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“Babblings.” Capital 15 Mar. 1902 v15n11: pp. 3-4. READ

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

“The Bacteriological Report.” Philadelphia Medical Journal 26 Oct. 1901 v8n17: p. 665. READ

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

“Baltimore Nurse Goes to Buffalo.” New-York Tribune 11 Sept. 1901 v61n20023: p. 1. READ

“The Baltimore Prayer Meeting.” Norfolk Landmark 11 Sept. 1901 v53n13: p. 8. READ

“Ban on Czolgosz’s Name.” Brooklyn Daily Eagle 3 Oct. 1901 v61n274: p. 6. READ

“Band Played Prophetic Selection.” Milwaukee Journal 11 Sept. 1901 v19: p. 6. READ

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

“Before Dawn,” by Marcia Emery. Boston Evening Transcript 17 Sept. 1901 v72: p. [10]. READ

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

“Benefits of Medical Societies—The Value of Papers and Their Discussion; of Pathological Specimens; of Social Features, etc.,” by William P. Carr. Virginia Medical Semi-Monthly 22 Nov. 1901 v6n15: pp. 365-67. READ

“Berlin, Yale, Oxford, and St. Andrews—1901-1903” [chapter 43], by Andrew Dickson White. Autobiography of Andrew Dickson White. Vol. 2. New York: Century, 1905: pp. 197-217. READ

“Better Than Yesterday.” Brooklyn Daily Eagle 13 Sept. 1901 v61n254: p. 1. READ

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

“Big Flurry in Stocks.” Milwaukee Sentinel 14 Sept. 1901 n23689: p. 6. READ

“‘Big Jim’ Parker.” Central Record 20 Mar. 1903 v13n51: p. 1. READ

“Big Jim Parker in Town.” Colored American 19 July 1902 v11n14: p. 5. READ

“Big Jim Parker in Town.” Colored American 2 Aug. 1902 v11n16: p. 15. READ

“Bill to Exclude Anarchits” [sic]. Daily Picayune 11 Sept. 1901 v65n230: part 1, p. 2. READ

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

“The Birthplace of William McKinley, Niles, Ohio.” The Life of William McKinley. By Charles S. Olcott. Vol. 1. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1916: [unnumbered plate]. READ

“Bismarck’s Opportunity.” Socialist Spirit Oct. 1901 v1n2: pp. 4-5. READ

“Black Whiteness.” Conservative 7 Nov. 1901 v4n18: p. 1. READ

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

“The Blood Count in President McKinley’s Case.” Medicus Sept. 1901 v9n9: pp. 293-94. READ

“The Blues Versus the Reds: Suggestions for Laws against the Anarchists,” by M. Winchevsky. Comrade Nov. 1901 v1n2: pp. 34-35. READ

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

“Body Offered to Shield Martyred President Dissected under the Clumsy Knives of Students.” Buffalo Courier 27 Mar. 1908 v73n87: p. 6. READ

“Books for the Young” [part 2]. Dial 16 Dec. 1901 v31n372: pp. 520-23. READ

“Books of the Week.” Outlook 7 Dec. 1901 v69n14: pp. 942-49. READ

“Border County Notes.” Chariton Courier 22 May 1903 v33n16: p. [3]. READ

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

“Borne to the Grave.” Evening Bulletin 20 Sept. 1901 v20n256: p. 1. READ

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

“Bradshaw Is Sorry.” Daily Picayune 23 Sept. 1901 v65n242: p. 1. READ

“Brattleboro Personal.” Vermont Phœnix 13 Sept. 1901 v68n37: p. 5. READ

“Brazen Anarchists.” Evening Star 9 Dec. 1901 n15221: p. 4. READ

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

“Brevities.” Steuben Courier 22 Nov. 1901 v59n16: p. [?]. READ

“A Brief Outline of McKinley’s Career,” by Richard Handfield Titherington. Munsey’s Magazine Nov. 1901 v26n2: pp. 161-73. READ

“Britain Shows Its Sympathy,” by E. A. D. Chicago Sunday Tribune 15 Sept. 1901 v60n258: part 1, p. 3. READ

“The British Association and the Death of President McKinley.” Science 11 Oct. 1901 v14n354 (new series): p. 580. READ

“The British Association for the Advancement of Science.” Science 4 Oct. 1901 v14n353 (new series): pp. 539-40. READ

“Brockville Girl Was Chosen to Be the President’s Nurse.” Sunday Herald 15 Sept. 1901 v22n1110: p. [23?]. READ

“Broke Down Completely.” Iowa State Register 28 Sept. 1901 v46n229: p. 1. READ

“Bronze Statue of McKinley.” Highland Recorder 22 Nov. 1901 v23n47: p. 1. READ

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

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

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

“Bryan against Anarchy.” Burlington Hawk-Eye 10 Sept. 1901 v63n79: p. 2. READ

“Buderus Is Out.” St. Paul Globe 17 Nov. 1901 v24n321: p. 6. READ

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

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

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

“Buffalo Facts.” Ins and Outs of Buffalo, the Queen City of the Lakes. Buffalo: A. B. Floyd, 1899: p. 198. READ

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

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

“The Buffalo Residence of Ansley G. Wilcox, Where President Roosevelt Took the Oath of Office.” American Monthly Review of Reviews Oct. 1901 v24n4: p. 425. READ

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

“The Buffalo Tragedy.” Irish-American 7 Sept. 1901 v53n36: p. 4. READ

“The Buffalo Undertaker Explains.” New York Times 19 Sept. 1901 v51n16131: p. 2. READ

“Bulletins Don’t Tell All.” Morning Oregonian 10 Sept. 1901 v41n12713: p. 1. READ

“Bullets Fired by Czolgosz.” Evening Times 27 Nov. 1901 n1975: p. 2. READ

“Burned in Effigy.” Cleveland Leader 15 Sept. 1901 v54n258: p. 15. READ

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

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

“The Business Week.” Statist 14 Sept. 1901 v48n1229: pp. 465-68. [excerpt 1 of 2] READ

“The Business Week.” Statist 14 Sept. 1901 v48n1229: pp. 465-68. [excerpt 2 of 2] READ

“The Business Week.” Statist 21 Sept. 1901 v48n1230: pp. 501-03. [excerpt 1 of 3] READ

“The Business Week.” Statist 21 Sept. 1901 v48n1230: pp. 501-03. [excerpt 2 of 3] READ

“The Business Week.” Statist 21 Sept. 1901 v48n1230: pp. 501-03. [excerpt 3 of 3] READ

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

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

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

 


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