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McKinley--William (President of the United States)

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Title Date Summary
1 Philo
Normal Eyte 15:16, p.255
1/18/1905 Two orations, a debate, and a presentation on astronomy occurred at the most recent Philo meeting.
2 After McKinley's assassination
Normal Eyte 14:28, p.435
4/9/1904 Chapel orations tend to follow current events.
3 Y. M. C. A.
Normal Eyte 12:5, p.68
10/12/1901 Have heard addresses by Dr. Vander Wert and Professor Rich.
4 In accordance with the proclamation
Normal Eyte 12:2, p.29
9/21/1901 No classes held in honor of the late President McKinley; students attended memorial services at city churches.
5 McKinley
Normal Eyte 12:2, p.21
9/21/1901 Memorial services were held for the late President McKinley; tribute to his achievements; photo.
6 Anarchy
Normal Eyte 12:1, p.3
9/14/1901 Mourns the death of President William McKinley; believes the problem of anarchy must be solved; stricter immigration policies may be necessary.
7 Long before daylight
Normal Eyte 9:6, p.132
10/21/1899 Many students went to the train station to hear President McKinley make a short speech.
8 President McKinley
Normal Eyte 9:4, p.85
10/7/1899 Will visit Waterloo; many students will go there.
9 Charles Sutherland and Saul Raymond
Normal Eyte 8:6, p.83
10/15/1898 Went to hear President McKinley speak.
10 The selection
Normal Eyte 6:18, p.208
2/6/1897 James Wilson selected as Secretary of Agriculture by President McKinley.
11 C. J. and P. M. Shaffer
Normal Eyte 6:9, p.106
11/7/1896 Did not go home to vote since one favored McKinley and one favored Bryan.
12 Fred I. Barner
Normal Eyte 6:9, p.105
11/7/1896 Came home to vote.
13 We give a brief extract from a recent letter
Normal Eyte 6:9, p.102
11/7/1896 John Sogard supports William McKinley.
14 Miss Emma Mantz
Normal Eyte 6:7, p.77
10/24/1896 Teaching in Pueblo, Colorado; will vote in presidential election.
15 The prevailing state of anxiety
Normal Eyte 6:6, p.61
10/17/1896 Speculates on aims of education; ought to include patriotism.

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