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McKim

[muh-kim] /məˈkɪm/
noun
1.
Charles Follen
[fol-uh n] /ˈfɒl ən/ (Show IPA),
1847–1909, U.S. architect.
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  • I think Mr. McKim spoke of a young man with you, who called upon him.

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  • Of all men you should be the last to speak disparagingly of a McKim.

    The Promise James B. Hendryx
  • If I had had paper money, as McKim desired, it would have been destroyed.

    The Underground Railroad William Still
  • Think what McKim might have accomplished on that site, and in those dimensions!

    Your United States Arnold Bennett
  • Mr. Davis heard Mr. McKim's plan and instantly approved of it, and was heartily at his service.

    The Underground Railroad William Still
  • The difficulty which Mr. McKim had been so anxious to overcome was thus pretty well settled.

    The Underground Railroad William Still
  • In the meanwhile Mr. McKim was preparing, with great dispatch, the subjoined document for the enlightenment and warning of all.

    The Underground Railroad William Still
  • Mr. McKim was an early advocate of colored enlistments, as a means of lifting up the blacks and putting down the rebellion.

    The Underground Railroad William Still
  • Mr. McKim retired from his labors with impaired health, and has since taken no open part in public affairs.

    The Underground Railroad William Still
  • Mr. McKim thought that a man who might be taken for a negro trader would be the right kind of a man to send on this errand.

    The Underground Railroad William Still

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