Edith Bolling Wilson Letters

Title

Edith Bolling Wilson Letters

Creator

Edith Bolling Wilson

Identifier

MS10009

Date

1915-1918

Description

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

Source

Edith Bolling Wilson Collection, Library of Congress, Washington, DC

Subject

Paris Peace Conference (1919-1920)
Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924

Language

English

Collection Items

Edith Bolling Wilson to Sallie White Bolling
First Lady describes departure for France.

Edith Bolling Wilson to Mrs. Warren
Edith Bolling Wilson declines to make a donation due to her personal financial contraints.

Edith Bolling Wilson to Woodrow Wilson
Edith Bolling Wilson writes to Woodrow Wilson expressing her love and pleasure at his note to her while she is away. She mentions travel intinerary with Helen Bones.

Edith Bolling Wilson to Woodrow Wilson
Edith Bolling Wilson tells Woodrow Wilson of her travels from Philadelphia to Princeton where she viewed a portrait of him that did not seem life like at all. She also tells a humor story about a telephone operater reading a message for her from theā€¦

Edith Bolling Wilson to Woodrow Wilson
Edith Bolling Wilson writes to Woodrow Wilson declaring her gladness that she will be travelling to see him soon.

Edith Bolling Wilson to Woodrow Wilson
Edith Bolling Wilson writes to Woodrow Wilson expressing her love and joy at his reassurance and comfort in the face of the great heaviness she has felt recently.

Edith Bolling Wilson to Woodrow Wilson
Edith Bolling Wilson writes to Woodrow Wilson telling him how she loves to have him include her in his work.

Edith Bolling Wilson to Woodrow Wilson
Edith Bolling Wilson thanks Woodrow Wilson for books he gave her that he had given to his father. She notes his inscription.

Edith Bolling Wilson to Woodrow Wilson
Edith Bolling Wilson writes to Woodrow Wilson while he is traveling to say again that she loves him.

Edith Bolling Wilson to Woodrow Wilson
Edith Bolling Wilson writes to Woodrow Wilson thanking him for the roses he sent to her, telling him she wears them so she can be reminded of his love for her while he is travelling.

Edith Bolling Wilson to Annie L. Bolling
Edith Bolling Wilson writes to Annie Bolling about traveling with Woodrow Wilson on the presidential yacht Mayflower. She mentions that Wilson is sitting beside her writing a code message.
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