Welcome to the Attic…

McKinley Presidential Library & Museum Canton, Ohio

Ramsayer Research Library

We believe in a world where people help each other, and those people work as a team to inspire the community to come together for the common good…

People travel great distances, make great sacrifices, and spend vast amounts of time and money searching for the answers to their questions.  People from all over the world visit, call, or write to the Archive with questions about their relatives who lived in Stark County, to find a business that was once here, or to view the vast photograph collection.  Everyone has a story, everyone has a question.  We can help you…

Follow this Blog, to learn more about the activities that surround Stark County, and President William McKinley’s legacy.

We at the McKinley Presidential Library & Museum gather information and artifacts from our vast collection to help people find their happiness.  What does this mean?  People come to us with hundreds of questions about William McKinley, Stark County, and the Presidency in general, and they ask us what we have to offer as a museum.  They ask these questions because they have a desire to satisfy a curiosity, or have a need to get to the bottom of a question.  Whatever their reason for asking they, seem relieved and happy to get their question answered, and get the information they crave.

There are many people who have come before us, who have many important things to teach us, and “It is up to us to listen to their voices…”

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5 thoughts on “Welcome to the Attic…”

  1. Hey Now….Very Cool… I look forward to more posts… Thanks

  2. Cindy Evans said:

    I have run across old photos . One of president McKinley. One of his wife and one of his daughter. They came from from a photo place in canton Ohio. I was wondering who I should take them to, the one of William McKinley is sighed . I would like go send pics . Thanks for your time

  3. Michelle said:

    Hello, I am a “Clark” girl. I came across two photos of James J Clark whose law office is shown in the museum. I would like to pass one photo on, Interested? Michelle Clark Power

    • starkcountyresearch said:

      Hi Michelle,

      Thank you for your comment on Archivist’s Attic!

      We would be interested in any photos of Stark County you may have.

      Thank you for considering us.

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