Browse Collections (34 total)

Adolph S. Ochs Jr. Collection

Ochs Collection.pdf

Scrapbook collection from a soldier who served as an army journalist in France during WWI.

Contributors: Rachel Dark

Benjamin Strong Jr. Papers


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…

Cary T. Grayson Papers

Cary T. Grayson Articles and Speeches Finding Aid.pdf

The papers of Cary T. Grayson, personal physician and friend of Woodrow Wilson, came to the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library in 2005, initially as…

Clifford Berryman Cartoons

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

Dolores Lescure Collection

Books, letters, newspaper clippings, advertisements, relating to Woodrow Wilson Birthplace Foundation and Presidential Library.

Contributors: Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library staff

Earl S. Parish Collection


The Earl S. Parish Collection offers a glimpse into what it was like to be stationed in Europe after World War I had officially ended. Earl S. Parish…

Contributors: Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library

Edith Bolling Wilson Birthplace Papers

This collection documents the campaign by Woodrow Wilson's widow to preserve his legacy. It includes 179 handwritten and typed letters among members…

Contributors: Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum, Emily Smith

Edith Bolling Wilson Letters


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

Edith Gittings Reid Collection

Photocopies of 39 personal letters from Woodrow Wilson to Edith Gittings Reid, a personal friend.

Edward D. Shoor Collection

photos, documents from Shoor’s military service in WW1, including service as driver for Wilson’s presidential party during battlefield tours, a trip…

Edward N. Jackson Photographs

Gilder-Lehrman Institute for American History Woodrow Wilson Documents

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

Goucher College Collection


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

Contributors: Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924

James W. Kisling Collection


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

Jessie Wilson Sayre Correspondence

John P. Ambuehl Collection

John P  Ambuehl Collection.pdf

John P. Ambuehl was a private from Borup, Minnesota, who served as a machine gunner in France during WWI and was killed in action in October 1918. The…

Jon Anthony Bouman Collection

Netherlands-born Bouman was an author and journalist who covered WWI for the Associated Press in Europe. The collection is comprised letters with his…

Contributors: Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum staff

Nathan C. and Annie Lee Hoyt Papers


Ole K. Halverson Collection

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Seaman Halverson material includes postcards from Puget Sound Navy Yards, certificates of discharge, and photocopy of Sailor’s Discharge Record.

Contributors: Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library

Otto Kappelmann Letters


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,…

Race and Segregation Collection


Collection of articles and documents copied from the US National Archives and Records Administration on the topic of African Americans and racism…

Contributors: Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library

Scoville Clark Collection

Letters and invitations from Clark relating to the wedding of Jessie Wilson to Francis B. Sayre Jr. in 1913 at the White House. Clark was a groomsman.

St. Mary’s School Collection

Photocopies of letters from Woodrow Wilson’s daughter Eleanor to sister Jessie while Jessie was a student at St. Mary’s.

Contributors: Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library

University of Virginia Woodrow Wilson Photographs

US Signal Corps Photographs