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“Radical Comment on the President’s Assassination.” Literary Digest 21 Sept. 1901 v23n12: pp. 336-37. READ

“The Radicals” [chapter 7], by Hutchins Hapgood. The Spirit of Labor. New York: Duffield, 1907: pp. 138-66. READ

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

“Ran Him Out of Town.” Daily Ardmoreite 13 Feb. 1902 v9n89: p. [2]. READ

“Real Cause of Death.” Journal and Herald 19 Sept. 1901 v35n35: p. [4]. READ

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

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

“Recent Events.” Phrenological Journal and Phrenological Magazine Oct. 1901 v112n4: pp. 133-36. READ

“Recompense,” by T. R. E. McInnes. Overland Monthly Nov. 1901 v38n5: p. 357. READ

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

“Recoveries in Similar Cases Average Fifty Per Cent.” St. Joseph Gazette-Herald 8 Sept. 1901 v111n39: sect. 1, p. 1. READ

“Recovery Not Barred.” New York Times 8 Sept. 1901 v50n16121: part 1, p. 2. READ

“The Red Anarchist Must Go,” by S. E. Kiser. Timely Topics 20 Sept. 1901 v6n3: pp. 46-47. READ

“The Red Hand of Anarchy!” Norfolk Landmark 7 Sept. 1901 v53n10: p. 4. READ

“Reflections of a Rich Man.” Mother Earth Oct. 1906 v1n8: pp. 47-48. READ

“Reform by Assassination.” Liberal Review Sept. 1904 v1n8: pp. 446-47. READ

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

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

“A Reminiscence,” by Hippolyte Havel. Mother Earth Oct. 1908 v3n8: pp. 320-24. READ

“The Remuneration of President McKinley’s Doctors.” Carolina Medical Journal Jan. 1902 v48n1: pp. 1-2. READ

“Report of Capt. Benjamin F. Montgomery, Signal Corps, in Charge of Telegraph and Cipher Bureau at the White House,” by Benjamin F. Montgomery. Annual Reports of the War Department. Vol. 1. Part 2. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1901: pp. 1058-61. READ

“The Report of the Autopsy in the President’s Case.” Philadelphia Medical Journal 26 Oct. 1901 v8n17: pp. 664-65. READ

“A Report of the International Congress of Nurses,” by Cornelia Coleman. Northwestern Lancet 15 Nov. 1901 v21n22: pp. 465-67. READ

“Report of the Physicians Who Attended President McKinley.” Buffalo Medical Journal Nov. 1901 v41n4 (new series): pp. 295-96. READ

“Report of Wisconsin Fruit at the Pan-American,” by A. A. Parsons. Annual Report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Vol. 32. Madison: Democrat Printing, 1902: pp. 150-53. READ

“Report on the Autopsy,” by Harvey R. Gaylord. Medical Record 19 Oct. 1901 v60n16: pp. 606-09. READ

“Report on the Bacteriologic Examination,” by Herman G. Matzinger. Medical Record 19 Oct. 1901 v60n16: pp. 609-10. READ

“A Representative Stenographer,” by L. V. Marshall. Typewriter and Phonographic World Oct. 1901 v18n2: pp. 103-05. READ

“A Requiem.” Paterson Weekly Press 10 Oct. 1901 v37n41: p. 1. READ

“Requiem,” by Martha Virginia Burton. Sons of the Sun. Chicago: Bessette and Son, 1907: p. 16. READ

“A Requiem,” by M. Batterham Lindesay. The First Shearing. Richmond: Whittet and Shepperson, 1904: pp. 38-39. READ

“Requiem,” by M. P. P. Adjuster Oct. 1901 v23n5: p. 137. READ

“Requiem,” by C. Herbert Reese. Baltimore American 19 Sept. 1901 v191n34817: p. 6. READ

“Requiescat in Pace.” Medical Dial Oct. 1901 v3n10: p. 241. READ

“Residence of John G. Milburn.” New-York Tribune 7 Sept. 1901 v61n20019: p. 3. READ

“Resolutions on the Deaths of Dr. Charles S. Inglis and President William McKinley.” Dental Brief Dec. 1901 v6n12: pp. 750-51. READ

“Response of the President to the Address of Welcome,” by Benjamin Lee. Public Health Papers and Reports 1902 v27: pp. 17-18. READ

“The Responsibility of Public Opinion.” Gunton’s Magazine Oct. 1901 v21n4: pp. 305-08. READ

“Result of Reckless Agitation.” American Manufacturer and Iron World 19 Sept. 1901 v69n12: pp. 1153-54. READ

“Results of the Autopsy in President McKinley’s Case.” International Journal of Surgery Nov. 1901 v14n11: p. 343. READ

“Resume of the News.” Turner County Herald 7 Nov. 1901 v19n29: p. [2]. READ

“Retribution,” by Dell Hair. Echoes from the Beat. Vol. 3. Toledo: Newell B. Newton, 1908: p. 128. READ

“A Retrospect.” Clinical Reporter Oct. 1901 v14n10: pp. 392-93. READ

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

“Retrospect for 1911.” Hawaiian Almanac and Annual for 1912. Comp. Thomas G. Thrum. Honolulu: Thos. G. Thrum, 1911: pp. 137-59. READ

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

“Returning Anniversary of Great American Sorrow.” Albuquerque Evening Citizen 6 Sept. 1906 v20n216: p. 1. READ

“The Revelations of the Autopsy.” Medical Record 21 Sept. 1901 v60n12: pp. 457-58. READ

“A Review of the Surgical Aspects of the Case of President McKinley,” by George Ryerson Fowler. Brooklyn Medical Journal Dec. 1901 v15n12: pp. 704-09. READ

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

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

“Rixey Files His Report.” Chicago Sunday Tribune 27 Oct. 1901 v60n300: part 1, p. 6. READ

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

“Rome.” Tablet 21 Sept. 1901 v98n3202: pp. 453-54. READ

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

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

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

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

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

“Roosevelt Becomes President” [chapter 6], by Harold Howland. Theodore Roosevelt and His Times. Abraham Lincoln ed. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1921: pp. 73-83. 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 Guide in Insane Asylum.” World 11 Sept. 1903 v44n15361: p. 14. READ

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

“Roosevelt in Vermont.” Burlington Hawk-Eye 6 Sept. 1901 v63n76: p. 1. 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 Next, Says Herr Most,” by Frank Wing. St. Paul Globe 12 Sept. 1901 v24n255: p. 1. 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,” by Lawrence F. Abbott. The Encyclopædia Britannica. 11th ed. Vol. 23. Cambridge: Encyclopædia Britannica, 1911: pp. 707-11. 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

“Roosevelt Too, Says Most.” New-York Tribune 10 Sept. 1901 v61n20022: p. 3. READ

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

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

“Root Praises Erie County Officers.” New-York Tribune 15 Nov. 1901 v61n20088: p. 9. READ

“Roswell Park: A Memoir,” by Charles G. Stockton. Publications of the Buffalo Historical Society 1918 v22: pp. 91-111. READ

“Round-Up of Anarchists Made by the Secret Service.” St. Louis Post-Dispatch 8 Sept. 1901 v54n18: part 2, p. 4. READ

“Rules of Evidence Peculiar to Criminal Law” [book 3, chapter 26], by Courtney Stanhope Kenny. Outlines of Criminal Law. 5th ed. rev. Cambridge: University Press, 1913: pp. 381-408. READ

 


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