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Call Number Illustration in AP2.L52 Case Y [P&P]

Reproduction Number LC-USZ62-99204 (Black & white film-copy from negative) Summary

Reproduction of first photograph of Leon F. Czolgosz, the assassin of President William McKinley, in jail.


1 photo-mechanical print : half tone.

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  • Illustrated in: Frank Leslie's weekly, McKinley extra, 1901 Sept. 9, cover.
  • Copyrighted by Judge Company, 1901.
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  • 2006-01-04 13:24 Brian0918 791×1052×8 (474251 bytes) TITLE: [[Leon F. Czolgosz]], the assassin CALL NUMBER: Illus. in AP2.L52 Case Y [P&P] REPRODUCTION NUMBER: LC-USZ62-99204 (b&w film copy neg.) '''No known restrictions on publication.''' SUMMARY: Reproduction of first photograph of Leon F. Czolgos
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