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President McKinley Taking the Oath (1901)

 |  Short, News  |  16 March 1901 (USA)
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Credited cast:
William McKinley ...
Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Joseph Garney Cannon ...
Himself (as Joseph G. Cannon)
John Dalzell ...
Himself
George Dewey ...
Himself
Melville W. Fuller ...
Himself
Marcus Hanna ...
Himself
James K. Jones ...
Himself
Ida McKinley ...
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Thomas C. McRae ...
Himself
Nelson Appleton Miles ...
Himself
John Lendrum Mitchell ...
Himself
Daniel M. Ransdell ...
Himself
John Sherman ...
Himself
John C. Spooner ...
Himself
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