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  1. 16/04/2021 · The Saxton-McKinley House Aside from being a beautiful Victorian building, the Saxton-McKinley House is the last remaining home with direct ties to Ida and William McKinley in their hometown of Canton, Ohio. Ida Saxton McKinley was born and raised in the home, and it remained in her family until 1919.

  2. The National First Ladies' Library welcomes you to the Saxton McKinley House, the Library's restored Victorian home in Canton, Ohio, the newly designated First Ladies National Historic Site. The Saxton-McKinley house is a two and three story brick building of irregular massing. It was constructed in two segments, in 1841, and ca. 1865.

  3. 21/05/2022 · Saxton-McKinley House History Aside from being a beautiful Victorian building, the Saxton-McKinley House is the last remaining home with direct ties to the McKinleys. Virtual Tour of the Saxton Home Watch this virtual tour of the Saxton Home to learn more about Ida and her role as first lady, and to collect your virtual Passport stamp.

  4. 08/03/2022 · Park Ranger Lisa Meade with the National Park Service will guide us through First Lady Ida McKinley’s family home, where she and President McKinley spent much of their married life. This beautifully restored Victorian home is part of the First Ladies National Historic Site and contains the National First Ladies Library.

  5. Online Tour of the Saxton/McKinley House Welcome to our online tour of the historic Ida Saxton McKinley Home located in Canton, Ohio. On our tour you will be able to view photos of the interior and exterior of the home and details about the renovation process. Please select an area of the home above to begin your tour.

  6. 01/07/2013 · Katie McKinley died in the Saxton House on June 25, 1875. By the time the McKinleys left for Washington upon the beginning of his first term as a U.S. Congressman in January of 1877, they had already lived at the Saxton House for a period of three years and four months, a full year longer than they had at the “Campaign House.”