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The World. Vol. XLII. No. 14,631. New York, Wednesday, September 11, 1901.
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Title:

The World. Vol. XLII. No. 14,631. New York, Wednesday, September 11, 1901.

Collection:

Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic Site

Description:

The World. Vol. XLII. No. 14,631. New York, Wednesday, September 11, 1901. Pages 1-4:

Page 1: Banner headline: President's Wound Reopened; Slight Change for Worse - Sub-headline 1: Emma Goldman in Jail Charged With Conspiracy. - Sub-headline 2: Vehemently Denies that She Inspired Czolgosz. - Sub-headline 3: Anarchist Queen Declares She Met Him Only Once and Then Only for a Moment - Makes a Detailed Statement Covering Her Movements for the Last Two Months. - "Story of the Arrest of Anarchist Queen." - reports details of the arrest of Emma Goldman. - "Prof. Mazzoni, the Pope's Surgeon, Thinks Second Bullet Will Have to Be Removed." - "President Takes Food for the First Time." - "All Day Long the Reports Were Glowing." - Doctors expect rapid recovery. - Three illustrations of Emma Goldman.

Page 2: "Vice- President Roosevelt and Senator Hanna Leave for Home" - (new headline of story cont'd from page 1) - "Secret Anarchist Den on Third Avenue. Emma Goldman Made it Her Headquarters in This City and Has Spoken There Twice Since Her Return From Paris Last December." - "President Will See His Intimate Friends Friday." - Friends and Cabinet members allowed to visit with McKinley - "Italian Police Knew of Paterson Plot." - Reports that Italian Police had tips about the assassination plot - "Will Make New York Too Hot for the Reds." - New York Police cracking down on Anarchists city-wide - Photographs of Vice-President Roosevelt, District Attorney Penny, & John G. Milburn (taken in Buffalo September 10, 1901).

Page 3: "Emma Goldman, Defiant in Her Denials, Held for Conspiracy." - reports of Emma Goldman's arrest and her claims of non-involvement. - "President a Witness at Czolgosz's Trial? He May Either Appear Personally in Court, Through There Is No Power to Compel Him, or May Give Testimony Before a Commission." - "Beans for Anarchist Soaked by the Police." - Package of baked beans, sent to Czolgosz, suspected to be poisoned. - "Government to Put the Reds Behind Bars." - Anarchists to be arrested country-wide on conspiracy charges. - "Roosevelt's View of Czolgosz Crime." - Vice- President Roosevelt's statement denouncing the assassination attempt. - Large illustration of McKinley shaking hands at the Pan-American Exposition. Caption: "President McKinley Shaking Hands with Cuban Commissioner Before Temple of Music Ten Minutes Before the Shooting"

Creation Date:

1901-09-11

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The World. Vol. XLII. No. 14,631. New York, Wednesday, September 11, 1901.. Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic Site. https://www.theodorerooseveltcenter.org/Research/Digital-Library/Record?libID=o284382. Theodore Roosevelt Digital Library. Dickinson State University.
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