Battle for Governor in Kentucky pamphlet, 1900

Abstract

This pamphlet entitled "The Battle for Governor in Kentucky" was compiled by Carl Dailey in 1900, the year of Gov. William Goebel's assassination. The pamphlet contains photographs of the assassination's aftermath, including troop placement on the State Capitol grounds and the chase between the state militia and the Kentucky General Assembly which tried to meet following the shooting of Goebel.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Battle for Governor in Kentucky pamphlet, 1900
Creator
Dailey , Carl
Extent
1 pamphlet, 20 p. , 14 x 20 cm.
Subjects
Goebel, William, 1856-1900
Governors -- Kentucky
Kentucky -- Politics and government -- 1865-1950
Finding Aid Author
Processed and cataloged by Lori O'Connor; machine-readable finding aid created by Margie Plarr
Repository
Kentucky Historical Society

Collection Overview

Scope and Content
This pamphlet entitled "The Battle for Governor in Kentucky" was compiled by Carl Dailey in 1900, the year of Gov. William Goebel's assassination. The pamphlet contains photographs of the assassination's aftermath, including troop placement on the State Capitol grounds and the chase between the state militia and the Kentucky General Assembly which tried to meet following the shooting of Goebel.