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File:Coronation of McKinley.jpg


English: Quoted from Library of Congress description (see link above): Print shows William McKinley at the Republican National Convention, wearing a royal robe and placing a crown labeled "Nomination" and listing the states "Mass., Texas, Maryland, Illinois, Ohio, New York, Pennsylvania, Cal. [and] Va." on his head, with Charles H. Grosvenor and Mark A. Hanna as high priests, and Herman H. Kohlsaat as a court page holding the robe; paying their respects, on the right, are Thomas C. Platt, William B. Allison, Matthew S. Quay, Thomas B. Reed, Shelby M. Cullom, and Levi P. Morton. A small portion of the convention hall is visible in the background.
Source Puck, June 24, 1896, centerfold, from here
Author Louis Dalrymple


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