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Garfield, conscious but in shock, was carried to an upstairs floor of the train station. Robert Todd Lincoln, deeply upset and thinking back to the death of his father, said "How many hours of sorrow I have passed in this town. Garfield was carried back to the White House. Although doctors told him that he would not survive the night, the President remained conscious and alert. Fevers came and went. Garfield struggled to keep down solid food and spent most of the summer eating little, and that only liquids.
Garfield had been a regular visitor to the shore town of Long Branch, New Jersey , one of the nation's premier summer vacation spots until World War I. In early September, it was decided to bring him to Elberon , a quiet beach town just to the south of Long Branch, in hopes that the beach air would help him recover.
When they heard that the president was being brought to their town, local citizens built more than half a mile of tracks in less than 24 hours, enabling Garfield to be brought directly to the door of the oceanfront Franklyn cottage, rather than being moved by carriage from the local Elberon train station.
However, Garfield died 12 days later. A granite marker on Garfield Rd identifies the former site of the cottage, which was demolished in After first getting the news, Arthur said "I hope—my God, I do hope it is a mistake. Arthur took the presidential oath of office, administered by a New York Supreme Court judge, then left for Long Branch to pay his respects before traveling on to Washington. When the tracks that had been hastily built to the Franklyn cottage were later torn up, actor Oliver Byron bought the wooden ties, and had local carpenter William Presley build them into a small tea house, in commemoration of the president.
Arthur, Ulysses S. McKinley was shaking hands with the public when he was shot by Leon Czolgosz , an anarchist. The President died eight days later on September 14 from gangrene caused by the bullet wounds. McKinley had been elected for a second term in Cortelyou , feared an assassination attempt would take place during a visit to the Temple of Music, and twice took it off the schedule. McKinley restored it each time.
Czolgosz had lost his job during the economic Panic of and turned to anarchism, a political philosophy whose adherents had killed foreign leaders. One bullet grazed McKinley; the other entered his abdomen and was never found. McKinley initially appeared to be recovering, but took a turn for the worse on September 13 as his wounds became gangrenous, and died early the next morning; Vice President Theodore Roosevelt succeeded him. Roosevelt was hiking near the top of Mt. Marcy , in New York State's Adirondack region, when a runner located him to convey the news.
Harding died from a sudden heart attack in his hotel suite while visiting San Francisco at around p. His death quickly led to theories that he had been poisoned  or committed suicide. Rumors of poisoning were fueled, in part, by a book called The Strange Death of President Harding, in which the author convicted criminal, former Ohio Gang member, and detective Gaston Means , hired by Mrs. Harding to investigate Warren Harding and his mistress suggested that Mrs. Harding had poisoned her husband after learning of his infidelity. Harding's refusal to allow an autopsy on President Harding only added to the speculation.
According to the physicians attending Harding, however, the symptoms in the days prior to his death all pointed to congestive heart failure. Harding's biographer, Samuel H. Adams, concluded that "Warren G. Harding died a natural death which, in any case, could not have been long postponed".
Immediately after President Harding's death, Mrs. Harding returned to Washington, D. For a month, former First Lady Harding gathered and destroyed by fire President Harding's correspondence and documents, both official and unofficial. Upon her return to Marion, Ohio , Mrs. Harding hired a number of secretaries to collect and burn President Harding's personal papers.
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According to Mrs. Harding, she took these actions to protect her husband's legacy. The remaining papers were held and kept from public view by the Harding Memorial Association in Marion. On March 29, , Franklin D. On the afternoon of April 12, Roosevelt said, "I have a terrific pain in the back of my head. The president's attending cardiologist, Dr. Howard Bruenn, diagnosed a massive cerebral hemorrhage stroke. As Allen Drury later said, "so ended an era, and so began another. Roosevelt was in the White House".
In his later years at the White House, when Roosevelt was increasingly overworked, his daughter Anna Roosevelt Boettiger had moved in to provide her father companionship and support. Anna had also arranged for her father to meet with his former mistress, the now widowed Lucy Mercer Rutherfurd. A close friend of both Roosevelt and Mercer who was present, Elizabeth Shoumatoff , rushed Mercer away to avoid negative publicity and implications of infidelity. When Eleanor heard about her husband's death, she was also faced with the news that Anna had been arranging these meetings with Mercer and that Mercer had been with Franklin when he died.
On the morning of April 13, Roosevelt's body was placed in a flag-draped coffin and loaded onto the presidential train. Eleanor died in November and was buried next to him. Roosevelt's death was met with shock and grief  across the U. His declining health had not been known to the general public. Roosevelt had been president for more than 12 years, longer than any other person, and had led the country through some of its greatest crises to the impending defeat of Nazi Germany and within sight of the defeat of Japan as well.
Less than a month after his death, on May 8, the war in Europe ended. President Harry S.
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Truman , who turned 61 that day, dedicated Victory in Europe Day and its celebrations to Roosevelt's memory, and kept the flags across the U. In doing so, Truman said that his only wish was "that Franklin D. Roosevelt had lived to witness this day. John F. The ten-month investigation by the Warren Commission of — concluded that President Kennedy was assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald and that Oswald had acted entirely alone.
It also concluded that Jack Ruby acted alone when he killed Oswald in police custody. Nonetheless, polls conducted from to found that as many as 80 percent of Americans have suspected that there was a plot or cover-up. Most current John F. Kennedy assassination conspiracy theories put forth a criminal conspiracy involving parties as varied as the CIA , the Mafia , anti-Castro Cuban exile groups, the military industrial complex , sitting Vice President Lyndon B.
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