Browse Collections (37 total)

WWPL Manuscript Collection

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Ephemera, letters from various donors relating to President Wilson and his legacy

Clifford Berryman Cartoons

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Clifford Berryman Cartoons: .5 linear foot. (1912-1921). Courtesy of the Center for Legislative History at the National Archives, the Berryman…

Woodrow Wilson Collection

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Nathan C. and Annie Lee Hoyt Papers

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James W. Kisling Collection

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Eight leather-bound journals chronicling daily life, correspondence, and finances. Also includes two photographs and one pair of eye glasses.

Contributors: Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library

Goucher College Collection

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Scans of 3 Wilson letters and a photograph of Jessie Wilson courtesy of Goucher College Archives.

Contributors: Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924

Gilder-Lehrman Institute for American History Woodrow Wilson Documents

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The collection includes scans of Wilson related correspondence in the Gilder-Lehrman Institute collection. A variety of important topics is covered,…

Contributors: Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library

Jessie Wilson Sayre Correspondence

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Otto Kappelmann Letters

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Letters of a soldier enlisted in the U.S. Army from 1916 to 1919.
Kappelmann's letters, written primarily to his sister, Anna-Marie Bubendey,…

World War I Letters

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Letters from the White House to various individuals

Contributors: Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library

Benjamin Strong Jr. Papers

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Benjamin Strong Jr. was appointed first governor of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York upon its formation in 1914. The papers consist of letters…

Edith Bolling Wilson Letters

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Letters that Edith Bolling wrote during the Wilson administration, mostly to the President.