'Buffalo Enquirer'' From 16 September 1901, Reporting on Death of President McKinley From Where He Was Shot -- ''...Dead Ruler's Remains Borne to Washington...''

'The Buffalo Enquirer'' from 16 September 1901, reporting on the death of President McKinley two days after he died from an assassin's bullet. The poetic sub-headline reads, ''...tearful multitudes accompanied the martial pageant in escort...'' McKinley, shot on September 6 at a Buffalo event, lingered until the 14th when his death occurred and Vice President Theodore Roosevelt ascended to the Presidency. Other articles cover proceedings against assassin Leon Czolgosz. 17'' x 23.5'' ten page newspaper is in very good condition, with light chipping.

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'Buffalo Enquirer'' From 16 September 1901, Reporting on Death of President McKinley From Where He Was Shot -- ''...Dead Ruler's Remains Borne to Washington...''
'Buffalo Enquirer'' From 16 September 1901, Reporting on Death of President McKinley From Where He Was Shot -- ''...Dead Ruler's Remains Borne to Washington...''
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