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 T. De Witt Talmage

 

 T. De Witt Talmage (public statements)

[untitled]. Journal-Advance 13 Sept. 1901 v7n39: p. [2]. READ

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

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

“News.” Public 14 Sept. 1901 v4n180: pp. 360-62. READ

“Pulpit Anarchy.” Socialist Spirit Oct. 1901 v1n2: pp. 12-13. READ

Strickland, C. A. “Retrospection” [chapter 6]. One Free Life at a Time. Salt Lake City: C. A. Strickland, 1902: pp. 66-81. READ

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

 

 T. J. Gunning

 

 T. J. Gunning (public addresses)

Gunning, T. J. “Political Veterinarianism in Illinois.” American Veterinary Review Feb. 1902 v25n11: pp. 904-08. READ

 

 T. L. Catterson

 

 T. L. Catterson (public statements)

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

 

 T. M. Geddes

 

 T. M. Geddes (public statements)

“News and Views.” Black and White Budget 28 Sept. 1901 v6n103: pp. 2-4. READ

 

 T. Mitchell Prudden

 

 T. Mitchell Prudden (public statements)

“Awaiting a Full Report.” New-York Tribune 17 Sept. 1901 v61n20029: p. 6. READ

 

 Taft, William Howard

SEE William Howard Taft

 

 Talmage, T. De Witt

SEE T. De Witt Talmage

 

 Tappen, Frederick D.

SEE Frederick D. Tappen

 

 Taube Bienowitch Goldman

 

 Taube Bienowitch Goldman (public statements)

“Mother Defends Her Daughter.” St. Louis Republic 10 Sept. 1901 v94n72: p. 4. READ

 

 Taylor, Charles H.

SEE Charles H. Taylor

 

 technology (impact on society)

[untitled]. Western Electrician 21 Sept. 1901 v29n12: p. 186. READ

“President McKinley.” Electrical World and Engineer 14 Sept. 1901 v38n11: p. 413. READ

 

 telegrams

SEE ALSO messages

SEE ALSO William McKinley (condolences)

[notice]. Buffalo Commercial 9 Sept. 1901 v70n21441: p. 6. READ

“Deluge of Telegrams.” Madison County Times 13 Sept. 1901 v32n7: p. [3]. READ

Farquhar, A. B., and Samuel Crowther. “Here and There and the Presidents” [chapter 11]. The First Million the Hardest. Garden City: Doubleday, Page, 1922: pp. 206-31. READ

“Favorable Bulletins from Washington.” Manila Times 12 Sept. 1901 v2n151: p. 1. READ

“President McKinley Has Passed Out of Danger.” Manila Times 13 Sept. 1901 v2n152: p. 1. READ

“President McKinley’s Condition Is Still Encouraging.” Manila Times 11 Sept. 1901 v2n150: p. 1. READ

“Telegrams of Condolence.” Madison County Times 13 Sept. 1901 v32n7: p. [3]. READ

 

 telegrams (British Association for the Advancement of Science)

“Scientific Notes and News.” Science 27 Sept. 1901 v14n352 (new series): pp. 500-03. READ

 

 telegrams (Clearing House Committee)

“Stocks Buoyed by Hope.” New-York Tribune 10 Sept. 1901 v61n20022: p. 14. READ

 

 telegrams (Daughters of the American Revolution)

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

 

 telegrams (Emperor William II, Germany)

“The World-Wide Mourning.” Congregationalist and Christian World 21 Sept. 1901 v86n38: pp. 411-12. READ

 

 telegrams (Institution of Civil Engineers)

“Minutes of Meetings: Of the Society.” Proceedings of the American Society of Civil Engineers Oct. 1901 v27n8: pp. 213-18. READ

 

 telegrams (John Wisser)

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

 

 telegrams (King Edward VII)

“Queen Margherita Affected.” Madison County Times v32n7: p. [3]. READ

“The World-Wide Mourning.” Congregationalist and Christian World 21 Sept. 1901 v86n38: pp. 411-12. READ

 

 telegrams (London Commercial Sale-Rooms)

“The Death of Mr. McKinley.” Chemist and Druggist 21 Sept. 1901 v59n12: p. 515. READ

 

 telegrams (Polish American societies)

“Poles Repudiate Him.” Daily Picayune 9 Sept. 1901 v65n228: pp. 1, 7. READ

 

 telegrams (President Loubet, France)

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

“The World-Wide Mourning.” Congregationalist and Christian World 21 Sept. 1901 v86n38: pp. 411-12. READ

 

 telegrams (Spanish-American War Nurses)

McGee, Anita Newcomb. “Second Annual Meeting of the Spanish-American War Nurses.” American Journal of Nursing Nov. 1901 v2n2: pp. 121-31. READ

McGee, Anita Newcomb. “Second Annual Meeting of the Spanish-American War Nurses.” Trained Nurse and Hospital Review Nov. 1901 v27n5: pp. 275-80. READ

 

 Temple of Music

SEE ALSO McKinley assassination (crime scene)

SEE ALSO Pan-American Exposition

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

“Crowds Throng to See M’Kinley’s Picture in Floor.” Buffalo Courier 2 Oct. 1901 v66n275: p. 8. READ

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

“Exposition, The Pan-American.” The Annual Cyclopædia. New York: D. Appleton, 1902: pp. 213-20. READ

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

“Souvenir Fiend Abroad.” Omaha Daily Bee 13 Sept. 1901: p. 6. READ

“Striking Likeness in Wooden Floor Where M’Kinley Was Shot.” Buffalo Courier 1 Oct. 1901 v66n274: p. 8. READ

“The Temple of Music.” Menorah Aug. 1900 v29n2: pp. 122-24. READ

“Temple of Music Will Reopen Tomorrow.” Buffalo Evening News 7 Sept. 1901 v42n127: p. 8. READ

 

 Temple of Music (architectural reproductions)

“Temple of Music Planned.” Buffalo Courier 15 May 1904 v69n136: part 4, p. 29. READ

 

 Temple of Music (engineering specifications)

“The Music Hall of the Pan-American Exposition.” Engineering Record 9 Feb. 1901 v43n6: pp. 132-34. READ

 

 Temple of Music (illustrations)

SEE ALSO Temple of Music (photographs)

“Temple of Music.” The Pan-American Exposition and How to See It. Ed. Mark Bennitt. Buffalo: Goff, 1901: [no pagination]. READ

“Temple of Music, Buffalo.” Richmond Dispatch 8 Sept. 1901 n15721: p. 1. READ

 

 Temple of Music (photographs)

SEE ALSO McKinley assassination (crime scene: photographs)

SEE ALSO Temple of Music (illustrations)

Arnold, C. D. “Fountain of Abundance and Music Temple.” Official Views of Pan-American Exposition. Buffalo: Matthews-Northrup Works, 1901: [unnumbered plate]. READ

Arnold, C. D. “Horticulture Building and Temple of Music.” Official Views of Pan-American Exposition. Buffalo: Matthews-Northrup Works, 1901: [unnumbered plate]. READ

Arnold, C. D. “Interior of the Temple of Music.” Minneapolis Journal 9 Sept. 1901: p. 9. READ

Arnold, C. D. “The Temple of Music.” Critic June 1901 v38n6: p. 520. READ

Arnold, C. D. “Temple of Music.” Official Views of Pan-American Exposition. Buffalo: Matthews-Northrup Works, 1901: [unnumbered plate]. READ

Arnold, C. D. “Temple of Music Illuminated.” Official Views of Pan-American Exposition. Buffalo: Matthews-Northrup Works, 1901: [unnumbered plate]. READ

Dugmore, A. R. “The Court of Fountains in Illumination (Looking South).” World’s Work Aug. 1901 v2n4: p. 1019. READ

Dugmore, A. R. “The Temple of Music at Night.” World’s Work Aug. 1901 v2n4: p. 1022. READ

“The Esplanade at the Exposition.” The True Story of the Assassination of President McKinley at Buffalo. By Richard H. Barry. Buffalo: Robert Allan Reid, 1901: p. 7. READ

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

“Interior of Temple of Music.” Cleveland Plain Dealer 8 Sept. 1901 v60n251: part 1, p. 1. READ

“The Pillars of the Temple of Music.” Cosmopolitan Sept. 1901 v31n5: p. 502. READ

Simon, A. W. “The Temple of Music.” World’s Work Aug. 1901 v2n4: p. 1017. READ

“The Temple of Music.” The True Story of the Assassination of President McKinley at Buffalo. By Richard H. Barry. Buffalo: Robert Allan Reid, 1901: p. [4]. READ

“The Temple of Music as Seen through the Portico of the Machinery Building.” World’s Work Aug. 1901 v2n4: p. 1088. READ

“The Temple of Music at the Pan-American.” The Heroic Life of William McKinley, Our Third Martyr President. Boston: DeWolfe, Fiske, 1902: p. 37. READ

“Visitors to the Pan-American Exposition Waiting in Line for the President’s Reception.” Pearson’s Magazine Nov. 1901: p. 516. READ

 

 Terry McGovern

“Terry M’Govern to Buy the Milburn Residence.” Stark County Democrat 26 Apr. 1904 v70n92: p. 7. READ

 

 Tetzel, Fanny Grant

SEE Fanny Grant Tetzel

 

 Thaddeus A. Reamy

 

 Thaddeus A. Reamy (public statements)

“The Cincinnati Obstetrical Society.” Cincinnati Lancet-Clinic 24 Jan. 1903 v50 (new series): pp. 92-94. READ

 

 thankfulness

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

“The Week.” Public Opinion 7 Nov. 1901 v31n19: p. 581. [excerpt 1 of 2] READ

 

 Theodore G. Steinke

 

 Theodore G. Steinke (public statements)

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



 Theodore Roosevelt

SEE ALSO Roosevelt

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (personal character)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (personal history)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (political character)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (presidential character)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (religious character)

[untitled]. Indian’s Friend Oct. 1901 v14n2: pp. 6-7. READ

[untitled]. Irish-American 28 Sept. 1901 v53n39: p. 4. READ

[untitled]. New Jersey Law Journal Oct. 1901 v24n10: pp. 674-75. READ

[untitled]. San Francisco Call 25 Oct. 1901 v90n147: p. 6. READ

[untitled]. Times [London] 17 Sept. 1901 n36562: p. 7. READ

[untitled]. Washington Bee 21 Sept. 1901 v20n17: p. [4]. READ

[untitled]. Washington Bee 21 Sept. 1901 v20n17: p. [4]. READ

[untitled]. Waycross Weekly Herald 12 Oct. 1901 v22n22: p. [4]. READ

[untitled]. Western New-Yorker 26 Sept. 1901 v61n39: p. [4]. READ

Banks, Charles Eugene, and Le Roy Armstrong. “Succeeds to the Presidency” [chapter 19]. Theodore Roosevelt, Twenty-Sixth President of the United States. Chicago: S. Stone, 1901: pp. 369-78. READ

“Buffalo Has Double Honor.” Buffalo Enquirer 5 Sept. 1901 v58n33: p. 6. READ

Clark, Champ. “McKinley and Roosevelt” [chapter 16]. My Quarter Century of American Politics. Vol. 1. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1920: pp. 424-49. READ

“Country Notes.” Country Life 21 Sept. 1901 v10n246: pp. 355-56. READ

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

Davenport, James Pierpont. “Our American Letter.” Law Times 12 Oct. 1901 v111n3054: pp. 515-17. READ

“Demise of President McKinley.” Detroit Medical Journal Sept. 1901 v1n6: pp. 175-76. READ

Elson, Henry William. “War and Expansion” [chapter 34]. History of the United States of America. New York: Macmillan, 1904: pp. 878-911. READ

Everett, Marshall. “President Roosevelt Takes the Oath of Office” [chapter 28]. Complete Life of William McKinley and Story of His Assassination. Memorial ed. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 304-18. READ

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. READ

Gilder, Richard Watson. “Roosevelt in the White House.” Letters of Richard Watson Gilder. Ed. Rosamond Gilder. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1916: pp. 341-42. READ

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

Ingersoll, E. P. “A Lesson to Be Learned.” William McKinley: Character Sketches of America’s Martyred Chieftain. Comp. Charles E. Benedict. New York: Blanchard Press, [1901?]: pp. 107-10. READ

“Juvenilia.” Nation 3 Oct. 1901 v73n1892: p. 258. READ

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

Martin, E. S. “This Busy World.” Harper’s Weekly 5 Oct. 1901 v45n2337: p. 1011. READ

“Mentions.” Railway Conductor Oct. 1901 v18n10: pp. 802-07. READ

“Mike M’Laughlin Suicides.” Blue Grass Blade 5 Jan. 1902 v10n46: p. 1. READ

“The New President.” Irish-American 21 Sept. 1901 v53n38: p. 1. READ

“Notes on Politics.” Buffalo Enquirer 6 Sept. 1901 v58n34: p. 2. READ

“Original and Selected Miscellany.” Cambrian Nov. 1901 v21n11: pp. 524-27. READ

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

Pendel, Thomas F. “Thanksgiving at the White House.” Collier’s Weekly 23 Nov. 1901 v28n8: p. 20. READ

“Peril and Petty Annoyances of Public Life.” American Amateur Photographer Oct. 1901 v13n10: pp. 455-56. READ

“President M’Kinley’s Death.” Nation 19 Sept. 1901 v73n1890: p. 218. READ

“President Roosevelt.” Chautauquan Oct. 1901 v34n1: pp. 3-4. READ

Read, Opie. “A Typical American.” Theodore Roosevelt, Twenty-Sixth President of the United States. By Charles Eugene Banks and Le Roy Armstrong. Chicago: S. Stone, 1901: pp. 25-31. READ

Robinson, Corinne Roosevelt. “Home Life in the White House” [chapter 11]. My Brother Theodore Roosevelt. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1921: pp. 206-35. READ

Stealey, O. O. “At the White House” [chapter 5]. Twenty Years in the Press Gallery. New York: O. O. Stealey, 1906: pp. 27-32. READ

“Theodore Roosevelt, President.” Gunton’s Magazine Oct. 1901 v21n4: pp. 315-19. READ

“The Week.” Nation 26 Sept. 1901 v73n1891: pp. 235-37. [excerpt 1 of 3] READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (arrival at Buffalo, NY: 7 Sept. 1901)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (at Buffalo, NY)

“Roosevelt Is with M’Kinley.” Chicago Sunday Tribune 8 Sept. 1901 v60n251: part 1, p. 2. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (arrival at Buffalo, NY: 14 Sept. 1901)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (at Buffalo, NY)

Wilcox, Ansley. “Theodore Roosevelt, President.” How Theodore Roosevelt Became President of the United States in Buffalo, September 14, 1901. [Buffalo?]: Roosevelt Memorial Association, 1919: pp. 3-6. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (as president)

SEE Roosevelt presidency

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (as vice president)

SEE Roosevelt vice-presidency

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (assassination attempt)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (plots against)

Remey, Oliver E., Henry F. Cochems, and Wheeler P. Bloodgood. “Schrank Describes Shooting” [chapter 17]. The Attempted Assassination of Ex-President Theodore Roosevelt. 2nd ed. Milwaukee: Progressive Publishing, 1912: pp. 202-07. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (assumption of presidency)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (inauguration)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (swearing in)

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

[untitled]. Life 26 Sept. 1901 v38n986: p. 244. READ

[untitled]. Life 3 Oct. 1901 v38n987: p. 264. READ

[untitled]. Massachusetts Ploughman and New England Journal of Agriculture 28 Sept. 1901 v61n1: p. 4. READ

[untitled]. New Jersey Law Journal Oct. 1901 v24n10: pp. 674-75. READ

“The Accession of Mr. Roosevelt.” American Monthly Review of Reviews Oct. 1901 v24n4: p. 387. READ

“The Accession of President Roosevelt.” Outlook 21 Sept. 1901 v69n3: p. 144. READ

Banks, Charles Eugene, and Le Roy Armstrong. “Succeeds to the Presidency” [chapter 19]. Theodore Roosevelt, Twenty-Sixth President of the United States. Chicago: S. Stone, 1901: pp. 369-78. READ

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. READ

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

Chapple, Joe Mitchell. “Affairs at Washington.” National Magazine Nov. 1901 v15n2: pp. 131-55. READ

“Chronicle of the Week.” Tablet 21 Sept. 1901 v98n3202: pp. 437-40. READ

“Country Notes.” Country Life 21 Sept. 1901 v10n246: pp. 355-56. READ

“Country Notes.” Country Life 28 Sept. 1901 v10n247: pp. 387-88. READ

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

“The Duty of the Hour.” Congregationalist and Christian World 21 Sept. 1901 v86n38: p. 409. READ

“Effect of Death on Business.” Chicago Daily Tribune 14 Sept. 1901 v60n257: p. 11. READ

Everett, Marshall. “President Roosevelt Takes the Oath of Office” [chapter 28]. Complete Life of William McKinley and Story of His Assassination. Memorial ed. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 304-18. READ

“The Financial Situation.” Commercial and Financial Chronicle 21 Sept. 1901 v73n1891: pp. 582-84. READ

Gilman, Bradley. “The Presidential Plateau—First Half” [chapter 12]. Roosevelt: The Happy Warrior. Boston: Little, Brown, 1921: pp. 201-28. READ

Gilman, Bradley. “A Reluctant Vice-President” [chapter 11]. Roosevelt: The Happy Warrior. Boston: Little, Brown, 1921: pp. 182-200. READ

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

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

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

“An Inherited Fight.” Puck 16 Oct. 1901 v50n1285: [no pagination]. READ

Latané, John Holladay. “Free Silver Versus Imperialism (1900)” [chapter 7]. America as a World Power, 1897-1907. New York: Harper, 1907: pp. 120-32. READ

Laufer, Calvin Weiss. “The Father’s Friendship Never Faileth” [chapter 29]. Key-Notes of Optimism. Boston: Sherman, French, 1911: pp. 144-47. READ

Leupp, Francis E. “New Faces in Old Places” [chapter 8]. Walks about Washington. Boston: Little, Brown, 1915: pp. 207-34. 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

Morris, Charles. “A Vigorous Champion in the Presidential Chair” [chapter 8]. Battling for the Right: The Life-Story of Theodore Roosevelt. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1910: pp. 63-68. READ

Mowbray, Jay Henry. “Suddenly Called to Be President” [chapter 11]. Illustrious Career and Heroic Deeds of Colonel Roosevelt, “The Intellectual Giant. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1910: pp. 165-70. READ

“Mr. Roosevelt and Mr. McKinley.” American Monthly Review of Reviews Oct. 1901 v24n4: p. 393. READ

“Mourning, Contrition, Confidence.” Evangelist 19 Sept. 1901 v72n38: p. 3. READ

“The New ‘Era of Good Feeling.’” American Monthly Review of Reviews Oct. 1901 v24n4: pp. 391-92. READ

“The New President.” Gunton’s Magazine Oct. 1901 v21n4: pp. 294-96. READ

“News of the Week.” Public Opinion 19 Sept. 1901 v31n12: p. 379. READ

Platt, Thomas Collier. “1900-1901” [chapter 19]. The Autobiography of Thomas Collier Platt. Comp. and ed. Louis J. Lang. New York: B. W. Dodge, 1910: pp. 383-405. READ

Pocock, Roger. “The Cowboy President” [chapter 28]. Captains of Adventure. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1913: pp. 202-07. READ

“President M’Kinley’s Death.” Nation 19 Sept. 1901 v73n1890: p. 218. READ

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

“President Roosevelt.” Saturday Evening Post 28 Sept. 1901 v174n13: p. 12. READ

“President Roosevelt.” Timely Topics 20 Sept. 1901 v6n3: pp. 41-42. READ

“President Roosevelt Summoned.” Congregationalist and Christian World 21 Sept. 1901 v86n38: p. 411. READ

“The President’s Independent Position.” American Monthly Review of Reviews Oct. 1901 v24n4: p. 394. READ

“Reasons for Confidence.” Electrical World and Engineer 21 Sept. 1901 v38n12: p. 453. READ

Robinson, Corinne Roosevelt. “Home Life in the White House” [chapter 11]. My Brother Theodore Roosevelt. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1921: pp. 206-35. READ

“Roosevelt—A Character Sketch.” International Socialist Review Oct. 1901 v2n4: pp. 314-15. READ

Shepherd, William R. “Record of Political Events.” Political Science Quarterly Dec. 1901 v16n4: pp. 741-59. READ

Snow, Jane Elliott. “A Nation’s Loss” [chapter 14]. The Life of William McKinley, Twenty-Fifth President of the United States. Cleveland: Imperial Press, 1908: pp. 69-72. READ

“Summary of Events.” Friend 21 Sept. 1901 v75n10: pp. 79-80. READ

“Summary of Events.” Friend 28 Sept. 1901 v75n11: p. 88. READ

“Theodore Roosevelt, President.” Gunton’s Magazine Oct. 1901 v21n4: pp. 315-19. READ

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

“The Week.” Nation 19 Sept. 1901 v73n1890: pp. 215-17. [excerpt 2 of 4] READ

“The Week.” Nation 19 Sept. 1901 v73n1890: pp. 215-17. [excerpt 3 of 4] READ

“The Week.” Nation 26 Sept. 1901 v73n1891: pp. 235-37. [excerpt 1 of 3] READ

“The Week.” Public Opinion 19 Sept. 1901 v31n12: p. 355. READ

Wellman, Walter. “The Last Days of President M’Kinley: His Visit to Buffalo, the Tragedy, and the Nation’s Mourning.” American Monthly Review of Reviews Oct. 1901 v24n4: pp. 414-30. READ

Wise, John S. “Theodore Roosevelt” [chapter 13]. Recollections of Thirteen Presidents. New York: Doubleday, Page, 1906: pp. 237-76. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (assumption of presidency: editorial cartoons)

SEE ALSO Roosevelt presidency (editorial cartoons)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (editorial cartoons)

Barritt, Leon. “Confidence in Roosevelt.” New-York Tribune 17 Sept. 1901 v61n20029: p. 9. READ

Bartholomew, Charles Lewis. “Still a Strong Hand at the Wheel.” Minneapolis Journal 14 Sept. 1901: part 1, p. 1. READ

Wing, Frank. [editorial cartoon]. St. Paul Globe 15 Sept. 1901 v24n258: part 1, p. 1. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (assumption of presidency: personal response)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (assumption of presidency: public response)

[untitled]. Collier’s Weekly 28 Sept. 1901 v27n26: p. 3. READ

Cloak, S. D. “Roosevelt and Pulitzer, 1901-1909.” Harper’s Weekly 13 Feb. 1909 v53n2721: p. 6. READ

Ewan, John A. “Current Events Abroad.” Canadian Magazine Oct. 1901 v17n6: pp. 568-71. READ

“A Grand Beginning.” Western New-Yorker 26 Sept. 1901 v61n39: p. [4]. READ

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

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

“Our Washington Letter.” North American Journal of Homœopathy Jan. 1902 v50n1: pp. 80-82. READ

“The Possibility of Mr. Roosevelt.” Milwaukee Journal 7 Sept. 1901 v19: p. 6. READ

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

Sinclair, Upton. “The Revolution” [chapter 6]. The Industrial Republic. New York: Doubleday, Page, 1907: pp. 179-214. READ

Slobodin, Henry L. “Roosevelt’s Idea.” International Socialist Review Sept. 1910 v11n3: pp. 129-32. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (assumption of presidency: predictions)

SEE ALSO McKinley assassination (predictions)

Dunn, Arthur Wallace. “The Youngest President” [chapter 30]. From Harrison to Harding. Vol. 1. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1922: pp. 352-67. READ

“A Premonition of the Accession of Roosevelt.” Cleveland Leader 15 Sept. 1901 v54n258: p. 19. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (assumption of presidency: public response)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (assumption of presidency: personal response)

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

[untitled]. Indian’s Friend Oct. 1901 v14n2: pp. 6-7. READ

“The New President.” Gunton’s Magazine Oct. 1901 v21n4: pp. 294-96. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (assumption of presidency: religious interpretation)

[untitled]. Indian’s Friend Oct. 1901 v14n2: pp. 6-7. READ

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

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (assumption of presidency: scenarios)

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

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (at Adirondacks)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (journey)

“The Accession of President Roosevelt.” Outlook 21 Sept. 1901 v69n3: p. 144. READ

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

“The Inauguration of Theodore Roosevelt.” Harper’s Weekly 21 Sept. 1901 v45n2335: p. 957. READ

McClure, Alexander K., and Charles Morris. “Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th President” [chapter 31]. The Authentic Life of William McKinley. Memorial ed. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 466-91. READ

Morris, Charles. “A Vigorous Champion in the Presidential Chair” [chapter 8]. Battling for the Right: The Life-Story of Theodore Roosevelt. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1910: pp. 63-68. READ

“On the Mountain Top.” Burlington Hawk-Eye 15 Sept. 1901 v63n84: p. 2. READ

“President Roosevelt.” Timely Topics 20 Sept. 1901 v6n3: pp. 41-42. READ

“The Search for Roosevelt.” St. Paul Globe 15 Sept. 1901 v24n258: part 1, p. 6. READ

“Story of the Tragedy of the Death of President McKinley.” Round-About New York. New York: Bloomingdale Brothers, 1902: pp. 244-46. READ

Wilcox, Ansley. “Theodore Roosevelt, President.” How Theodore Roosevelt Became President of the United States in Buffalo, September 14, 1901. [Buffalo?]: Roosevelt Memorial Association, 1919: pp. 3-6. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (at Buffalo, NY)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (arrival at Buffalo, NY: 7 Sept. 1901)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (arrival at Buffalo, NY: 14 Sept. 1901)

“Buffalo Has Double Honor.” Buffalo Enquirer 5 Sept. 1901 v58n33: p. 6. READ

“Day and Night Scenes at the Milburn House.” Post Express 10 Sept. 1901 v43n79: p. 2. READ

“Gloom Overspreads City.” Omaha Sunday Bee 8 Sept. 1901: part 1, p. 2. READ

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

“Roosevelt and Hanna to Go Home.” World 10 Sept. 1901 v42n14630: p. 3. READ

“Roosevelt Does Not Fear Harm.” Chicago Daily Tribune 10 Sept. 1901 v60n253: part 1, p. 2. READ

“Roosevelt Leaves with Confidence.” San Francisco Call 11 Sept. 1901 v90n103: p. 9. READ

Wilcox, Ansley. “Theodore Roosevelt, President.” How Theodore Roosevelt Became President of the United States in Buffalo, September 14, 1901. [Buffalo?]: Roosevelt Memorial Association, 1919: pp. 3-6. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (at Burlington, VT)

“Roosevelt in Vermont.” Burlington Hawk-Eye 6 Sept. 1901 v63n76: p. 1. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (at Canton, OH)

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

“Impressive Sight.” Times [Richmond] 19 Sept. 1901 v16n192: pp. 1, 3. READ

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

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (at Isle La Motte, VT)

Burnham, J. B. “Vermont League Outing.” Forest and Stream 14 Sept. 1901 v57n11: pp. 208-09. READ

Crockett, Walter Hill. “The Beginning of a New Century” [chapter 37]. Vermont: The Green Mountain State. Vol. 4. New York: Century History, 1921: pp. 303-450. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (Christian character)

SEE Theodore Roosevelt (religious character)

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (chronologies)

“The Career of Theodore Roosevelt.” Harper’s Weekly v45n2335: p. 946. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (compared with Abraham Lincoln)

“Roosevelt—A Character Sketch.” International Socialist Review Oct. 1901 v2n4: pp. 314-15. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (compared with McKinley)

Clark, Champ. “McKinley and Roosevelt” [chapter 16]. My Quarter Century of American Politics. Vol. 1. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1920: pp. 424-49. READ

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

Low, A. Maurice. “Theodore Roosevelt.” Forum Nov. 1901 v32: pp. 259-67. READ

“M’Kinley’s Death.” Daily Capital Journal 6 Sept. 1906 v16n214: p. 2. READ

Nelson, Henry Loomis. “William McKinley—Theodore Roosevelt.” Collier’s Weekly 28 Sept. 1901 v27n26: p. 18. READ

Slobodin, Henry L. “Roosevelt’s Idea.” International Socialist Review Sept. 1910 v11n3: pp. 129-32. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (compared with Rudyard Kipling)

Masters, Edgar Lee. “Theodore Roosevelt.” The New Star Chamber and Other Essays. Chicago: Hammersmark Publishing, 1904: pp. 25-36. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (compared with William II)

Low, A. Maurice. “Theodore Roosevelt.” Forum Nov. 1901 v32: pp. 259-67. READ

Masters, Edgar Lee. “Theodore Roosevelt.” The New Star Chamber and Other Essays. Chicago: Hammersmark Publishing, 1904: pp. 25-36. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (criticism)

“European Comment on President Roosevelt and His Policy.” Literary Digest 26 Oct. 1901 v23n17: pp. 504-06. READ

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

Jones, Ellis O. “Direct and Indirect Action.” Masses Apr. 1912 v3n4: pp. 8-9. READ

“M’Kinley’s Death.” Daily Capital Journal 6 Sept. 1906 v16n214: p. 2. READ

“Observations and Comments.” Mother Earth Oct. 1907 v2n8: pp. 295-302. READ

Remey, Oliver E., Henry F. Cochems, and Wheeler P. Bloodgood. “Schrank Describes Shooting” [chapter 17]. The Attempted Assassination of Ex-President Theodore Roosevelt. 2nd ed. Milwaukee: Progressive Publishing, 1912: pp. 202-07. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (editorial cartoons)

SEE ALSO Roosevelt presidency (editorial cartoons)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (assumption of presidency: editorial cartoons)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (illustrations)

Bartholomew, Charles Lewis. “The Path He Will Follow.” Minneapolis Journal 16 Sept. 1901: p. 1. READ

Wing, Frank. [editorial cartoon]. St. Paul Globe 15 Sept. 1901 v24n258: part 1, p. 1. READ

Wing, Frank. “Roosevelt Next, Says Herr Most.” St. Paul Globe 12 Sept. 1901 v24n255: p. 1. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (first message to Congress)

SEE Theodore Roosevelt (State of the Union address, 1901)

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (first official proclamation)

SEE ALSO day of prayer (McKinley)

SEE ALSO official day of mourning (McKinley)

SEE ALSO proclamations (Theodore Roosevelt)

“The Accession of President Roosevelt.” Outlook 21 Sept. 1901 v69n3: p. 144. READ

“Chronicle of the Week.” Tablet 21 Sept. 1901 v98n3202: pp. 437-40. READ

Wilcox, Ansley. “Theodore Roosevelt, President.” How Theodore Roosevelt Became President of the United States in Buffalo, September 14, 1901. [Buffalo?]: Roosevelt Memorial Association, 1919: pp. 3-6. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (first official proclamation: full text)

“The Call to a Day of Mourning.” Congregationalist and Christian World 21 Sept. 1901 v86n38: p. 411. READ

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

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

McClure, Alexander K., and Charles Morris. “Theodore Roosevelt—President and Man” [chapter 32]. The Authentic Life of William McKinley. Memorial ed. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 492-503. READ

Mowbray, Jay Henry. “Suddenly Called to Be President” [chapter 11]. Illustrious Career and Heroic Deeds of Colonel Roosevelt, “The Intellectual Giant. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1910: pp. 165-70. READ

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

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (fitness for office)

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

“Current Topics.” Albany Law Journal Oct. 1901 v63n10: pp. 377-80. READ

“Juvenilia.” Nation 3 Oct. 1901 v73n1892: p. 258. READ

Lewis, Alfred Henry. “Roosevelt.” A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents. Vol. 13. New York: Bureau of National Literature, [1922]: pp. 6636C-36D. READ

“The New President.” Gunton’s Magazine Oct. 1901 v21n4: pp. 294-96. READ

“The New President.” Modern Culture Oct. 1901 v14n2: p. 154. READ

“President Roosevelt.” Irish-American 21 Sept. 1901 v53n38: p. 4. READ

“President Roosevelt.” Outlook 21 Sept. 1901 v69n3: pp. 158-59. READ

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

“The Qualifications of the New President.” American Monthly Review of Reviews Oct. 1901 v24n4: p. 394. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (illustrations)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (editorial cartoons)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (photographs)

“McKinley-Roosevelt.” Memorial Life of William McKinley. By G. W. Townsend. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: [unnumbered plate]. READ

“Theodore Roosevelt.” The Life Work of William McKinley. By Edward T. Roe. Chicago: Laird and Lee, 1901: p. 184. READ

“Theodore Roosevelt.” Timely Topics 20 Sept. 1901 v6n3: [cover]. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (inaugural address: vice presidency: full text)

Roosevelt, Theodore. “Inaugural Address as Vice-President.” A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents. Vol. 13. New York: Bureau of National Literature, [1922]: pp. 6638-39. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (inauguration)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (assumption of presidency)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (swearing in)

“The Accession of President Roosevelt.” Outlook 21 Sept. 1901 v69n3: p. 144. READ

Banks, Charles Eugene, and Le Roy Armstrong. “Succeeds to the Presidency” [chapter 19]. Theodore Roosevelt, Twenty-Sixth President of the United States. Chicago: S. Stone, 1901: pp. 369-78. 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

Everett, Marshall. “President Roosevelt Takes the Oath of Office” [chapter 28]. Complete Life of William McKinley and Story of His Assassination. Memorial ed. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 304-18. READ

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

“The Inauguration of Theodore Roosevelt.” Harper’s Weekly 21 Sept. 1901 v45n2335: p. 957. READ

McClure, Alexander K., and Charles Morris. “Theodore Roosevelt—President and Man” [chapter 32]. The Authentic Life of William McKinley. Memorial ed. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 492-503. READ

Mowbray, Jay Henry. “Suddenly Called to Be President” [chapter 11]. Illustrious Career and Heroic Deeds of Colonel Roosevelt, “The Intellectual Giant. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1910: pp. 165-70. READ

“Our New President.” Lancaster Times 19 Sept. 1901 v22n16: p. [3]. READ

Wilcox, Ansley. “Theodore Roosevelt, President.” How Theodore Roosevelt Became President of the United States in Buffalo, September 14, 1901. [Buffalo?]: Roosevelt Memorial Association, 1919: pp. 3-6. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (inauguration: persons present in Wilcox residence)

SEE Theodore Roosevelt (swearing in: persons present in Wilcox residence)

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (informed about assassination)

Crockett, Walter Hill. “The Beginning of a New Century” [chapter 37]. Vermont: The Green Mountain State. Vol. 4. New York: Century History, 1921: pp. 303-450. READ

“President M’Kinley Shot.” Chicago Daily News 6 Sept. 1901 v26n214: part 1, p. 1. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (informed about death)

“On the Mountain Top.” Burlington Hawk-Eye 15 Sept. 1901 v63n84: p. 2. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (journey)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (in Adirondacks)

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (journey: Adirondacks to Buffalo, NY: 13-14 Sept. 1901)

Banks, Charles Eugene, and Le Roy Armstrong. “Succeeds to the Presidency” [chapter 19]. Theodore Roosevelt, Twenty-Sixth President of the United States. Chicago: S. Stone, 1901: pp. 369-78. READ

“The Inauguration of Theodore Roosevelt.” Harper’s Weekly 21 Sept. 1901 v45n2335: p. 957. READ

McClure, Alexander K., and Charles Morris. “Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th President” [chapter 31]. The Authentic Life of William McKinley. Memorial ed. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 466-91. READ

Morris, Charles. “A Vigorous Champion in the Presidential Chair” [chapter 8]. Battling for the Right: The Life-Story of Theodore Roosevelt. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1910: pp. 63-68. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (journey: Tahawus Club to North Creek, NY: 13-14 Sept. 1901)

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

“Roosevelt Guide in Insane Asylum.” World 11 Sept. 1903 v44n15361: p. 14. READ

“The Search for Roosevelt.” St. Paul Globe 15 Sept. 1901 v24n258: part 1, p. 6. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (name: poetry)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (poetry)

[untitled]. Paterson Weekly Press 17 Oct. 1901 v37n42: p. [3]. READ

“Editorial and Otherwise.” Pascagoula Democrat-Star 4 Oct. 1901 v57n34: p. 1. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (name, pronunciation of)

[untitled]. Paterson Weekly Press 17 Oct. 1901 v37n42: p. [3]. READ

“Barbed Wire.” Conservative 21 Nov. 1901 v4n20: pp. 6-7. READ

“How to Pronounce It.” Norfolk Landmark 20 Sept. 1901 v53n21: p. 4. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (personal character)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (personal history)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (political character)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (presidential character)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (religious character)

[untitled]. Collier’s Weekly 28 Sept. 1901 v27n26: p. 3. READ

[untitled]. Collier’s Weekly 28 Sept. 1901 v27n26: p. 3. READ

[untitled]. Indian’s Friend Oct. 1901 v14n2: pp. 6-7. READ

Bangs, John Kendrick. “Theodore Roosevelt.” Harper’s Weekly 21 Sept. 1901 v45n2335: pp. 947-48. READ

Chapple, Joe Mitchell. “Affairs at Washington.” National Magazine Nov. 1901 v15n2: pp. 131-55. READ

“Country Notes.” Country Life 21 Sept. 1901 v10n246: pp. 355-56. READ

“European Comment on President Roosevelt and His Policy.” Literary Digest 26 Oct. 1901 v23n17: pp. 504-06. READ

Gilman, Bradley. “The Presidential Plateau—First Half” [chapter 12]. Roosevelt: The Happy Warrior. Boston: Little, Brown, 1921: pp. 201-28. READ

“A Good One on Roosevelt.” Forest Republican 27 Nov. 1901 v34n34: p. [2]. READ

“Juvenilia.” Nation 3 Oct. 1901 v73n1892: p. 258. READ

Low, A. Maurice. “Theodore Roosevelt.” Forum Nov. 1901 v32: pp. 259-67. READ

Masters, Edgar Lee. “Theodore Roosevelt.” The New Star Chamber and Other Essays. Chicago: Hammersmark Publishing, 1904: pp. 25-36. READ

“McKinley-Roosevelt.” Century Magazine Nov. 1901 v63n1: pp. 148-49. READ

“The Personality of President Roosevelt.” Century Magazine Dec. 1901 v63n2: pp. 277-79. READ

“President Roosevelt.” Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers Monthly Journal Nov. 1901 v35n11: pp. 688-89. READ

“President Roosevelt.” Outlook 21 Sept. 1901 v69n3: pp. 158-59. READ

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

“Right-Mindedness Exemplified.” American Monthly Review of Reviews Oct. 1901 v24n4: pp. 388-89. READ

“Roosevelt—A Character Sketch.” International Socialist Review Oct. 1901 v2n4: pp. 314-15. READ

“The Use of Calcarea Carbonica for Energetic People.” Homœopathic Recorder July 1905 v20n7: pp. 296-302. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (personal history)

SEE ALSO Roosevelt presidency

SEE ALSO Roosevelt vice-presidency

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (personal character)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (political character)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (presidential character)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (religious character)

[untitled]. Collier’s Weekly 28 Sept. 1901 v27n26: p. 3. READ

[untitled]. Collier’s Weekly 28 Sept. 1901 v27n26: p. 3. READ

Abbott, Lawrence F. “Roosevelt, Theodore.” The Encyclopædia Britannica. 11th ed. Vol. 23. Cambridge: Encyclopædia Britannica, 1911: pp. 707-11. READ

“The Career of Theodore Roosevelt.” Harper’s Weekly 21 Sept. 1901 v45n2335: p. 946. READ

Clark, Champ. “McKinley and Roosevelt” [chapter 16]. My Quarter Century of American Politics. Vol. 1. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1920: pp. 424-49. READ

“A Good One on Roosevelt.” Forest Republican 27 Nov. 1901 v34n34: p. [2]. READ

Low, A. Maurice. “Theodore Roosevelt.” Forum Nov. 1901 v32: pp. 259-67. READ

Nelson, Henry Loomis. “William McKinley—Theodore Roosevelt.” Collier’s Weekly 28 Sept. 1901 v27n26: p. 18. READ

“The Personality of President Roosevelt.” Century Magazine Dec. 1901 v63n2: pp. 277-79. READ

“The Plain Truth.” Leslie’s Weekly 28 Sept. 1901 v93n2403: p. 278. READ

“President Roosevelt.” Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers Monthly Journal Nov. 1901 v35n11: pp. 688-89. READ

“President Roosevelt.” Chautauquan Oct. 1901 v34n1: pp. 3-4. READ

“President Roosevelt.” Conservative 24 Oct. 1901 v4n16: p. 1. READ

“President Roosevelt.” Outlook 21 Sept. 1901 v69n3: pp. 158-59. READ

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

“Roosevelt, Theodore.” Who’s Who in New York City and State. Ed. John W. Leonard. 3rd ed. New York: L. R. Hamersly, 1907: pp. 1124-25. READ

“Roosevelt, Theodore.” Who’s Who in New York City and State. Ed. John W. Leonard. 4th biennial ed. New York: L. R. Hamersly, 1909: pp. 1122-23. READ

“Roosevelt, Theodore.—Sept. 14, 1901, to March 4, 1909.” A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents. Vol. 20. New York: Bureau of National Literature, [1922]: [no pagination]. READ

“Theodore Roosevelt.” A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents. Vol. 13. New York: Bureau of National Literature, [1922]: pp. 6637-38. READ

“Theodore Roosevelt.” Irrigation Age Nov. 1901 v16n2: pp. 39-42. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (personal philosophy)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (political philosophy)

“European Comment on President Roosevelt and His Policy.” Literary Digest 26 Oct. 1901 v23n17: pp. 504-06. READ

“McKinley-Roosevelt.” Century Magazine Nov. 1901 v63n1: pp. 148-49. READ

“President Roosevelt.” Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers Monthly Journal Nov. 1901 v35n11: pp. 688-89. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (photographs)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (illustrations)

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

“President Roosevelt.” American Monthly Review of Reviews Oct. 1901 v24n4: p. 393. READ

“President Roosevelt’s Carriage Following the Hearse at Buffalo.” American Monthly Review of Reviews Oct. 1901 v24n4: p. 427. READ

“‘Teddy.’” Country Life 21 Sept. 1901 v10n246: p. 356. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (plots against)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (assassination attempt)

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (plots against, 1901)

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

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (plots against, 1903)

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

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (plots against, 1907)

“Plot to Murder the President.” Tyler Journal 26 Apr. 1907 v25n48: p. 6. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (plots against, 1912)

SEE Theodore Roosevelt (assassination attempt)

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (poetry)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (name: poetry)

Boylan, Grace Duffie. “Roosevelt.” Theodore Roosevelt, Twenty-Sixth President of the United States. By Charles Eugene Banks and Le Roy Armstrong. Chicago: S. Stone, 1901: p. 7. READ

Cooke, Edmund Vance. “Babies in the White House.” Cleveland Press 25 Sept. 1901 n7258: p. 1. READ

Dangerfield, Clinton. “The Man of Destiny.” Century Magazine Apr. 1902 v63n6: p. 909. READ

Dangerfield, Clinton. “The New President: A Prayer.” Century Magazine Nov. 1901 v63n1: p. 143. READ

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

Shoup, Samantha Whipple. “Vox Populi, Vox Dei.” Independent 17 Oct. 1901 v53n2759: p. 2474. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (political aspirations)

Mowbray, Jay Henry. “President Roosevelt’s Administration” [chapter 12]. Illustrious Career and Heroic Deeds of Colonel Roosevelt, “The Intellectual Giant. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1910: pp. 171-81. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (political character)

SEE ALSO Roosevelt presidency

SEE ALSO Roosevelt vice-presidency

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (personal character)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (personal history)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (political philosophy)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (presidential character)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (religious character)

[untitled]. Collier’s Weekly 28 Sept. 1901 v27n26: p. 3. READ

Abbott, Lawrence F. “Roosevelt, Theodore.” The Encyclopædia Britannica. 11th ed. Vol. 23. Cambridge: Encyclopædia Britannica, 1911: pp. 707-11. READ

Bangs, John Kendrick. “Theodore Roosevelt.” Harper’s Weekly 21 Sept. 1901 v45n2335: pp. 947-48. READ

“Death of President McKinley.” Tablet 21 Sept. 1901 v98n3202: pp. 441-42. READ

“Highways and Byways.” Chautauquan Nov. 1901 v34n2: pp. 117-18. READ

Low, A. Maurice. “Theodore Roosevelt.” Forum Nov. 1901 v32: pp. 259-67. READ

Masters, Edgar Lee. “Theodore Roosevelt.” The New Star Chamber and Other Essays. Chicago: Hammersmark Publishing, 1904: pp. 25-36. READ

“McKinley-Roosevelt.” Century Magazine Nov. 1901 v63n1: pp. 148-49. READ

Nelson, Henry Loomis. “William McKinley—Theodore Roosevelt.” Collier’s Weekly 28 Sept. 1901 v27n26: p. 18. READ

“The Plain Truth.” Leslie’s Weekly 28 Sept. 1901 v93n2403: p. 278. READ

Pocock, Roger. “The Cowboy President” [chapter 28]. Captains of Adventure. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1913: pp. 202-07. READ

“President Roosevelt.” Outlook 21 Sept. 1901 v69n3: pp. 158-59. READ

“President Roosevelt.” Statist 21 Sept. 1901 v48n1230: pp. 515-16. READ

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

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

Sinclair, Upton. “The Revolution” [chapter 6]. The Industrial Republic. New York: Doubleday, Page, 1907: pp. 179-214. READ

“Theodore Roosevelt.” Irrigation Age Nov. 1901 v16n2: pp. 39-42. READ

“Theodore Roosevelt, President.” Gunton’s Magazine Oct. 1901 v21n4: pp. 315-19. READ

Wise, John S. “Theodore Roosevelt” [chapter 13]. Recollections of Thirteen Presidents. New York: Doubleday, Page, 1906: pp. 237-76. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (political history)

SEE Theodore Roosevelt (personal history)

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (political obligations)

“The President’s Independent Position.” American Monthly Review of Reviews Oct. 1901 v24n4: p. 394. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (political philosophy)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (personal philosophy)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (political character)

[untitled]. Black and White Budget 5 Oct. 1901 v6n104: p. 52. READ

Banks, Charles Eugene, and Le Roy Armstrong. “The Future” [chapter 21]. Theodore Roosevelt, Twenty-Sixth President of the United States. Chicago: S. Stone, 1901: pp. 394-413. READ

“European Comment on President Roosevelt and His Policy.” Literary Digest 26 Oct. 1901 v23n17: pp. 504-06. READ

Masters, Edgar Lee. “Theodore Roosevelt.” The New Star Chamber and Other Essays. Chicago: Hammersmark Publishing, 1904: pp. 25-36. READ

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

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

“Some of His Political Views.” Collier’s Weekly 28 Sept. 1901 v27n26: p. 3. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (presidency)

SEE Roosevelt presidency

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (presidential character)

SEE ALSO Roosevelt presidency

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (personal character)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (personal history)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (political character)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (presidential policies)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (religious character)

[untitled]. Black and White Budget 5 Oct. 1901 v6n104: p. 52. READ

[untitled]. Collier’s Weekly 28 Sept. 1901 v27n26: p. 3. READ

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

Chapple, Joe Mitchell. “Affairs at Washington.” National Magazine Nov. 1901 v15n2: pp. 131-55. READ

“Country Notes.” Country Life 28 Sept. 1901 v10n247: pp. 387-88. READ

“Editorial Crucible.” Gunton’s Magazine Nov. 1901 v21n5: pp. 452-59. READ

“European Comment on President Roosevelt and His Policy.” Literary Digest 26 Oct. 1901 v23n17: pp. 504-06. READ

“A Grand Beginning.” Western New-Yorker 26 Sept. 1901 v61n39: p. [4]. READ

Lewis, Alfred Henry. “Roosevelt.” A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents. Vol. 13. New York: Bureau of National Literature, [1922]: pp. 6636C-36D. READ

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

“The Vice-Presidential Candidates.” Voice of the Negro Sept. 1904 v1n9: pp. 370-71. READ

“Washington Waking.” Richmond Dispatch 24 Nov. 1901 n15792: p. 2. READ

“William McKinley.” Westminster Review Mar. 1902 v157n3: pp. 323-25. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (presidential character: criticism)

Masters, Edgar Lee. “Theodore Roosevelt.” The New Star Chamber and Other Essays. Chicago: Hammersmark Publishing, 1904: pp. 25-36. READ

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

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (presidential policies)

SEE ALSO Roosevelt presidency

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (presidential character)

“Chronicle of the Week.” Tablet 21 Sept. 1901 v98n3202: pp. 437-40. READ

“Effect of Death on Business.” Chicago Daily Tribune 14 Sept. 1901 v60n257: p. 11. READ

“European Comment on President Roosevelt and His Policy.” Literary Digest 26 Oct. 1901 v23n17: pp. 504-06. READ

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

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

“Policy of the New Administration.” Modern Culture Nov. 1901 v14n3: pp. 176-77. READ

“Pres’t Roosevelt Announces Policy.” Minneapolis Journal 16 Sept. 1901: p. 1. READ

“Roosevelt, Theodore.—Sept. 14, 1901, to March 4, 1909.” A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents. Vol. 20. New York: Bureau of National Literature, [1922]: [no pagination]. READ

“University Notes.” Harvard Graduates’ Magazine Dec. 1901 v10n38: p. 338. READ

“The Week.” Nation 19 Sept. 1901 v73n1890: pp. 215-17. [excerpt 2 of 4] READ

“The Week.” Nation 19 Sept. 1901 v73n1890: pp. 215-17. [excerpt 3 of 4] READ

“The Week.” Nation 26 Sept. 1901 v73n1891: pp. 235-37. [excerpt 1 of 3] READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (presidential policies: editorial cartoons)

Bartholomew, Charles Lewis. “The Path He Will Follow.” Minneapolis Journal 16 Sept. 1901: p. 1. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (proclamations)

SEE proclamations (Theodore Roosevelt)

SEE Theodore Roosevelt (first official proclamation)

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (pronunciation of name)

SEE Theodore Roosevelt (name, pronunciation of)

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (protection)

SEE ALSO presidents (protection)

SEE ALSO Secret Service (protecting Roosevelt)

[untitled]. Black and White Budget 5 Oct. 1901 v6n104: p. 52. READ

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

“Guard the President.” Congregationalist and Christian World 21 Sept. 1901 v86n38: p. 412. READ

“President Roosevelt.” Feilding Star 18 Nov. 1901 v23n120: p. [2]. READ

“Roosevelt Does Not Fear Harm.” Chicago Daily Tribune 10 Sept. 1901 v60n253: part 1, p. 2. READ

“Roosevelt Guarded.” Burlington Hawk-Eye 10 Sept. 1901 v63n79: p. 2. READ

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

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (public addresses)

Banks, Charles Eugene, and Le Roy Armstrong. “The Future” [chapter 21]. Theodore Roosevelt, Twenty-Sixth President of the United States. Chicago: S. Stone, 1901: pp. 394-413. READ

“Country Notes.” Country Life 28 Sept. 1901 v10n247: pp. 387-88. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (public statements)

[untitled]. Black and White Budget 5 Oct. 1901 v6n104: p. 52. READ

“The Accession of President Roosevelt.” Outlook 21 Sept. 1901 v69n3: p. 144. READ

Banks, Charles Eugene, and Le Roy Armstrong. “The Future” [chapter 21]. Theodore Roosevelt, Twenty-Sixth President of the United States. Chicago: S. Stone, 1901: pp. 394-413. READ

Banks, Charles Eugene, and Le Roy Armstrong. “Succeeds to the Presidency” [chapter 19]. Theodore Roosevelt, Twenty-Sixth President of the United States. Chicago: S. Stone, 1901: pp. 369-78. READ

“The Case against Czolgosz.” New York Times 11 Sept. 1901 v50n16124: p. 2. READ

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

Crockett, Walter Hill. “The Beginning of a New Century” [chapter 37]. Vermont: The Green Mountain State. Vol. 4. New York: Century History, 1921: pp. 303-450. READ

Croly, Herbert. “The Death of President McKinley” [chapter 23]. Marcus Alonzo Hanna: His Life and Work. New York: Macmillan, 1912: pp. 355-68. READ

Dwyer, John. [untitled]. Railway Conductor Oct. 1901 v18n10: pp. 790-91. READ

Gilman, Bradley. “The Presidential Plateau—First Half” [chapter 12]. Roosevelt: The Happy Warrior. Boston: Little, Brown, 1921: pp. 201-28. READ

“The Inauguration of Theodore Roosevelt.” Harper’s Weekly 21 Sept. 1901 v45n2335: p. 957. READ

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

“The New President.” Gunton’s Magazine Oct. 1901 v21n4: pp. 294-96. READ

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

“The Personality of President Roosevelt.” Century Magazine Dec. 1901 v63n2: pp. 277-79. READ

“The President at Canton.” Moderator-Topics 10 Oct. 1907 v28n5: p. 94. READ

“President Roosevelt.” Timely Topics 20 Sept. 1901 v6n3: pp. 41-42. READ

“President Roosevelt Summoned.” Congregationalist and Christian World 21 Sept. 1901 v86n38: p. 411. READ

“Pres’t Roosevelt Announces Policy.” Minneapolis Journal 16 Sept. 1901: p. 1. READ

Read, Opie. “A Typical American.” Theodore Roosevelt, Twenty-Sixth President of the United States. By Charles Eugene Banks and Le Roy Armstrong. Chicago: S. Stone, 1901: pp. 25-31. READ

“Roosevelt and Hanna to Go Home.” World 10 Sept. 1901 v42n14630: p. 3. READ

“Roosevelt Does Not Fear Harm.” Chicago Daily Tribune 10 Sept. 1901 v60n253: part 1, p. 2. READ

“Roosevelt Is with M’Kinley.” Chicago Sunday Tribune 8 Sept. 1901 v60n251: part 1, p. 2. READ

“Roosevelt Leaves with Confidence.” San Francisco Call 11 Sept. 1901 v90n103: p. 9. READ

“Roosevelt, Theodore.—Sept. 14, 1901, to March 4, 1909.” A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents. Vol. 20. New York: Bureau of National Literature, [1922]: [no pagination]. READ

“Theodore Roosevelt.” Irrigation Age Nov. 1901 v16n2: pp. 39-42. READ

“Theodore Roosevelt, President.” Collier’s Weekly 28 Sept. 1901 v27n26: p. 3. READ

Wilcox, Ansley. “Theodore Roosevelt, President.” How Theodore Roosevelt Became President of the United States in Buffalo, September 14, 1901. [Buffalo?]: Roosevelt Memorial Association, 1919: pp. 3-6. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (quotations about)

“European Comment on President Roosevelt and His Policy.” Literary Digest 26 Oct. 1901 v23n17: pp. 504-06. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (relations with Marcus Hanna)

Croly, Herbert. “The Death of President McKinley” [chapter 23]. Marcus Alonzo Hanna: His Life and Work. New York: Macmillan, 1912: pp. 355-68. READ

Croly, Herbert. “The Panama Canal” [chapter 24]. Marcus Alonzo Hanna: His Life and Work. New York: Macmillan, 1912: pp. 369-85. READ

Wise, John S. “Theodore Roosevelt” [chapter 13]. Recollections of Thirteen Presidents. New York: Doubleday, Page, 1906: pp. 237-76. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (relations with McKinley)

SEE William McKinley (relations with Roosevelt)

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (relations with U.S. Senate)

Low, A. Maurice. “Theodore Roosevelt.” Forum Nov. 1901 v32: pp. 259-67. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (religious character)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (personal character)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (personal history)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (political character)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (presidential character)

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

Reisner, Christian F. “Providentially Prepared for His Career” [chapter 4]. Roosevelt’s Religion. New York: Abingdon Press, 1922: pp. 71-89. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (retention of cabinet)

SEE McKinley cabinet (retention by Roosevelt)

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (salary)

“Presidential Salaries.” News and Courier 1 Oct. 1901: p. 2. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (State of the Union address, 1901)

O’Hanlon, John Canon. “Chapter XLVI.” Irish American History of the United States. Vol. 2. New York: Murphy and McCarthy, 1920: pp. 662-77. 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

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (swearing in)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (assumption of presidency)

SEE ALSO Theodore Roosevelt (inauguration)

Banks, Charles Eugene, and Le Roy Armstrong. “Succeeds to the Presidency” [chapter 19]. Theodore Roosevelt, Twenty-Sixth President of the United States. Chicago: S. Stone, 1901: pp. 369-78. READ

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

Everett, Marshall. “President Roosevelt Takes the Oath of Office” [chapter 28]. Complete Life of William McKinley and Story of His Assassination. Memorial ed. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 304-18. READ

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

McClure, Alexander K., and Charles Morris. “Theodore Roosevelt—President and Man” [chapter 32]. The Authentic Life of William McKinley. Memorial ed. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 492-503. READ

Mowbray, Jay Henry. “Suddenly Called to Be President” [chapter 11]. Illustrious Career and Heroic Deeds of Colonel Roosevelt, “The Intellectual Giant. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1910: pp. 165-70. READ

“President Roosevelt.” Timely Topics 20 Sept. 1901 v6n3: pp. 41-42. READ

“Theodore Roosevelt, President.” Collier’s Weekly 28 Sept. 1901 v27n26: p. 3. READ

“University Notes.” Harvard Graduates’ Magazine Dec. 1901 v10n38: p. 338. READ

Wilcox, Ansley. “Theodore Roosevelt, President.” How Theodore Roosevelt Became President of the United States in Buffalo, September 14, 1901. [Buffalo?]: Roosevelt Memorial Association, 1919: pp. 3-6. READ

Wright, John. “Bibles Owned by the Presidents of the United States and Their Families.” Historic Bibles in America. New York: Thomas Whittaker, 1905: pp. 27-57. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (swearing in: persons present in Wilcox residence)

Banks, Charles Eugene, and Le Roy Armstrong. “Succeeds to the Presidency” [chapter 19]. Theodore Roosevelt, Twenty-Sixth President of the United States. Chicago: S. Stone, 1901: pp. 369-78. READ

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

McClure, Alexander K., and Charles Morris. “Theodore Roosevelt—President and Man” [chapter 32]. The Authentic Life of William McKinley. Memorial ed. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 492-503. READ

Wilcox, Ansley. “Theodore Roosevelt, President.” How Theodore Roosevelt Became President of the United States in Buffalo, September 14, 1901. [Buffalo?]: Roosevelt Memorial Association, 1919: pp. 3-6. READ

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (vice-presidency)

SEE Roosevelt vice-presidency

 

 Theodore Roosevelt (vice-presidential candidacy)

SEE ALSO Roosevelt vice-presidency

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

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



 Theophilus Szadzinski

“Czolgosz Sees a Priest, but He Refuses to Repent.” Chicago Daily Tribune 23 Oct. 1901 v60n296: part 2, p. 9. READ

 

 Thomas A. Barry

“The Personal News.” Rome Citizen 10 Sept. 1901 v62n19: p. 5. READ

 

 Thomas Bandowski

SEE ALSO Czolgosz family

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

 

 Thomas Bandowski (photographs)

“Waldeck Bandowsky.” Times [Richmond] 10 Nov. 1901 v16n237: p. 20. READ

 

 Thomas C. Duncan

 

 Thomas C. Duncan (public addresses)

Duncan, Thomas C. “High Pulse Rate; Causes and Remedies.” Hahnemannian Advocate 15 Oct. 1901 v40n10: pp. 375-77. READ

 

 Thomas Collier Platt

 

 Thomas Collier Platt (public statements)

“Senator Platt on M’Kinley.” Buffalo Evening News 16 Sept. 1901 v42n134: p. 8. READ

 

 Thomas Green

“Wept Because His Major Is Dead.” Cleveland Leader 15 Sept. 1901 v54n258: p. 7. READ

 

 Thomas Green (public statements)

“Wept Because His Major Is Dead.” Cleveland Leader 15 Sept. 1901 v54n258: p. 7. READ

 

 Thomas J. Lipton

 

 Thomas J. Lipton (public statements)

“May Postpone Yacht Races.” Chicago Daily Tribune 14 Sept. 1901 v60n257: p. 3. READ

 

 Thomas L. Elder

“A Glimpse through Pittsburg’s [sic] Haze of Smoke.” The American Society of Curio Collectors’ Year Book for Nineteen Hundred and Two. Comp. and. ed. Roy Farrell Greene. Arkansas City: Roy Farrell Greene, 1902: pp. 70-71. READ

 

 Thomas P. Stevenson

 

 Thomas P. Stevenson (public addresses)

Allen, W. C. “N. R. Convention at Morning Sun, Ia.” Christian Nation 8 Jan. 1902 v36: pp. 13-14. READ

 

 Thomas Penney

“About People.” Electric Traction Weekly 3 Oct. 1908 v4n40: p. 1053. READ

“Many Cranks Pester the District Attorney with Absurd Advice.” Buffalo Courier 21 Sept. 1901 v66n264: p. 8. READ

 

 Thomas Penney (illustrations)

SEE ALSO Thomas Penney (photographs)

“Assassin Czolgosz’s Judge and Legal Talent Connected with the Case.” Deseret Evening News 27 Sept. 1901 v52n266: p. 3. READ

 

 Thomas Penney (photographs)

SEE ALSO Thomas Penney (illustrations)

“District Attorney Penney [and] Hon. Lorain [sic] L. Lewis.” American Monthly Review of Reviews Oct. 1901 v24n4: p. 390. READ

 

 Thomas Penney (public statements)

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

“Alienists Find Czolgosz Sane.” Chicago Daily Tribune 10 Sept. 1901 v60n253: part 1, pp. 1-2. READ

“The Assassin Makes a Full Confession.” New York Times 8 Sept. 1901 v50n16121: part 1, pp. 1-2. READ

“Czolgosz May Be Tried Next Week.” Buffalo Sunday News 15 Sept. 1901 v28n45: p. [?]. READ

“Many Cranks Pester the District Attorney with Absurd Advice.” Buffalo Courier 21 Sept. 1901 v66n264: p. 8. READ

“Sticks to His First Story.” Iowa State Register 10 Sept. 1901 v46n213: p. 1. READ

“Trying to Avoid Sensationalism.” Buffalo Evening News 7 Sept. 1901 v42n127: p. 1. READ

 

 Thomas Penney (staff: public statements)

“Alienists Find Czolgosz Sane.” Chicago Daily Tribune 10 Sept. 1901 v60n253: part 1, pp. 1-2. READ

 

 Thomas Sebastian Byrne

 

 Thomas Sebastian Byrne (public statements)

“A Catholic Bishop’s Letter.” New York Times 8 Sept. 1901 v50n16121: part 1, p. 2. READ

 

 Thompson, Charles T.

SEE Charles T. Thompson

 

 Thompson, John

SEE John Thompson

 

 Thompson, Robert A.

SEE Robert A. Thompson

 

 Thorleif

Thorleif. “First Sunday: The Lovers of My Soul.” Sunday Labor. Mount Morris: Kable Brothers, 1906: pp. 11-31. READ

 

 Thornton, Charles E.

SEE Charles E. Thornton

 

 Tice, Henrietta

SEE Henrietta Tice

 

 Tillotson, Lyman

SEE Lyman Tillotson

 

 Ting-Fang, Wu

SEE Wu Ting-Fang

 

 Titus, Robert C.

SEE Robert C. Titus

 

 Tolstoy, Leo

SEE Leo Tolstoy

 

 tomb

SEE McKinley burial vault

 

 Tonn, Matilda

SEE Matilda Tonn

 

 Toomey, Mrs. R. E.

SEE Mrs. R. E. Toomey

 

 Tot Maher

[untitled]. Minneapolis Journal 20 Sept. 1901: p. 16. READ

 

 Tracy, Benjamin F.

SEE Benjamin F. Tracy

 

 trade policy

SEE United States trade policy

 

 train

SEE McKinley funeral train

 

 Tramo Rafferlo

“Says He Is Czolgosz’s Cousin.” New-York Tribune 10 Sept. 1901 v61n20022: p. 3. READ

 

 trial

SEE Leon Czolgosz (trial)

 

 Triumph of Faith [oratorio]

“Music and Musical Literature.” Violinist Dec. 1917 v21n12: pp. 485-87. READ

 

 Truman C. White

“Hon. Truman Clark White.” Our County and Its People. Ed. Truman C. White. Vol. 2. [n.p.]: Boston History, 1898: part II, pp. 41-42. READ

 

 Truman C. White (death)

“Famous Judge Dead.” Daily Times-Enterprise 7 Feb. 1912 v22n285: p. 1. READ

 

 Truman C. White (illustrations)

“Assassin Czolgosz’s Judge and Legal Talent Connected with the Case.” Deseret Evening News 27 Sept. 1901 v52n266: p. 3. READ

 

 Tucker, Benjamin R.

SEE Benjamin R. Tucker

 

 Turner, John

SEE John Turner

 

 Tuttle, Edward G.

SEE Edward G. Tuttle

 

 Twain, Mark

SEE Mark Twain

 

 Twing, Cornelius L.

SEE Cornelius L. Twing

 


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