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Text:"... or the en. At s* house, with a and an active aide of the Ma sometimes Mrs. Saxton, the aunt of Mrs. McKinley. drive her country home. I-ithe c '. And id owed n from figure. on her wedding gown. The ^own..."
Date:Nov 26 1896
Publication:Danville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... she first entered as a bride in 1870, Mrs. IdaMcKinley, once mistress of the White House, quietly spent her declining years, surrounded by mementos that served to ever keep fresh the memory of the man..."
Date:May 27 1907
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... thoso musicbox arrangements which start a tune whenever it is picked up and no longer in evidence but that dej niversary as iu this instance and IdaSaxton the lovely maiden in her bridal robes of white..."
Date:Nov 21 1896
Publication:Ironwood, Michigan, United States of America
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Text:".... Saxton, the widowed mnt of Mrs. McKinley, drives in from her country home. Lithe of figure, has conferred and received In this quarter of a century, bas been blessed above other women. Every one knows..."
Date:Nov 19 1896
Publication:Bryan, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... and there is sure to be Mr Sam Saxton a goodlooking nephew of MrsMcKinley and an active aide oC the Major And sometimes MrsSaxton the widowed aunt of MrsMcKinley drives in from her country home Lithe of figure..."
Date:Nov 15 1896
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... Was the real William Newby who was igiag nature, but the local men who Rave gone down into their pockets IdaSaxtonMcKinley the wife of , was that the almost broken hearted g^rfield, lovable as he was. had..."
Date:May 29 1907
Publication:Sullivan, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... of the is expected to here on time to attend the service j an IdaMcKinley was born in I Of Canton 8 lames A A a I tc Attend 27 Longshoremen Winning Strike This picture shows Princess Vic toria to the right and her..."
Date:May 27 1907
Publication:Coshocton, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... violets rare, Some words of love, then HIS name— NED No. 25—-IdaSaxtonMcKinley, and the Long Corridor in the White House. -4i- 4*- Social life at the White House during the four years that IdaSaxton..."
Date:Feb 14 1930
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... McKinley was born in Canton June 8, 1847. James A. Sax- ton, her father, was an Intellectual and progressive business man and banker; his wife was a lady of extraordinary culture aud refinement. IdaSaxton..."
Date:May 27 1907
Publication:Mansfield, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... people know it Last June with Rosalynn Carter present for the ceremonies Regula and company christened the First Ladies Library in the IdaSaxtonMcKinley House in Canton The re stored Victorian house..."
Date:Mar 14 1999
Publication:Galveston, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... present for the ceremonies, Regula and company christened the First Ladies Library in the IdaSaxtonMcKinley House in Canton. The restored Victorian house, built in the mid-1800s, was the home of President..."
Date:Mar 15 1999
Publication:Frederick, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"... the First Ladies Library in the IdaSaxtonMcKinley House in Canton. The restored Victorian house, built in the mid-1800s, was the home of President and Mrs. McKinley during his 14 years in the U.S. Senate..."
Date:Mar 14 1999
Publication:Brownsville, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"..., IdaSaxtonMcKinley, s already been turned into a owplace of American history I The property opened as the 'ational First Ladies' Library in i98. It became a national histori- site last year..."
Date:Sep 4 2001
Publication:Elyria, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...- nies, Regula and company chris- tened the First Ladies Library in the IdaSaxtonMcKinley House in Canton. The restored Victo- rian house, built in the mid- 1800s, was the home of President and Mrs..."
Date:Mar 14 1999
Publication:Elyria, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... to attend the funeral service. IdaSaxtonMcKinley was born in Canton June S, 1S47. James A. Sax- ton, her father, was an intellectual and progressive business man and banker; his wife was a lady..."
Date:May 27 1907
Publication:Van Wert, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... and happiest of all the presi- dent's wives. IdaMcKinley cer- tainly was the most tragic. She takes her place in history as a woman for whom misfortunes multiplied. Life besan Joyously for her. but soon..."
Date:Oct 29 1928
Publication:Elyria, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... for the ceremonies, Regula and company christened the First Ladies Library in the IdaSaxtonMcKinley House in Canton. The restored Victorian house, built in the mid-lSOOs, was the home of President and Mrs. McKinley..."
Date:Mar 15 1999
Publication:Frederick, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"... into playing condition. While he straightens bent keysand tightens gears and wheels, his wife restores the wood finishes and supervises the showings atthe museum. Your America IdaSaxtonMcKinley By CLARK..."
Date:Aug 27 1960
Publication:Tokyo, Japan, Japan
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Text:"... christened the First Ladies Library in the IdaSaxtonMcKinley House in Canton. The restored Victorian house, built in the mid-1800s, was the home of President and Mrs. McKinley during his 14 years in the U..."
Date:Mar 14 1999
Publication:Brownsville, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... MAN IS REFORMING Many Notables У Are in Canton at Obsequies Publishers’ Press Dispatch. CANTON. O.. May 2 9.—Waiting the funeral the body of IdaSaxtonMcKinley lies in the front room of the McKinley..."
Date:May 29 1907
Publication:New Castle, Pennsylvania, United States of America