Eleanor Wilson McAdoo Collection at University of California-Santa Barbara

Description

Personal papers, photos of Eleanor Wilson McAdoo, Woodrow Wilson’s youngest daughter

Publisher

Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library

Contributor

Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library

Format

2 boxes, 1 binder scanned documents, 142 pdfs, 33 jpgs

Language

English

Collection Items

Eleanor Wilson McAdoo Collection at University of California-Santa Barbara Finding Aid
personal papers, photos of Eleanor Wilson McAdoo, Woodrow Wilson’s youngest daughter

Service of Dedication<br /><br />
of Memorial Bay and Tomb of<br /><br />
Woodrow Wilson<br /><br />
President of the United States
Program for the dedication of Wilson's tomb at the National Cathedral on Veterans' Day one hundred years after his birth.

Invitation to Second Presidential Inauguration of Woodrow Wilson for Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
Invitation to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo from the US Senate for the second inauguration.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Edith Bolling Wilson
Margaret A. Wilson writes Edith Bolling Wilson to say there is not another bill from Mr. Zuro.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
Margaret A. Wilson writes Eleanor Wilson McAdoo with news from the Aurobindo ashram in India.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
Margaret A. Wilson writes Eleanor Wilson McAdoo with news from the Aurobindo ashram in India.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
Margaret A. Wilson writes Eleanor Wilson McAdoo with news from the Aurobindo ashram in India.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
Margaret A. Wilson writes Eleanor Wilson McAdoo with news from the Aurobindo ashram in India.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Woodrow Wilson
Margaret A. Wilson writes Woodrow Wilson to congratulate him on his Armistice Day speech, and to give him news of her professional life..

Jessie Woodrow Wilson Sayre to Margaret Woodrow Wilson
Jessie Wilson Sayre writes Margaret A. Wilson regarding a walk.

Jessie Woodrow Wilson Sayre to Margaret Woodrow Wilson
Jessie Wilson Sayre writes her sister with travel plans and family news.

Jessie Woodrow Wilson Sayre to Margaret Woodrow Wilson
Jessie Wilson Sayre writes Margaret A. Wilson to inform her of her travel plans.

Jessie Woodrow Wilson Sayre to Margaret Woodrow Wilson
Jessie Wilson Sayre writes Margaret A. Wilson with news from her trip to London.

Jessie Woodrow Wilson Sayre to Margaret Woodrow Wilson
Jessie Wilson Sayre writes Margaret A. Wilson with details of an upcoming visit to New York.

Jessie Woodrow Wilson Sayre to Margaret Woodrow Wilson
Jessie Wilson Sayre writes Margaret A. Wilson to inform her of her travel plans.

Jessie Woodrow Wilson Sayre to Margaret Woodrow Wilson
Jessie Wilson Sayre sends Margaret A. Wilson a thank you note.

Jessie Woodrow Wilson Sayre to Margaret Woodrow Wilson
Jessie Wilson Sayre writes Margaret A. Wilson to inform her of her travel plans.

Jessie Woodrow Wilson Sayre to Margaret Woodrow Wilson
Jessie Wilson Sayre tells her sister, Margaret A. Wilson, of her travel plans.

Jessie Woodrow Wilson Sayre to Margaret Woodrow Wilson
Jessie Wilson Sayre writes Margaret A. Wilson to give family news, and to express sympathy for her sister being robbed.

School of Public and International Affairs as a Memorial to Woodrow Wilson
The cover for the prospectus of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University.

Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo to Margaret Woodrow Wilson
Eleanor Wilson McAdoo writes Francis B. Sayre about Margaret A. Wilson's death.

Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo to Margaret Woodrow Wilson
Eleanor Wilson McAdoo writes Margaret A. Wilson with news from the United States.

Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo to Margaret Woodrow Wilson
Eleanor Wilson McAdoo writes Margaret A. Wilson, and expresses concern.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
Margaret A. Wilson writes Eleanor Wilson McAdoo with news from the Aurobindo ashram in India.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
Margaret A. Wilson writes her sister, Eleanor Wilson McAdoo, with news from the Aurobindo ashram in India.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
Margaret A. Wilson writes to Eleanor Wilson McAdoo with news from the Aurobindo ashram in India.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Francis B. Sayre Jr.
Margaret A. Wilson replies to a letter from Francis B. Sayre Jr., and explains her practice of Yoga.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Sri Aurobindo
Margaret A. Wilson writes Sri Aurobindo with spiritual questions.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
Margaret A. Wilson writes to Eleanor Wilson McAdoo regarding some capsules she sent her.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
Margaret A. Wilson writes Eleanor Wilson McAdoo with news from a colony of muscians, in Essex County, New York.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Francis B. Sayre Jr.
Margaret A. Wilson writes Francis B. Sayre with a request to have her passport extended for her upcoming trip to India.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Sri Aurobindo
Margaret A. Wilson writes to Sri Aurobindo to ask to become one of his disciples.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
Margaret A. Wilson writes Eleanor Wilson McAdoo with news from the Aurobindo ashram in India.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
Margaret A. Wilson writes Eleanor Wilson McAdoo with news from the Aurobindo ashram in India.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
Margaret A. Wilson writes Eleanor Wilson McAdoo with news from the Aurobindo ashram in India.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
Margaret A. Wilson writes Eleanor Wilson McAdoo with news from the Aurobindo ashram in India.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
Margaret A. Wilson writes Eleanor Wilson McAdoo with news from the Aurobindo ashram in India, and tells her that she has changed her name to Nistha.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
Margaret A. Wilson writes Eleanor Wilson McAdoo with news from the Aurobindo ashram in India.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
Margaret A. Wilson writes Eleanor Wilson McAdoo with news from the Aurobindo ashram.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
Margaret A. Wilson sends Eleanor Wilson McAdoo a telegram.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
Margaret A. Wilson writes Eleanor Wilson McAdoo with personal news, and with advice concerning her sister's book.

Charles Catlett to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
Charles Catlett writes Eleanor Wilson McAdoo a letter to inform her of the establishment of the Wilson birthplace, and to ask for family photographs.

Two Poems on Woodrow Wilson
Katharine Lee Bates writes two poems of tribute for Woodrow Wilson.

Jessie Woodrow Wilson Sayre to Margaret Woodrow Wilson
Jessie Wilson Sayre writes Margaret A. Wilson, with news of a trip to India.

Woodrow Wilson: An Interpretation
A sermon by Rabbi Louis I. Newman, in praise of Woodrow Wilson.

Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo to Margaret Woodrow Wilson
Eleanor Wilson McAdoo writes Margaret A. Wilson, and is quite angry at Edith Bolling Wilson's suggestion that Margaret change her name.

Jessie Woodrow Wilson Sayre to Margaret Woodrow Wilson
Jessie Wilson Sayre writes Eleanor Wilson McAdoo; they discuss Edith Bolling Wilson's political influence and personality.

[Caruthers?] Ewing to Margaret Woodrow Wilson
Caruthers Ewing writes Margaret A. Wilson a condolence letter after the death of her father.

Memorial Addres for Woodrow Wilson, Madison Ave. Presbyterian Church
A memorial address for Woodrow Wilson by David H. Miller, delivered at the Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church, 10 February 1924.

JO Davis to William G. McAdoo
J.O. Davis sends a condolence telegram to William G. McAdoo after Woodrow Wilson's death.

Royal A. Ferris to William G. McAdoo
Royal A. Farris send William G. McAdoo a condolence telegram upon learning of Woodrow Wilson's death.

Woodrow Wilson to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
Woodrow Wilson writes Eleanor Wilson McAdoo a thank you note for a box of fruit and nuts.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Woodrow Wilson
Margaret A. Wilson writes Woodrow Wilson regarding some money she had lent to a friend.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Woodrow Wilson
Margaret A. Wilson writes Woodrow Wilson to explain her plans to promote a prize fight.

Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo to Woodrow Wilson
Eleanor Wilson McAdoo writes Woodrow Wilson with news of her family in California.

Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo to Woodrow Wilson
Eleanor Wilson McAdoo writes Woodrow Wilson about her move to California.

John L. Irvin to William G. McAdoo
John L. Irvin writes William G. McAdoo regarding the latter's upcoming moving to Los Angeles, and the housing situtation in the area.

William Wilson to Margaret Elliott
William Wilson writes Margaret Axson Elliot a letter seeking to do business with the McAdoos.

Edward Elliott to William G. McAdoo
Edward Elliot sends William G. McAdoo a letter from William Wilson.

Herbert H. Brown to Wilson G. McAdoo
Herbert H. Brown congratulates William G. McAdoo on his move to California.

Democratic National Convention Ticket
A ticket for the fourth session of the 1920 Democratic National Convention.

Woodrow Wilson to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
Woodrow Wilson writes Eleanor Wilson McAdoo with family news upon his return from Europe.

Jessie Woodrow Wilson Sayre to Margaret Woodrow Wilson
Jessie Wilson Sayre writes Margaret A. Wilson with news of her pregnancy with Woodrow Wilson Sayre.

National Women&#039;s Liberty Loan Committee Nominates Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo as Chair
The National Woman's Liberty Loan Committee drafts a resolution making Eleanor Wilson McAdoo Chairman of the committee.

Woodrow Wilson to John J. Pershing
Woodrow Wilson writes John J. Pershing a letter of introduction for Stockton Axson.

Woodrow Wilson to Arthur Brisbane
Woodrow Wilson writes Arthur Brisbane to assure him that the Espionage Act will not apply to the President or any of his official acts.

Inauguration Ticket for Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
Ellen W. McAdoo's ticket to her father's second inaugural.

Ellen Axson Wilson Memorial Resolutions
A resolution of the Southern Presbyterian Church establishing the Ellen Axson Wilson Memorial Fund.

Ellen Wilson Memorial Prospectus for Endowment
A prospectus for endowment of the Ellen Wilson Memorial Fund.

Jessie Woodrow Wilson Sayre to Margaret Woodrow Wilson
Jessie Wilson Sayre writes Margaret A. Wilson with news of her first pregnancy, with Francis B. Sayre, Jr.

S. Seymour Thomas to Ellen Axson Wilson
S. Seymour Thomas writes Ellen Axson Wilson concerning a proposed portrait of Woodrow Wilson.

Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo to Margaret Woodrow Wilson
Eleanor Wilson McAdoo writes her sister with family and political news from the trip to Cornish, NH.

Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo to Margaret Woodrow Wilson
Eleanor Wilson McAdoo writes Margaret A. Wilson with family news from their summer trip to Cornish, NH.

Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo to Margaret Woodrow Wilson
Eleanor Wilson McAdoo writes Margaret Wilson with news from her trip to Mexico.

Ellen Axson Wilson to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
Ellen Axson Wilson writes Eleanor Wilson McAdoo, in Mexico, a letter with news of the family.

Jessie Woodrow Wilson Sayre to Margaret Woodrow Wilson
Jessie Wilson Sayre writes Margaret A. Wilson to apologize for not kissing her goodbye upon her sister's move.

Jessie Woodrow Wilson Sayre to Margaret Woodrow Wilson
Jessie Wilson Sayre writes Margaret A. Wilson to say she is pleased Margaret is coming to visit.

Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo to Margaret Woodrow Wilson
Eleanor Wilson McAdoo writes Margaret A. Wilson; mentions a move from Princeton to Sea Girt, NJ.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Woodrow Wilson
Margaret A. Wilson writes Woodrow Wilson in Bermuda with news from home.

Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo to Ellen Axson Wilson
Margaret A. Wilson writes Ellen Axson Wilson with news from Baltimore.

Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo to Ellen Axson Wilson
Eleanor Wilson McAdoo writes Ellen Axson Wilson a letter from her school, St. Mary's, in Raleigh.

Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo to Ellen Axson Wilson
Eleanor Wilson McAdoo writes Ellen Axson Wilson a letter from her school, St. Mary's, in Raleigh.

Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo to Ellen Axson Wilson
Eleanor Wilson McAdoo writes Ellen Axson Wilson a letter from her school, St. Mary's, in Raleigh.

Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo to Ellen Axson Wilson
Eleanor Wilson McAdoo writes Ellen Axson Wilson a letter from her school, St. Mary's, in Raleigh.

Woodrow Wilson to Ellen Axson Wilson
Woodrow Wilson sends Ellen Axson Wilson a telegram from England.

Ellen Axson Wilson to Woodrow Wilson
Ellen Axson Wilson writes Woodrow Wilson with news from her trip to Italy.

Ellen Axson Wilson to Woodrow Wilson
Ellen Axson Wilson sends Woodrow Wilson a telegram with news from her trip to Italy.

Ellen Axson Wilson to Woodrow Wilson
Ellen Axson Wilson writes Woodrow Wilson with news of her trip to Italy.

Ellen Axson Wilson to Woodrow Wilson
Ellen Axson Wilson writes Woodrow Wilson with news of her trip to Italy.

Ellen Axson Wilson to Woodrow Wilson
Ellen Axson Wilson writes Woodrow Wilson with news from her trip to Italy.

Ellen Axson Wilson to Woodrow Wilson
Ellen Axson Wilson sends Woodrow Wilson a telegram regarding her trip in Italy.

Ellen Axson Wilson to Woodrow Wilson
Ellen Axson Wilson sends Woodrow Wilson a telegram from Italy.

Ellen Axson Wilson to Woodrow Wilson
Ellen Axson Wilson sends Woodrow Wilson a telegram with news from her trip to Italy.

Ellen Axson Wilson to Woodrow Wilson
Ellen Wilson writes Woodrow Wilson with news from her trip to Italy.

Ellen Axson Wilson to Woodrow Wilson
Ellen Axson Wilson writes Woodrow Wilson from Rome with news of her trip to Italy.

Ellen Axson Wilson to Woodrow Wilson
Ellen Axson Wilson writes Woodrow Wilson with news from her trip to Italy.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Ellen Axson Wilson
Margaret Wilson writes her mother with news from a beach vacation.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Ellen Axson Wilson
Margaret Wilson writes her mother with news from a beach vacation.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Ellen Axson Wilson
Margaret Wilson writes her mother with news from a beach vacation.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Woodrow Wilson
Margaret Wilson writes her father with news from a beach vacation.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Ellen Axson Wilson
Margaret Wilson writes her mother with news from a beach vacation.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Woodrow Wilson
Margaret Wilson writes her father with news from a beach vacation.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Ellen Axson Wilson
Margaret Wilson writes her mother with news from a beach vacation.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Ellen Axson Wilson
Margaret Wilson writes her mother with news from a beach vacation.

Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo to Woodrow Wilson
Eleanor Wilson McAdoo writes her father with news from a beach vacation.

Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo to Ellen Axson Wilson
Eleanor Wilson McAdoo writes her mother with news about her trip to Lavallette.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Ellen Axson Wilson
Margaret Wilson writes her mother with news from home.

Woodrow Wilson to Mrs. John Lyon Gardiner
Woodrow Wilson writes the wife of John Lyon Gardiner to thank her for writing to his publisher, to correct a mis-statement in his book.

Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo to Ellen Axson Wilson
Eleanor Wilson McAdoo writes her mother in Boston with news of the family.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Woodrow Wilson
Margaret Wilson writes her father in Scotland with news of the family.

Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo to Woodrow Wilson
Eleanor Wilson McAdoo writes her father with news about the family.

Woodrow Wilson to Lucy Marshall Smith
Woodrow Wilson writes Lucy M. Smith with news of his family.

Margaret Woodrow Wilson to Woodrow Wilson
Margaret Wilson writes her father that she has three valentines and is making a calendar.

Anne Brooks sends her condolonces to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
Anne Brooks sends Eleanor Wilson McAdoo a condolence telegram on the death of her father.

Mr. and Mrs. C.T. Bray send their condolences to William G. McAdoo
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Bray send William G. McAdoo a condolence telegram after the death of Woodrow Wilson.

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Arthur send their condolences to William G. McAdoo
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Arthur send William G. McAdoo a condolence telegram on the death of Woodrow Wilson.

Goytia sends condolences to William G. McAdoo
Goytia sends a condolence telegram to William G. McAdoo after Woodrow Wilson's death.

Blossom Hoyt Griswold to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
Blossom Hoyt Griswold sends a condolence telegram to Eleanor Wilson McAdoo after her father's death.

W. Bruce Helm to William G. McAdoo
W. Bruce Helm sends William G. McAdoo a condolence telegram on the death of Woodrow Wilson.

Raphael Herman to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
Raphael Herman sends a telegram to Eleanor Wilson McAdoo saying that he found the children happy, and hopes that she will recover from her "unpleasant experiences."

Minerva Hamilton Hoyt to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
Minerva Hamilton Hoyt sends Eleanor Wilson McAdoo a condolence telegram after the death of her father.

Mario Diaz Irizar sends his condolences to William G. McAdoo
Mario Diaz Irizar sends William G. McAdoo a condolence telegram, on Woodrow Wilson's death, on behalf of the International Bureau for Trademark Protection of Havana.

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kaufman to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kaufman send a condolence telegram to Eleanor Wilson McAdoo after her father's death.

Blanche and Jimmie to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
Eleanor Wilson McAdoo receives a condolence telegram on her father's death.

William G. McAdoo to WG Rice
William G. McAdoo thanks W.G. Rice for a campaign contribution.

William G. McAdoo to the William Sulzer
William G. McAdoo writes a letter recommending E.W. Van C. Lucas for Adjutant General of the State of New York.

Chilean Ambassador to William G. McAdoo
The Chilean Ambassador sends William G. McAdoo a condolence telegram after the death of Woodrow Wilson.

O&#039;Brien to William G. McAdoo
O'Brien sends a condolence telegram to William G. McAdoo after the death of Woodrow Wilson.

Joseph S. Meyers to William G. McAdoo
Joseph S. Meyers offers support to William G. McAdoo, after the latter is attacked by "propaganda."

S. Mae Robinson to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
S. Mae Robinson sends a condolence telegram to Eleanor Wilson McAdoo after the death of her father.

Sun Yat-sen to William G. McAdoo
Dr. Sun Yat-sen sends a condolence telegram to William G. McAdoo after Woodrow Wilson's death.

Margeurite Short Tabb to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
Margeurite Short Tabb writes Eleanor Wilson McAdoo with condolences on her father's death.

Cora W. L. Trippet to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
Cora W. L. Trippet sends Eleanor Wilson McAdoo a condolence telegram following the death of her father, and to inform her that she attended a memorial service for him.

Anita Thetis Williams to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo
Anita Thetis Williams sends Eleanor Wilson McAdoo a condolence telegram on the death of her father.

Recommendation Letter from William G. McAdoo to Governor William Sulzer
William G. McAdoo writes Governor William Sulzer of New York, to recommend John Mitchell for New York Labor Commissioner.
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