James W. Kisling Collection

Creator

Marilyn Schein Herbert

Identifier

MS10006

Date

1899-1917

Description

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

Publisher

Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library

Subject

Teaching
Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Berlin, Germany
World War I
Kaiser Wilhelm

Contributor

Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library

Format

1 box (1 linear foot)

Language

English

Collection Items

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

James Wellington Kisling to Woodrow Wilson
James W. Kisling writes to President Woodrow Wilson about his neutrality position.

James Wellington Kisling to Woodrow Wilson
James W. Kisling writes to President Woodrow Wilson about his neutrality position.

James Wellington Kisling
James W. Kisling describes the inauguration of Woodrow Wilson as president of the United States.

Ex-President Grover Cleveland Dies at Princeton
James W. Kisling describes his feelings about the death of ex-president Grover Cleveland at Princeton.

Economic Conditions under Theodore Roosevelt
James W. Kisling describes his experience of economic conditions under the Republican administration of Theodore Roosevelt.
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