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    William McKinley: A Collection of Six Items. Lot consists of the following: (1) a small piece of black fabric bearing old label identifying it as from the bier of President McKinley, framed with a cabinet photo; (2) a rare large original photo of McKinley and wife Ida at a dinner at Mark Hanna's Washington home, with guests identified on verso. Mounted on original board to 13.5" x 11". Minor surface wear; (3) large original Beadle photo of McKinley and Admiral Dewey at benediction by Cardinal Gibbons dated 1899. 5" x 7" photo on larger original mount: (4) Original 6" x 5" glossy photo of Canton, Ohio McKinley Memorial under construction; (5) Embossed cabinet-sized studio photo of Ida McKinley; and (6) cabinet photo of the McKinleys and their Canton home. Overall excellent condition.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2008
    2nd-3rd Tuesday-Wednesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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