Ida Saxton McKinley (1847-1907)
Ida Saxton McKinley, wife of William McKinley, led a life marked by tragedy. Her mother and two children died within a two-year period (1873-1875). Mrs. McKinley then became an invalid and was stricken with phlebitis and epilepsy. In 1901 her husband was assassinated. Here the first lady sits on an ornate chair, circa 1900. Plants fill the background, and she holds a rose in her hand.
- 1900 circa 5 years
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