Pan-American Exposition.” Albany Medical Annals Aug. 1901 v22n8: p. 459. READ

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

“Pan-American a Memory Only.” Bolivar Breeze 8 Dec. 1904 v13n2: p. [?]. READ

“The President’s Case.” Red Cross Notes 1901 s3n9: pp. 191-96. READ

Shaerer, Herbert. “Emergency Hospital at the Pan-American.” St. Louis Medical Review 30 Mar. 1901 v43n13: pp. 219-20. READ

 

 Pan-American Exposition (emergency hospital: ambulances: photographs)

“The Automobile Ambulance in Which President M’Kinley Was Carried to Emergency Hospital from the Temple of Music after Being Shot.” Cleveland Leader 8 Sept. 1901 v54n251: p. 2. READ

 

 Pan-American Exposition (emergency hospital: curiosity seekers)

“McKinley Won Hearts of All His Nurses.” Democrat and Chronicle 15 Sept. 1901 v69: p. 15. READ

 

 Pan-American Exposition (emergency hospital: illustrations)

SEE ALSO Pan-American Exposition (emergency hospital: photographs)

“New Emergency Hospital—Pan-American in Background.” The Iris. Vol. 4. [Buffalo]: Iris Board, University of Buffalo, 1901: p. 84. READ

 

 Pan-American Exposition (emergency hospital: photographs)

SEE ALSO Pan-American Exposition (emergency hospital: illustrations)

“The Emergency Hospital at the Pan-American Exposition.” The True Story of the Assassination of President McKinley at Buffalo. By Richard H. Barry. Buffalo: Robert Allan Reid, 1901: p. 19. READ

“The Hospital.” Cosmopolitan Sept. 1901 v31n5: p. 514. READ

“Hospital.” Gaillard’s Medical Journal Apr. 1901 v74n4: p. 127. READ

“Scene in Front of the Emergency Hospital at 5 P. M., Friday, When the President Had Just Been Conveyed Within.” New-York Tribune 9 Sept. 1901 v61n20021: p. 3. READ

 

 Pan-American Exposition (financial outcome)

“End of the Pan-American.” New York Times 3 Nov. 1901 v51n16169: p. 12. READ

“End of the Pan-American.” Scientific American 16 Nov. 1901 v85n20: p. 309. READ

Larned, J. N. “In the Era of the Railways: 1851-1908” [section 1, chapter 3]. A History of Buffalo. Vol. 1. New York: Progress of the Empire State, 1911: pp. 62-96. READ

 

 Pan-American Exposition (ground plans)

“Ground Plan of the Pan-American Exposition at Buffalo.” Memorial Life of William McKinley. By G. W. Townsend. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: p. 191. READ

 

 Pan-American Exposition (impact of assassination)

SEE ALSO Buffalo, NY (impact of assassination)

[untitled]. Buffalo Commercial 8 Sept. 1901 v70n21440: p. 4. READ

“Buffalo Fair Is Hard Hit.” Chicago Daily Tribune 23 Sept. 1901 v60n266: p. 7. READ

“End of the Pan-American.” New York Times 3 Nov. 1901 v51n16169: p. 12. READ

“End of the Pan-American.” Scientific American 16 Nov. 1901 v85n20: p. 309. READ

“Exposition Closed Today and Tomorrow.” Buffalo Evening News 14 Sept. 1901 v42n133: p. [?]. READ

“Exposition Dark for First Time.” Buffalo Review 7 Sept. 1901 v19n79: p. 6. READ

“Exposition Notes.” Illustrated Buffalo Express 15 Sept. 1901 v18n50: part 2, p. 14. READ

 

 Pan-American Exposition (Indian Congress)

“Indian Memorial Service.” Pan-American Daily 20 Sept. 1901 v1n58: p. 3. READ

 

 Pan-American Exposition (McKinley speech)

SEE William McKinley (last public address)

 

 Pan-American Exposition (McKinley visit)

SEE Pan-American Exposition (President’s Day)

SEE William McKinley (at Buffalo, NY)

SEE William McKinley (at Pan-American Exposition)

SEE William McKinley (last public address)

 

 Pan-American Exposition (medical matters)

SEE ALSO Pan-American Exposition (emergency hospital)

[untitled]. Buffalo Medical Journal Sept. 1901 v41n2 (new series): p. 137. READ

“The Exposition—Farewell.” Buffalo Medical Journal Nov. 1901 v41n4 (new series): pp. 297-98. READ

“The Exposition in Its Medical Aspects.” Buffalo Medical Journal Sept. 1901 v41n2 (new series): pp. 130-36. READ

“Pan-American Notes.” Buffalo Medical Journal June 1901 v40n11 (new series): pp. 854-57. READ

“Pan-American Notes.” Buffalo Medical Journal July 1901 v40n12 (new series): pp. 926-27. READ

“Pan-American Notes.” Buffalo Medical Journal Aug. 1901 v41n1 (new series): pp. 72-76. READ

 

 Pan-American Exposition (New York State Building)

“Reminder of M’Kinley.” Lancaster Times 3 Oct. 1901 v22n18: p. 1. READ

 

 Pan-American Exposition (personal response)

“Was Present at Exposition.” Nashua Daily Telegraph 9 Sept. 1901 v34n161: p. 8. READ

“What McKinley Said about the Illumination.” Buffalo Evening News 6 Sept. 1901 v42n126: p. 1. READ

 

 Pan-American Exposition (photographs)

SEE ALSO Pan-American Exposition (emergency hospital: photographs)

SEE ALSO Temple of Music (photographs)

SEE ALSO William McKinley (at Pan-American Exposition: photographs)

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

Stead, W. T. “The Mission of the Cinematograph.” The Americanisation of the World. London: Review of Reviews, 1902: pp. 174-82. READ

 

 Pan-American Exposition (poetry)

SEE ALSO Buffalo, NY (poetry)

SEE ALSO William McKinley (at Pan-American Exposition: poetry)

“Bill’s Day.” Buffalo Courier 5 Sept. 1901 v66n248: p. 4. READ

“But We Must Jest Tomorrow.” Buffalo Courier 20 Sept. 1901 v66n263: p. 4. READ

Coates, Florence Earle. “Buffalo.” Independent 10 Oct. 1901 v53n2758: p. 2389. READ

Coates, Florence Earle. “Buffalo.” Poems of American History. Ed. Burton Egbert Stevenson. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1908: p. 649. READ

Copeland, Benjamin. “‘Hail to the Chief!’” Niagara, and Other Poems. Buffalo: Matthews-Northrup Works, 1904: pp. 30-31. READ

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

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

 

 Pan-American Exposition (police protection)

Bull, William S. “Police Superintendent’s Report.” Annual Report of the Board of Police of the City of Buffalo. Buffalo: Wenborne-Sumner, 1902: pp. 7-48. READ

 

 Pan-American Exposition (popular culture)

“Interest in President McKinley at the Eden Musee.” Deaf-Mutes’ Journal 12 Sept. 1901 v30n37: p. [3?]. READ

 

 Pan-American Exposition (President’s Day)

SEE ALSO William McKinley (at Pan-American Exposition)

SEE ALSO William McKinley (last public address)

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

“The Closing Scenes.” The Heroic Life of William McKinley, Our Third Martyr President. Boston: DeWolfe, Fiske, 1902: pp. 35-44. READ

Horton, Katharine Pratt. “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

Miller, Samuel. “From the Pan-American Exposition.” Colman’s Rural World 18 Sept. 1901 v54n37: p. 3. READ

“President’s Day Tomorrow.” Buffalo Evening News 4 Sept. 1901 v42n124: p. 1. READ

Snow, Jane Elliott. “President’s Day” [chapter 13]. The Life of William McKinley, Twenty-Fifth President of the United States. Cleveland: Imperial Press, 1908: pp. 65-68. READ

Watrous, J. A. “A Busy Day for McKinley.” Richard Epps and Other Stories. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1906: pp. 95-98. READ

 

 Pan-American Exposition (President’s Day: events, schedule, etc.)

“Pan-American Programme Today.” Buffalo Enquirer 5 Sept. 1901 v58n33: p. 14. READ

“President’s Day Tomorrow.” Buffalo Evening News 4 Sept. 1901 v42n124: p. 1. READ

 

 Pan-American Exposition (President’s Day: luncheon)

“Details of Luncheon in President’s Honor.” Buffalo Evening Times 3 Sept. 1901 v35n150: p. 1. READ

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

 

 Pan-American Exposition (President’s Day: official guests)

“Secretary Wilson Here.” Buffalo Evening News 4 Sept. 1901 v42n124: p. 1. READ

 

 Pan-American Exposition (President’s Day: personal response)

“President’s Day Notes.” Buffalo Evening Times 6 Sept. 1901 v35n153: p. 8. READ

“Splendid Record of President’s Day.” Buffalo Enquirer 6 Sept. 1901 v58n34: p. 2. READ

Watrous, J. A. “A Busy Day for McKinley.” Richard Epps and Other Stories. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1906: pp. 95-98. READ

 

 Pan-American Exposition (President’s Day: proposed second occurrence)

“Celebrate Recovery with Special Day.” Buffalo Enquirer 10 Sept. 1901 v58n37: p. 8. READ

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

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

 

 Pan-American Exposition (religious response)

Gifford, O. P. “A Curious Change.” Search-Light Oct. 1901 v6n5: p. 1. READ

 

 Pan-American Exposition (Temple of Music)

SEE Temple of Music

 

 Pan-American Exposition (U.S. Army Hospital Corps)

Leiblinger, Julius. “Army Hospital Corps.” Meyer Brothers Druggist June 1905 v26n6: pp. 166-67. READ

 

 Paramore, E. H.

SEE E. H. Paramore

 

 Park, Roswell

SEE Roswell Park

 

 Parker, James B.

SEE James B. Parker

 

 Parkhurst, Charles H.

SEE Charles H. Parkhurst

 

 Parmenter, John

SEE John Parmenter

 

 Parsons, A. A.

SEE A. A. Parsons

 

 Parsons, Lucy E.

SEE Lucy E. Parsons

 

 Patrick John Ryan

 

 Patrick John Ryan (public statements)

“Notes and Remarks.” Ave Maria 5 Oct. 1901 v53n14: pp. 436-39. [excerpt 2 of 2] READ

 

 Patrick S. Byrne

 

 Patrick S. Byrne (public statements)

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

 

 Patrick V. Cusack

“[Cusack, Patrick V.].” Our County and Its People. Ed. Truman C. White. Vol. 2. [n.p.]: Boston History, 1898: part III, p. 559. READ

 

 patriotism

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

 

 patriotism (fostering)

“Editor’s Note Book.” American Monthly Magazine Oct. 1901 v19n4: pp. 428-29. READ

 

 Patterson, Raymond

SEE Raymond Patterson

 

 Paul Czolgosz

SEE ALSO Czolgosz family

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

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

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

Banks, Charles Eugene, and Le Roy Armstrong. “Assassination of President Mc Kinley” [chapter 18]. Theodore Roosevelt, Twenty-Sixth President of the United States. Chicago: S. Stone, 1901: pp. 354-68. READ

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

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

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

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

“Find No Plot in Cleveland.” Chicago Daily Tribune 11 Sept. 1901 v60n254: part 1, p. 2. READ

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

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

“Throws Light on Czolgasz.” Cleveland Plain Dealer 13 Sept. 1901 v60n256: p. 12. READ

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

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

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

 

 Paul Czolgosz (illustrations)

“The Assassin Father.” Richmond Dispatch 10 Sept. 1901 n15722: p. 1. READ

 

 Paul Czolgosz (informed about execution)

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

 

 Paul Czolgosz (informed about McKinley death)

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

 

 Paul Czolgosz (interrogation)

SEE ALSO Czolgosz family (interrogation)

“Throws Light on Czolgasz.” Cleveland Plain Dealer 13 Sept. 1901 v60n256: p. 12. READ

 

 Paul Czolgosz (public statements)

SEE ALSO Czolgosz family (public statements)

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

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

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

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

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

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

“Throws Light on Czolgasz.” Cleveland Plain Dealer 13 Sept. 1901 v60n256: p. 12. READ

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

 

 Paul Dana

Masson, Tom. “The Power of the Press.” Life 26 Sept. 1901 v38n986: pp. 247-49. READ

 

 Pausch, Eduard L. A.

SEE Eduard L. A. Pausch

 

 Payne, Henry C.

SEE Henry C. Payne

 

 Pearcy, Robert B.

SEE Robert B. Pearcy

 

 Pearre, George A.

SEE George A. Pearre

 

 Pease, Charles G.

SEE Charles G. Pease

 

 Pedro Esteve

“Esteve Defies Police.” World 10 Sept. 1901 v42n14630: p. 3. READ

 

 Pedro Esteve (public statements)

“Anarchists Toast Nieman.” News and Courier 7 Sept. 1901: p. 2. READ

“Esteve Defies Police.” World 10 Sept. 1901 v42n14630: p. 3. READ

“Suppress the Anarchists.” Iowa State Register 8 Sept. 1901 v46n211: p. 12. READ

 

 penal colonies (anarchists)

SEE ALSO anarchism (dealing with)

SEE ALSO anarchism (legal penalties)

[untitled]. Canada Law Journal 1 Nov. 1901 v37n20: p. 757. READ

[untitled]. Western New-Yorker 12 Sept. 1901 v61n37: p. [4]. READ

“Anti-Anarchist Legislation.” San Francisco Call 17 Dec. 1901 v91n17: p. 6. READ

“Anti-Anarchy Measures.” Chautauquan Feb. 1902 v34n5: pp. 461-62. READ

“The Crime of Anarchy.” American Lawyer Oct.-Nov. 1901 v9n10: p. 513. READ

Goodell, Charles E. “American Sobriety and Common Sense.” Industrialist 12 Nov. 1901 v28n7: pp. 85-88. READ

“Herr Most Mostly Mouth.” Wichita Daily Eagle 12 Dec. 1901 v36n22: p. [4]. READ

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

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

“Indian River Ripples.” Florida Star 20 Sept. 1901 v22n22: p. 8. READ

“Jetsam and Flotsam.” Central Law Journal 13 Dec. 1901 v53n24: p. 471. READ

“Strong Words from Jacob Riis.” Brooklyn Daily Eagle 19 Sept. 1901 v61n260: p. 4. READ

 

 Pendell, C. D.

SEE C. D. Pendell

 

 Penney, Thomas

SEE Thomas Penney

 

 Pennsylvania Prison Society

“In Memoriam.” Journal of Prison Discipline and Philanthropy Jan. 1902 n41: p. 24. READ

 

 Perry Magazine

“Notes.” Perry Magazine Oct. 1901 v4n2: p. 80. READ

 

 Pershing, C. L.

SEE C. L. Pershing

 

 personal safety (McKinley)

SEE William McKinley (protection)

 

 personal safety (presidents)

SEE presidents (protection)

 

 personal safety (Roosevelt)

SEE Theodore Roosevelt (protection)

 

 personal safety (rulers)

SEE rulers (protection)

 

 Peter Arp

Drake, Timothy. “Newspapers and New Thought.” Physical Culture Jan. 1902 v6n4: pp. 174-76. READ

 

 Peter H. Bryce

 

 Peter H. Bryce (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. READ

 

 Peter J. Devine

 

 Peter J. Devine (court-martial)

“M’Kinley Detractor Suffers.” Chicago Daily Tribune 1 Oct. 1901 v60n274: part 1, p. 5. READ

“Secular News.” Christian Observer 9 Oct. 1901 v89n41: pp. 23-24. READ

 

 Peter J. Muldoon

 

 Peter J. Muldoon (public statements)

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

 

 Peter Kropotkin

“Czolgosz a ‘Common Murderer.’” Iowa State Register 13 Sept. 1901 v46n216: p. 1. READ

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

 

 Peter Rauch

“Pertinent Personals.” Middleburgh Post 10 Oct. 1901 v38n40: p. 1. READ

 

 Peterson, Reuben

SEE Reuben Peterson

 

 petitions (McKinley National Memorial Association)

“Senate.” Congressional Record 19 May 1902 v35pt6: pp. 5615-33. READ

 

 Pettigrew, Richard F.

SEE Richard F. Pettigrew

 

 Phelan, James D.

SEE James D. Phelan

 

 Philander C. Knox

SEE ALSO McKinley cabinet

“Knox Goes to Buffalo.” Brooklyn Daily Eagle 13 Sept. 1901 v61n254: p. 3. READ

 

 Philander C. Knox (public statements)

“Knox Was Horrified.” Buffalo Review 7 Sept. 1901 v19n79: p. 7. READ

 

 Philip Martiny

“Bust of Mr. McKinley.” New York Times 27 Oct. 1901 v51n16163: part 1, p. 5. READ

 

 Philip V. Fennelly

“Fennelly Not to Defend Czolgosz.” Buffalo Courier 9 Sept. 1901 v66n252: p. 5. READ

 

 Philippines (renaming as McKinley Archipelago)

“To Rename the Philippines.” Daily Picayune 30 Sept. 1901 v65n249: p. 2. READ

 

 Philippines (renaming as McKinley Islands)

[untitled]. Red Cloud Chief 4 Oct. 1901 v29n40: p. [4]. READ

“‘The McKinley Islands.’” Chautauquan Nov. 1901 v34n2: p. 119. READ

 

 Phillip Scherer

 

 Phillip Scherer (public statements)

“She Lauds Czolgosz for His Act.” World 10 Sept. 1901 v42n14630: p. 3. READ

 

 physicians

SEE Czolgosz physicians

SEE McKinley physicians

 

 physiognomical examination (Czolgosz)

SEE Leon Czolgosz (physiognomical examination)

 

 Pitkin, John T.

SEE John T. Pitkin

 

 Place, Horace

SEE Horace Place

 

 Platt, Thomas Collier

SEE Thomas Collier Platt

 

 poison bullet theory

SEE McKinley assassination (poison bullet theory)

 

 police department (Buffalo, NY)

Bull, William S. “Police Superintendent’s Report.” Annual Report of the Board of Police of the City of Buffalo. Buffalo: Wenborne-Sumner, 1902: pp. 7-48. READ

“Burns Out Buffalo Police.” New York Times 2 Nov. 1907 v57n18179: p. 1. READ

[Czolgosz Bertillon Card]. Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society Archives, A90-4. 1901. READ

“Police Department.” Ins and Outs of Buffalo, the Queen City of the Lakes. Buffalo: A. B. Floyd, 1899: p. 40. READ

 

 police department (Buffalo, NY: illustrations)

SEE ALSO police department (Buffalo, NY: photographs)

“Guarding the Prisoner at the Buffalo Police Headquarters.” World 8 Sept. 1901 v42n14628: p. 4. READ

 

 police department (Buffalo, NY: photographs)

SEE ALSO police department (Buffalo, NY: illustrations)

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

“Place of Czolgosz’s Imprisonment.” World 12 Sept. 1901 v42n14632: p. 2. READ

 

 police department (Chicago, IL)

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

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

“The Protectors of Society.” Socialist Spirit Oct. 1901 v1n2: pp. 8-9. READ

Spitzka, Edward C. “The Czolgosz Case.” Philadelphia Medical Journal 26 Oct. 1901 v8n17: pp. 693-95. READ

 

 police department (St. Louis, MO)

“In the Rogues’ Gallery.” St. Louis Republic 13 Sept. 1901 v94n76: p. 3. READ

 

 policies (McKinley)

SEE William McKinley (presidential policies)

 

 policies (Roosevelt)

SEE Theodore Roosevelt (presidential policies)

 

 Polish Americans

“Not a Race Question.” Milwaukee Sentinel 11 Sept. 1901 n23686: part 2, p. 4. READ

“Our Polish-American Citizens.” Milwaukee Journal 11 Sept. 1901 v19: p. 6. READ

 

 Polish National Alliance

“Poles Mourn for M’Kinley.” Chicago Sunday Tribune 20 Oct. 1901 v60n293: part 1, p. 4. READ

 

 Polsky, Abraham

SEE Abraham Polsky

 

 Polsky, Rose

SEE Rose Polsky

 

 Pope Leo XIII

SEE Leo XIII

 

 Porter, Horace

SEE Horace Porter

 

 Potter, Henry Codman

SEE Henry Codman Potter

 

 Power, Frederick D.

SEE Frederick D. Power

 

 prayers

“Prayer for the President.” Catholic Union and Times 12 Sept. 1901 v30n23: p. 1. READ

“A Prayer in Time of National Bereavement.” Congregationalist and Christian World 21 Sept. 1901 v86n38: p. 409. READ

 

 Preiss, William

SEE William Preiss

 

 presidency of McKinley

SEE McKinley presidency

 

 presidency of Roosevelt

SEE Roosevelt presidency

 

 presidential assassination

SEE ALSO assassination

SEE ALSO presidential assassinations

Colt, Le Baron Bradford. “Anarchy.” American Lawyer Apr. 1902 v10n4: pp. 148-54. READ

Lummis, Charles F. “The Lion’s Den.” West Coast Jan. 1913 v13n4: p. 35. READ

Wambaugh, Eugene. “The Nation and the Anarchists.” Green Bag Oct. 1901 v13n10: pp. 461-63. READ

Wellman, Walter. “The Crime at Buffalo.” Collier’s Weekly 21 Sept. 1901 v27n25: p. 8. READ

 

 presidential assassination (laws against)

SEE ALSO anarchism (laws against)

SEE ALSO assassination (laws against)

[untitled]. Saturday Evening Post 28 Sept. 1901 v174n13: p. 12. READ

Colt, Le Baron Bradford. “Anarchy.” American Lawyer Apr. 1902 v10n4: pp. 148-54. READ

“The Law and the Penalty.” Sunday Oregonian 9 Mar. 1902 v21n10: part 1, p. 4. READ

“Legal Status of One Who Assaults the President.” Case and Comment Sept. 1901 v8n4: pp. 182-84. READ

“Our Monthly Talk.” Medical World Oct. 1901 v19n10: pp. 449-52. READ

“President McKinley.” American Monthly Magazine Oct. 1901 v19n4: pp. 443-45. READ

“Protecting the President.” Bisbee Daily Review 28 Feb. 1903 v6n221: p. [2]. READ

“Protecting the President.” Iowa State Register 1 Nov. 1901 v46n256: p. 4. READ

“Special Law Needed for Such Attacks.” St. Louis Post-Dispatch 8 Sept. 1901 v54n18: part 2, p. 5. READ

“To Create a New Treason.” News and Courier 9 Sept. 1901: p. 1. READ

 

 presidential assassination (legal jurisdiction)

“The Assailant.” Outlook 14 Sept. 1901 v69n2: pp. 96-97. READ

“Legal Status of One Who Assaults the President.” Case and Comment Sept. 1901 v8n4: pp. 182-84. READ

 

 presidential assassination (legal penalties)

[untitled]. Southern Law Review Oct. 1901 v1n5: pp. 391-92. READ

[untitled]. Western New-Yorker 12 Sept. 1901 v61n37: p. [4]. READ

“Legal Status of One Who Assaults the President.” Case and Comment Sept. 1901 v8n4: pp. 182-84. READ

“Our Monthly Talk.” Medical World Oct. 1901 v19n10: pp. 449-52. READ

“Protecting the President.” Bisbee Daily Review 28 Feb. 1903 v6n221: p. [2]. READ

Stewart, Freeman. “Special Punishment for Presidential Assassination.” Nation 5 Dec. 1901 v73n1901: p. 433. READ

“To Create a New Treason.” News and Courier 9 Sept. 1901: p. 1. READ

 

 presidential assassinations

SEE ALSO assassinations

SEE ALSO Garfield assassination

SEE ALSO McKinley assassination

 

 presidential assassinations (comparison)

SEE ALSO assassinations (comparison)

[untitled]. Buffalo Commercial 8 Sept. 1901 v70n21440: p. 4. READ

[untitled]. Free Thought Magazine Nov. 1901 v19n11: p. 678. READ

[untitled]. Portsmouth Daily Times 12 Sept. 1901 v9n9: p. [2]. READ

“Anarchy’s Victim.” Dickerman’s United States Treasury Counterfeit Detector Oct. 1901 v18n10: p. 2. READ

“An Appalling Menace.” Gunton’s Magazine Oct. 1901 v21n4: pp. 291-92. READ

“The Assassination of President McKinley.” Buffalo Medical Journal Oct. 1901 v41n3 (new series): pp. 226-32. READ

“The Assassination of President McKinley.” New York Lancet Oct. 1901 v22n10: pp. 243-44. READ

“The Assassination of President McKinley.” World’s Work Oct. 1901 v2n6: pp. 1239-40. READ

“Assassinations.” Freeman 21 Sept. 1901 v14n38: p. [4]. READ

“The Assault upon the President.” Outlook 14 Sept. 1901 v69n2: pp. 106-08. READ

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

Colt, Le Baron Bradford. “Anarchy.” American Lawyer Apr. 1902 v10n4: pp. 148-54. READ

Crothers, T. D. “The Insanity and Inebriety of J. Wilkes Booth.” Alienist and Neurologist Feb. 1911 v32n1: pp. 40-57. READ

“Current Topics.” Solicitors’ Journal and Reporter 21 Sept. 1901 v45n47: pp. 775-77. READ

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

Davis, Rebecca Harding. “Is It All for Nothing?” Independent 24 Oct. 1901 v53n2760: pp. 2513-14. READ

“The End of Czolgosz.” Iowa State Register 30 Oct. 1901 v46n255: p. 4. READ

“The Financial Effect.” Harper’s Weekly 21 Sept. 1901 v45n2335: pp. 959-60. READ

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

Ford, James L. “Chapter II.” Forty-Odd Years in the Literary Shop. New York: E. P. Dutton, 1921: pp. 19-31. READ

“Guiteau Daft; Czolgosz Sane.” Atlanta Constitution 22 Sept. 1901 v34: part 1, p. 4. READ

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

Johnson, Francis. “Assassination of William McKinley” [chapter 24]. Famous Assassinations of History. Chicago: A. C. McClurg, 1903: pp. 381-95. READ

Jones, George James. “William McKinley.” Cambrian Oct. 1901 v21n10: pp. 433-35. READ

Kempf, Edward J. “The Psychopathology of Paranoia” [chapter 9]. Psychopathology. St. Louis: C. V. Mosby, 1920: pp. 421-76. READ

“The Logic of Lunacy.” St. Louis Post-Dispatch 8 Sept. 1901 v54n18: part 2, p. 6. READ

Manley, T. H. “Some of the Surgical Aspects of the Assassination of President McKinley.” Medical Times and Register Oct. 1901 v39n10: pp. 260-62. READ

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. READ

McClure, Alexander K. “McKinley’s Triumph and Tragic Death.” Colonel Alexander K. McClure’s Recollections of Half a Century. Salem: Salem Press, 1902: pp. 145-53. READ

McDill, Jo. “Jo McDill’s Musings.” Kansas Agitator 8 Nov. 1901 v12n23: p. 1. READ

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. READ

Moyer, Harold N. “Dr. Moyer, Alienist, Thinks Czolgosz Sane; No Mental Defect or Degeneracy in Face.” Chicago Daily Tribune 9 Sept. 1901 v60n252: part 1, p. 2. READ

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

Pickett, L. L. “Romanism and Politics” [chapter 24]. Uncle Sam or the Pope, Which? Louisville: Pentecostal Publishing, 1916: pp. 269-91. READ

“The Present and the Past.” Medical News 14 Sept. 1901 v79n11: p. 421. READ

“President McKinley.” North American Journal of Homœopathy Oct. 1901 v49n10: pp. 622-24. READ

“President McKinley.” Saturday Evening Post 21 Sept. 1901 v174n12: p. 10. READ

“President McKinley Assassinated.” Iowa State Register 7 Sept. 1901 v46n210: p. 4. READ

“The President Spared.” Nation 12 Sept. 1901 v73n1889: p. 200. READ

“The President’s Death.” Conservative 19 Sept. 1901 v4n11: p. 2. READ

“Raise Point of Disability.” Chicago Daily Tribune 10 Sept. 1901 v60n253: part 1, p. 2. READ

“Roosevelt’s Dime-Novel Play.” Southern Mercury 1 Oct. 1903 v23n40: p. 4. READ

“Senator Foraker.” Sunday Morning Globe 24 Nov. 1901 v2n4: p. 1. READ

Snow, Jane Elliott. “A Retrospect” [chapter 1]. The Life of William McKinley, Twenty-Fifth President of the United States. Cleveland: Imperial Press, 1908: pp. 13-14. READ

“This Comet Has Heralded the Assassination of 3 Presidents.” Toledo Sunday Bee 27 Oct. 1901 v26: part 3, p. 21. READ

“W. C. T. U. Column.” Logan County News 23 Feb. 1912 v9n15: p. [8]. READ

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

Watkins, John Elfreth, Jr. “M’Kinley Death Mask.” Sunday Journal 29 Dec. 1901 v51n363: part 2, p. 13. READ

 

 presidential assassinations (comparison: illustrations)

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

 

 presidential elections

“The Strength of Our Free Government.” American Monthly Review of Reviews Oct. 1901 v24n4: p. 388. READ

 

 presidential succession

[untitled]. Freeman 21 Sept. 1901 v14n38: p. [4]. READ

“Current Topics.” Solicitors’ Journal and Reporter 21 Sept. 1901 v45n47: pp. 775-77. READ

“The Law and the Lawyers.” Law Times 21 Sept. 1901 v111n3051: pp. 453-55. READ

“Mr. Roosevelt’s Theory of the Vice-Presidency.” American Monthly Review of Reviews Oct. 1901 v24n4: p. 392. READ

“Neat Question Now Discussed.” Baltimore American 13 Jan. 1901 v190n34568: p. 13. READ

“The New Administration.” Public 21 Sept. 1901 v4n181: pp. 372-74. READ

“Our Monthly Talk.” Medical World Oct. 1901 v19n10: pp. 449-52. READ

“President Roosevelt.” Commercial and Financial Chronicle 21 Sept. 1901 v73n1891: pp. 584-85. READ

“President Roosevelt.” World’s Work Oct. 1901 v2n6: pp. 1240, 1243. READ

“Succession to the Presidential Chair.” Harper’s Weekly 21 Sept. 1901 v45n2335: p. 946. READ

“The Vice-Presidency.” Saturday Evening Post 12 Oct. 1901 v174n15: p. 12. READ

“The Vice-President’s Duties.” Harper’s Weekly 14 Sept. 1901 v45n2334: p. 913. READ

 

 presidential succession (impact on economy)

[untitled]. Bankers’ Magazine Oct. 1901 v63n4: pp. 567-69. READ

 

 presidents

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

 

 presidents (handshaking in public)

SEE ALSO presidents (public access to)

[untitled]. Dakota Farmers Leader 27 Sept. 1901 v12n14: p. [4]. READ

[untitled]. Oklahoma State Capital 10 Sept. 1901 v13n122: p. 4. READ

[untitled]. Philistine Oct. 1901 v13n5: pp. 157-59. READ

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

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

“Familiarity That Breeds Danger.” Saturday Evening Post 28 Sept. 1901 v174n13: p. 12. READ

Hughes, Charles Hamilton. [untitled]. Alienist and Neurologist Oct. 1901 v22n4: p. 724. READ

“Invitation and Permission.” Medical Dial Oct. 1901 v3n10: p. 243. READ

“Law in Its Relation to the Assassination of the Pesident” [sic]. Bar Oct. 1901 v8n10: pp. 341-43. READ

Lucy, Henry. “Chapter XVIII.” The Diary of a Journalist. London: John Murray, 1922: pp. 231-47. READ

M., E. L. C. “Presidential Handshaking.” Nation 26 Sept. 1901 v73n1891: p. 245. READ

 

 presidents (incapacity)

“Raise Point of Disability.” Chicago Daily Tribune 10 Sept. 1901 v60n253: part 1, p. 2. READ

“The Shooting of President McKinley.” Collier’s Weekly 14 Sept. 1901 v27n24: p. 5. READ

 

 presidents (memorial addresses, published)

“Memorial Addresses on Lincoln, Garfield, and McKinley.” The Statutes at Large of the United States of America. Vol. 33. Part 2. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1905: pp. 2081-82. READ

 

 presidents (plots against)

SEE McKinley assassination

SEE presidential assassinations

SEE Theodore Roosevelt (plots against)

SEE William McKinley (other plots against)

 

 presidents (protection)

SEE ALSO rulers (protection)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (protection)

SEE ALSO William McKinley (protection)

[untitled]. Dakota Farmers Leader 27 Sept. 1901 v12n14: p. [4]. READ

[untitled]. Public 14 Sept. 1901 v4n180: pp. 353-55. READ

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

[untitled]. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal 13 June 1902 v30n30: p. [2]. READ

[untitled]. Western New-Yorker 12 Sept. 1901 v61n37: p. [4]. READ

“The Anarchists as a Practical Problem.” American Monthly Review of Reviews Oct. 1901 v24n4: p. 389. READ

“Anarchy and Its Victim.” Canada Law Journal 1 Oct. 1901 v37n18: pp. 678-80. READ

Cleveland, Grover. “The Safety of the President.” Saturday Evening Post 5 Oct. 1901 v174n14: pp. 3-4. READ

Colt, Le Baron Bradford. “Anarchy.” American Lawyer Apr. 1902 v10n4: pp. 148-54. READ

Gibbons, James. “Address.” William McKinley: Character Sketches of America’s Martyred Chieftain. Comp. Charles E. Benedict. New York: Blanchard Press, [1901?]: pp. 186-89. READ

Gittings, John G. “Detectives Who Do Not Detect.” Clarksburg Telegram 13 Sept. 1901 v40n45: p. 4. READ

“The Law and the Penalty.” Sunday Oregonian 9 Mar. 1902 v21n10: part 1, p. 4. READ

“The New Administration.” Public 21 Sept. 1901 v4n181: pp. 372-74. READ

Pinkerton, Robert A. “Detective Surveillance of Anarchists.” North American Review Nov. 1901 v173n540: pp. 609-17. READ

Potter, Chester D. “Sad Breakdown of Best Precautions.” Pittsburgh Commercial Gazette 7 Sept. 1901 v116n36: p. 3. READ

“President Taft’s Walks.” Every Where Feb. 1910 v25n6: pp. 368-69. READ

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

Richter, M. S. “Shall the President Wear Armor?” Buffalo Evening News 13 Sept. 1901 v42n132: p. 9. READ

“Roosevelt’s Dime-Novel Play.” Southern Mercury 1 Oct. 1903 v23n40: p. 4. READ

“Special Act Is Opposed.” Iowa State Bystander 14 Feb. 1902 v8n36: p. [7]. READ

St. Clair, Labert. “A Protector of Presidents.” Collier’s 17 Jan. 1914 v52n18: p. 25. READ

Taft, William Howard. “The Presidency: Its Possibilities, Limitations and Responsibilities.” Rotarian Mar. 1917 v10n3: pp. 199-204, 244, 246, 248, 250, 252. READ

“To Protect the President.” St. Louis Republic 24 Mar. 1902 v94n267: p. 4. READ

 

 presidents (public access to)

SEE ALSO presidents (handshaking in public)

[untitled]. Dakota Farmers Leader 27 Sept. 1901 v12n14: p. [4]. READ

Cleveland, Grover. “The Safety of the President.” Saturday Evening Post 5 Oct. 1901 v174n14: pp. 3-4. READ

 

 President’s Day

SEE Pan-American Exposition (President’s Day)

 

 Presley M. Rixey

SEE ALSO McKinley physicians

[untitled]. Southern California Practitioner May 1903 v18n5: p. 230. READ

“Criticism of the Medical Attendants of President McKinley.” Philadelphia Medical Journal 28 Sept. 1901 v8n13: p. 499. READ

“Dr. Rixey to Tell the Story.” Burlington Hawk-Eye 27 Sept. 1901 v63n94: p. 2. READ

“Echoes and News.” Medical News 28 Sept. 1901 v79n13: pp. 505-09. READ

“Personal.” Buffalo Medical Journal Nov. 1901 v41n4 (new series): pp. 300-02. READ

Pilcher, James Evelyn. “Surgeon General Presley Marion Rixey, United States Navy.” Journal of the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States May 1902 v10n4: pp. 629-31. READ

Rixey, Presley M. “Medical and Surgical Report of the Case of the Late President of the United States.” Report of the Surgeon-General, U. S. Navy. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1901: pp. 297-318. READ

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

 

 Presley M. Rixey (photographs)

SEE ALSO McKinley physicians (photographs)

“Dr. P. M. Rixey.” Memorial Life of William McKinley. By G. W. Townsend. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: [unnumbered plate]. READ

“Dr. Preston [sic] M. Rixey.” Pearson’s Magazine Nov. 1901: p. 519. READ

 

 Presley M. Rixey (public statements)

“Mrs. McKinley’s Condition.” Daily Picayune 22 Sept. 1901 v65n241: part 1, p. 2. READ

 

 the press

SEE ALSO yellow journalism

[untitled]. Butte Inter Mountain 8 Jan. 1902 v21n245: p. 4. READ

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

“The New Pace for Children.” Century Magazine Dec. 1901 v63n2: pp. 315-16. READ

 

 the press (censorship)

SEE ALSO freedom of speech (restrictions on)

Whibley, Charles. “Musings without Method.” Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Oct. 1901 v170n132: pp. 559-69. READ

“‘Yellow Journalism’s’ Responsibility.” Congregationalist and Christian World 14 Sept. 1901 v86n37: p. 379. READ

 

 the press (criticism)

SEE ALSO yellow journalism

[untitled]. Engineering Review Sept. 1901 v11: p. 17. READ

[untitled]. Saratoga Sun 26 Sept. 1901 v11n8: p. [4]. READ

[untitled]. Southern Mercury 3 Apr. 1902 v22n14: p. 16. READ

“The Assassination of President McKinley.” Southern Planter Oct. 1901 v62n10: p. 583. READ

Betiero, T. J. “Was Czolgosz Hypnotized?” Star of the Magi 1 Nov. 1901 v3n1: pp. 16-17. READ

“The Dilemma of Authority.” Freedom Oct. 1901 v15n161: pp. 59-60. READ

Drake, Timothy. “Newspapers and New Thought.” Physical Culture Jan. 1902 v6n4: pp. 174-76. READ

Gladney, Frank Y. “President Roosevelt.” Times [London] 19 Sept. 1901 n36564: p. 6. READ

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

“Hypocrital [sic] Newspapers.” International Wood Worker Sept. 1901 v10n9: p. 101. READ

“John Most.” Freedom Nov. 1901 v15n162: p. 67. READ

“Journalism and Cranks.” Daily Courier-Light 25 July 1904 v24n97: p. [3]. READ

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

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

 

 the press (freedom of)

SEE ALSO freedom of speech

Bryce, James. “The Press in a Democracy” [chapter 10]. Modern Democracies. Vol. 1. New York: Macmillan, 1921: pp. 92-110. READ

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

Odell, Benjamin B., Jr. “Annual Message.” Public Papers of Benjamin B. Odell, Jr. Vol. 2. Albany: J. B. Lyon, 1907: pp. 3-50. READ

Smith, Goldwin. “Shall the Press Be Muzzled?” Sun 30 Oct. 1901 v69n60: p. 6. READ

 

 the press (impact on Czolgosz)

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

Abbott, Lyman. “The Perils of Democracy” [lecture 10]. The Rights of Man. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1902: pp. 278-312. READ

“Criminal Tolerance.” Journal and Herald 19 Sept. 1901 v35n35: p. [4]. READ

 

 preventing assassinations

SEE assassination (preventative measures)

 

 Price, Joseph

SEE Joseph Price

 

 print media

SEE the press

 

 Probert, R. H.

SEE R. H. Probert

 

 proclamations

SEE ALSO messages

SEE ALSO resolutions

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (first official proclamation)

 

 proclamations (Governor Nash, Ohio)

“M’Kinley’s State Mourning.” Chicago Daily Tribune 14 Sept. 1901 v60n257: p. 11. READ

 

 proclamations (Governor Odell, New York)

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

Odell, Benjamin B., Jr. “Proclamation Concerning President McKinley.” Public Papers of Benjamin B. Odell, Jr. Vol. 2. Albany: J. B. Lyon, 1907: p. 51. READ

Odell, Benjamin B., Jr. “Proclamation on Anniversary of the Death of President M’Kinley.” Public Papers of Benjamin B. Odell, Jr. Vol. 2. Albany: J. B. Lyon, 1907: p. 242. READ

Odell, Benjamin B., Jr. “Proclamation on the Death of President McKinley.” Public Papers of Benjamin B. Odell, Jr. Vol. 1. Albany: J. B. Lyon, 1907: pp. 242-43. READ

 

 proclamations (Governor Smith, Maryland)

“Prayers for the President.” Iowa State Register 8 Sept. 1901 v46n211: p. 1. READ

“Will Pray for the President’s Recovery.” Norfolk Landmark 10 Sept. 1901 v53n12: p. 8. READ

 

 proclamations (governors, U.S. states)

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

 

 proclamations (Mayor Baird, Portsmouth, VA)

“Norfolk and Portsmouth.” Times [Richmond] 19 Sept. 1901 v16n192: p. 3. READ

 

 proclamations (Mayor Diehl, Buffalo, NY)

“Mayor Diehl’s Proclamation.” Buffalo Evening News 16 Sept. 1901 v42n134: p. 8. READ

 

 proclamations (Mayor Taylor, Norfolk, VA)

“Norfolk and Portsmouth.” Times [Richmond] 19 Sept. 1901 v16n192: p. 3. READ

 

 proclamations (Theodore Roosevelt)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (first official proclamation)

 

 proclamations (Theodore Roosevelt: Thanksgiving Day)

“Thanksgiving Day.” Lancaster Times 7 Nov. 1901 v22n23: p. [3]. READ

 

 prosecution of Czolgosz

SEE Leon Czolgosz (prosecution)

 

 protection (McKinley)

SEE William McKinley (protection)

 

 protection (presidents)

SEE presidents (protection)

 

 protection (Roosevelt)

SEE Theodore Roosevelt (protection)

 

 protection (rulers)

SEE rulers (protection)

 

 Proctor, Redfield

SEE Redfield Proctor

 

 Prucha, John

SEE John Prucha

 

 Prudden, T. Mitchell

SEE T. Mitchell Prudden

 

 psychiatric examination (Czolgosz)

SEE Leon Czolgosz (psychiatric examination)

 

 psychiatrists

SEE Czolgosz physicians

 

 public schools

SEE schools, public

 

 Pulitzer, Joseph

SEE Joseph Pulitzer

 

 Pullman, Charles

SEE Charles Pullman

 

 Pullman, James Minton

SEE James Minton Pullman

 


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