Buffalo Enquirer, Vol. 58, No. 34, Extra! No. 3, September 6, 1901
Buffalo Enquirer, Vol. 58, No. 34, Extra! No. 3, September 6, 1901, p. 1-10 (complete):
Page 1: Banner headline: McKinley Is Shot! - Page is mostly filled with large bold headlines. Short article describes the shooting and that McKinley had been taken to the Exposition Hospital.
Page 2: - "Notes on Politics" - Speculation about Mark Hanna's chances to succeed McKinley as President - Short editorial comments on news items including the likelihood of Hanna becoming the next President, reflections on the success of President's Day and the upcoming Rochester Day
Page 5: - "Only One Accident Reported at Pan Am" - "Two Complaints to the Police" - Two reported thefts at the Pan Am
Page 6: - "Death Knell of M'Kinleyism" - Text from article in London's The Star newspaper in reaction to McKinley's Pan Am speech
Page 8: - "Rochester Day at the Exposition" - Plans for special trains to transport people to the Pan Am the next day (Sept. 7) - "Missing Lads are Doing the Exposition" - Reports of boys running away to visit the Pan Am - "Rehearsal of Wedding in Big Cage" - Rehearsal of Wedding to take place in lion cage at the Pan Am on Railroad Day (Sept. 14)
Page 9: - "President's Reception" - Continuation of article originally printed on Page 1, before the news of the shooting; includes details of McKinley's visit to the Pan Am on Sept. 5
Page 10: - "Programme for Rhode Island Day" - Schedule of events to be held in the Temple of Music in honor of Rhode Island Day (Sept. 10)
Buffalo Enquirer, Vol. 58, No. 34, Extra! No. 3, September 6, 1901.
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