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“J. B. Parker.” The Story of a Rising Race. By J. J. Pipkin. [n.p.]: N. D. Thompson Publishing, 1902: p. 449. VIEW

“J. G. Jarvis Was There.” Cortland Standard 7 Sept. 1901 n2912: p. 6. VIEW

“J. Warren Mead, Warden of Auburn Prison, Who Superintended the Electrocution of Czolgosz This Morning.” Buffalo Courier 29 Oct. 1901 v66n302: p. 1. VIEW

“James B. Parker.” Memorial Life of William McKinley. By G. W. Townsend. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: [unnumbered plate]. VIEW

“James B. Parker.” Pullman Herald 28 Sept. 1901 v13n51: p. [6]. VIEW

“James L. Quackenbush.” A History of the City of Buffalo and Niagara Falls. Comp. John Devoy. Buffalo: The Times, 1896: p. 189. VIEW

“James Parker.” The True Story of the Assassination of President McKinley at Buffalo. By Richard H. Barry. Buffalo: Robert Allan Reid, 1901: p. 16. VIEW

“James Parker in Washington.” Washington Times 2 July 1902 n2942: p. 8. VIEW

“Jan. 29 (1843),” by Philip Robert Dillon. American Anniversaries. New York: Philip R. Dillon, 1918: pp. 14-15. VIEW

“Jane Addams and the Imprisoned Anarchists.” Lucifer, the Light-Bearer 21 Sept. 1901 v5n36 (3rd series): p. 291. VIEW

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

“Jim Parker.” Cleveland Plain Dealer 13 Sept. 1901 v60n256: p. 6. VIEW

“Jim Parker,” by George Newell Lovejoy. Buffalo Evening News 14 Oct. 1901 v43n3: p. 2. VIEW

“‘Jim’ Parker Is Happy.” New-York Tribune 11 Sept. 1901 v61n20023: p. 2. VIEW

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

“Johann Most Dead.” Watertown Re-Union 21 Mar. 1906: p. 1. VIEW

“Johann Most out on Bail.” Sunday News 15 Sept. 1901: p. 2. VIEW

“John G. Milburn.” The True Story of the Assassination of President McKinley at Buffalo. By Richard H. Barry. Buffalo: Robert Allan Reid, 1901: p. 25. VIEW

“John Hay: A Memorial History,” by Harry Tennyson Domer. Shield Sept. 1905 v21n3: pp. 275-316. VIEW

“John L. in Boston.” Albany Evening Journal 21 Sept. 1901 v72n22090: p. 2. VIEW

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

“John Most’s Great Scheme.” New-York Tribune 25 Dec. 1901 v61n20128: p. 3. VIEW

“John R. Hazel.” Men of Buffalo. Chicago: A. N. Marquis, 1902: p. 317. VIEW

“John Turner Again.” Independent 24 Dec. 1903 v55n2873: pp. 3083-84. VIEW

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

“Judge in Kentucky Would Cleave Assassin’s Body with Red-Hot Saw.” San Francisco Call 22 Sept. 1901 v90n114: p. 20. VIEW

“Judge Maguire’s Tribute,” by James G. Maguire. Health Magazine Nov. 1901 v12n5: pp. 147-49. VIEW

“Judge Shauck’s Tribute to the Late President McKinley.” Weekly Law Bulletin and the Ohio Law Journal 30 Sept. 1901 v46: pp. 145-46. VIEW

“A Jury of Our Peers,” by M. J. Wade. Proceedings of the Seventeenth Annual Session of the Iowa State Bar Association. Iowa City: The Association, 1911: pp. 106-12. VIEW

“Just Indignation against Murder-Advocating Socialists.” Liberty Review 15 Oct. 1901 v10n10 (new series): p. 239. VIEW

“Justice Is Swift.” Pioneer Express 8 Nov. 1901 v23n18: p. [6]. VIEW

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


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