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  1. Ida Rubinstein (1885–1960), Russian ballet dancer; Ida Mary Barry Ryan (1854-1917), American philanthropist; Ida Sammis (1865–1943), American suffragist and politician; Ida Saxton McKinley (1847–1907), American first lady and wife of President William McKinley; Ida Schreiter (1912–1948), German concentration camp warden executed for war ...

  2. Ida Saxton McKinley U.S. First Lady as wife of President William McKinley; Ida Princess of Saxe,Meiningen; Princess of Saxe,Weimar,Eisenach; Ida Matilda Adelaide Princess of Schaumburg,Lippe, Princess Reuss of Greiz; mother,in,law of Wilhelm II; Ida Princess of Anhalt,Bernburg,Schaumburg,Hoym; Hereditary Princess of Oldenburg

  3. 10/09/2022 · William McKinley, (born January 29, 1843, Niles, Ohio, U.S.—died September 14, 1901, Buffalo, New York), 25th president of the United States (1897–1901). Under McKinley’s leadership, the United States went to war against Spain in 1898 and thereby acquired a global empire, which included Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Philippines. McKinley was the son of William McKinley, a manager of a ...

  4. The fee to tour the ancestral home of First Lady Ida Saxton McKinley is: $7/adults (ages 18-61) $6/seniors (ages 62 and over) $5/youth (ages 3-17) FREE (ages 2 and under) A reservation for groups of 10 or more to tour the Saxton-McKinley House is required. To make a group reservation, call (440) 717-3755 or email JHighfield

  5. McKinley épousa Ida Saxton en 1871. Après la fin de la guerre en 1865, McKinley décida de commencer une carrière dans le droit et il entama un apprentissage dans le cabinet d'un avocat de Poland dans l'Ohio [ 61 ] .

  6. First Ladies National Historic Site consists of two properties in downtown Canton, Ohio - the home of First Lady Ida Saxton-McKinley and our Education Center. Come learn about how the position of First Lady has evolved over time to include a public role.

  7. William McKinley, Jr. war eines von neun Kindern von William McKinley (1807–1892) und Nancy Campbell Allison (1809–1897). Die Eltern waren irischer und schottischer Herkunft. Am 25. Januar 1871 heiratete er Ida Saxton, mit der er zwei Töchter hatte: Katherine (1871