President William McKinley Junior, The Saint James Park

The Saint James Park Of San José

The Saint James Park, of San José, California is located across the street from the Santa Clara County Courthouse Building and has been the site of various historical events. In 1901, President William McKinley, Junior spoke at the Saint James Park, about six months before the president was assassinated. Soon after, in 1903, a statue was placed in the park to honor the site of the presidential visit. On March 23rd, 1968, Robert Fitzgerald Kennedy gave a speech, during his presidential race, at the Saint James Park.

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