“Delivering the address - President's Day" depicts an address by United States President William McKinley at the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo on the day before his assassination. McKinley stands hatless, wearing a tuxedo, holding speech notes in his left hand. Source: The United States Library of Congress's Prints and Photographs division.
The LAST PHOTOGRAPH of the late President William McKinley, taken as he was ascending the steps of the Temple of Music on September 6, 1901. Source: E. Benjamin Andrews’s ‘History of the United States’, volume V, Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1912.
Assassination of 25th President of the United States William McKinley, Jr. (January 29, 1843 -September 14, 1901) - Leon F. Czolgosz shoots McKinley with a concealed revolver at the Pan-American Exposition (in Buffalo, New York) reception on September 6, 1901 (photography of wash drawing by T Dart Walker published in 1905). Source: The United States Library of Congress's Prints and Photographs division.
Photo of Leon F. Czolgosz found among his personal effects, photography (1900) by an unknown photographer. Born on May 5, 1873 in Alpena, Michigan, USA, Czolgosz was Steel worker and an Anarchist who was charged with First-Degree Murder, convicted for Death Penalty and executed by electric chair on October 29, 1901 at the aged of 28.
Reproduction of the first photograph of Leon F. Czolgosz in jail, illustrated in Frank Leslie's weekly, McKinley extra, 1901 September 9, cover. Source: The United States Library of Congress's Prints and Photographs division.
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