A Study in Boss Politics: William Lorimer of Chicago

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Chicago Wards, 1893, and Second Congressional District39
Coronation of King William I52
The Machine in Distress95
Chicago Wards, 1901, and Sixth Congressional District117
The Situation at Springfield207
What the Illinois Earthquake Did219
Chicago Tribune, Apr. 30, 1910, p. 1234
The Hamilton Club Is Giving a Banquet Tonight245
The Senator Seems to Be Overlooking the Chief Conspirator299
Chicago Tribune, July 14, 19 12, p. 1302
BETWEEN PAGES 184 AND 185
William Lorimer, c. 1912 U.S. Senator Lawrence Y. Sherman
Lorimer on his way to the 1904 U.S. Senator Albert J. Beveridge
"deadlocked" Republican con U.S. Senator John W. Kern
vention U.S. Comptroller Charles G. Dawes
The Leland Hotel in Springfield Judge Elbridge Hanecy
Frank O. Lowden's headquarters in Cook County State's Attorney
the Leland Hotel, 1904 John E. W. Wayman
Governor Len Small State Representative
Governor Frank O. Lowden Lee O'Neil Browne
Edward D. Shurtleff, speaker of the State Representative
Illinois House Charles A. White
Joseph G. Cannon, speaker of the Lumberman Edward Hines
U.S. House H. J. C. Beckemeyer
Governor Richard Yates Daniel W. Holtslaw
Governor Charles S. Deneen Robert E. Wilson
U.S. Senator Albert J. Hopkins Michael S. Link
U.S. Senator Shelby M. Cullom John Broderick

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