Massachusetts State House draped in black bunting to mourn President William McKinley, September 1901

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9/1901

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  • Street-level view of Bulfinch's State House from Beacon Street. The facade of the building is draped in black bunting and American flags to mourn the assassination of President William McKinley. A photograph of President McKinley is located between the center two columns on the second level of the State House. Statues of Daniel Webster and Horace Mann flank both sides of the main steps on the s... read more
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