The staff of the Ramsayer Research Library inspire our visitors to discover the citizens of Stark County who went before us. William McKinley became one of those citizens in 1867, and weaved himself into the fabric of Stark County history for some thirty-four years.
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.
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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…”