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Mrs. Ida S. McKinley.
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Ida Saxton McKinley. Ida McKinley was the wife of the 25th president of the United States, William McKinley. A native of Canton, Ohio, Saxton McKinley came from a well to-do family, and embarked on a tour of Europe in Upon her return, she worked as a cashier in her father's bank, the year before she met and married William. Ida Saxton McKinley Lived: Mrs. William McKinley. There was little resemblance between the vivacious young woman who married William McKinley in January a slender bride with sky-blue eyes and fair skin and masses of auburn hair--and the petulant invalid who moved into the White House with him in March
Despite her husband’s devotion, the story of Ida McKinley seems to be a lesson in the early power of image and how the first lady becomes the most acute projection of our gendered desires. For additional reading, Richards lists sources on McKinley and on the representation of feminine illness. * * * * * * In other news . Ida McKinley: The Turn-of-the-Century First Lady Through War, Assassination, and Secret Disability (English Edition) eBook: Anthony, Carl Sferrazza: : Tienda KindleReviews: 8.
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Mrs. Ida S. McKinley by United States. Congress. House,[s.n.] edition, Electronic resource in English. Ellen Maury Slayden, the wife of Texas congressman James Slayden, wrote in her journal (which was later published) that the “first glimpse of Mrs.
McKinley made me feel ashamed of coming [the] poor, suffering woman ought to have been hidden from the gaze of the curious.”. Mrs. Ida S. McKinley by United States. Congress. House, unknown edition.
This book gives the reader real insight into the person, life and times of Ida McKinley. I found it fascinating that as a young woman Mrs. McKinley was quite ahead of her times.
She worked as a teller at her father's bank, and later managed it. She also toured Europe with her sister and hiked 10 miles or more a day in the by: 2. Ida McKinley () was an American first lady () and the wife of William McKinley, the 25th president of the United States. Her ill health. Best Sellers Gift Ideas New Releases Whole Foods Today's Deals AmazonBasics Coupons Gift Cards Customer Service Free Shipping Shopper Toolkit Registry Sell.
Books. Portrait of Mrs. McKinley, no. 3 1 photographic print. | Ida S. McKinley, full-length portrait, standing, facing front. Picture of President McKinley on table beside her. Picture of President McKinley on table beside her.
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Child development & youth services. Ida Saxton McKinley was the wife of the 25th President, William McKinley. She served as First Lady of the United States from to There was little.
This is the first full-length biography of Ida Saxton McKinley ( ), the wife of William McKinley, president of the United States from to his assassination in Long demeaned by history because she suffered from epilepsy--which the society of her era mistakenly believed to border on mental illn/5(9).
Ida McKinley: The Turn-Of-The-Century First Lady Through War, Assassination, and Secret Disability: Anthony, Carl Sferrazza: : LibrosReviews: 8. Even before little Katie died inMrs.
McKinley was a confirmed invalid. Although politically active, William McKinley was never far from her side. He arranged their life to suit her convenience.
Ida spent most of her waking hours in a small Victorian rocking chair that she had had since childhood.
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide Includes an ALS from Edward Everett Hale to a "Dear Hortense" (); and a formal printed card from Mrs. William (Ida) McKinley to Frederic E. Boothby at the time of her husband's death. Ida S. McKinley. Click on image for larger size.
Ida Saxton McKinley, First Lady of the United States, Very scarce free frank, Mrs. Ida S. McKinley, on a small black-bordered envelope, February 6, This envelope contained a letter, which was written and signed by Mrs. McKinley's nurse, thanking the recipient for writing to send Mrs.
McKinley. Carl Anthony described the festivities in his book Ida McKinley: The Turn-of-the-Century First Lady Through War, Assassination, and Secret Disability. Weeks earlier, a thousand engraved invitations to the McKinley Silver Anniversary on Wednesday, February 5, were mailed for either the afternoon or evening reception.
Throughout her youth, Ida was remarkably independent and energetic. She was interested in art, architecture, and current events, and she was sensitive to the plight of working women. In she married lawyer and Civil War veteran William McKinley. Following the deaths of their two daughters and her mother, Ida’s physical condition deteriorated.
Ida Saxton () married William McKinley (), 25th President of the USA, in The couple had two daughters, but one died in infancy and the second from typhoid fever in The shock of losing two children caused Mrs McKinley to have a mental breakdown and for the rest of her life she suffered from epilepsy and periods of.
The Saxton House, former home of Ida Saxton McKinley, now part of the First Ladies National Historic 's childhood home, the Saxton House, has been preserved on Market Avenue in Canton. In addition to growing up in the house, she and her husband also lived there from –, the period during which the future President McKinley.
Ida Saxton McKinley additional support from family friends President and Mrs. Rutherford B. Hayes who often invited them to the White House for social events.
Ida enjoyed social events, as well as carriage rides with her attendant, but was also content to stay at the hotel where they lived.
Her book “Brittany, Child of Joy”, an. McKinley Tiara. William McKinley Presidential Library and Museum places the Ida McKinley tiara on public display on Wednesday, July 2, in Canton, Ohio.
Ida McKinley crocheted these light blue wool bedroom slippers for Dr. Edward O. Morrow, an original staff member of the Aultman Hospital in Canton, Ohio.
Mrs. McKinley used her crocheting skills to make slippers for friends and family, White House staff members, “and even their families at home,” according to White House Chief Usher Ike Hoover.Find great deals on eBay for ida mckinley.
Shop with confidence. Session 1. McKinley's Roots, Time in the Civil War, and Iron Mongering with His Father. Session 2. William's Influential Parents, Ida's Medical Conditions, Hayes Winning Presidency McKinley's Political Persona, Ohio Politics, and .