World War I Letters

Creator

Woodrow Wilson

Identifier

MS10001

Date

1917-1918

Description

Letters from the White House to various individuals

Source

Library of Congress, Woodrow Wilson Papers, 1786-1957

Publisher

Library of Congress

Subject

World War, 1914-1918

Contributor

Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library

Format

3 file drawers of scanned copies, 1517 pdfs

Language

English

Collection Items

Edward N. Hurley to Woodrow Wilson
Chairman of the Shipping Board passes along a letter from Charles Day.

Telegram from Admiral Knight
Knight reports on developments at Lake Baikal and public sentiment toward Bolsheviks.

Telegram from Admiral Knight
Knight reports on developments at Lake Baikal.

Telegram from Admiral Knight
Report from Siberia on the Bolsheviks taking over Vladivostok.

Frank L. Polk to Woodrow Wilson
Polk sends along some telegrams from Admiral Knight.

Walter Hines Page to Woodrow Wilson
Page writes to President Wilson about his need to take medical leave.

Woodrow Wilson to JJ Jusserand
President Wilson writes to the French ambassador.

Charles R. Crane to Woodrow Wilson
Advice on how to handle Russia.

Weekly Summary No. 10
Secret report on the wartime strength of the United States.

Weekly Summary No. 9
Secret report on the wartime strength of the United States.

Tasker H. Bliss to Newton D. Baker
Report from the Supreme War Council on conditions on the frontlines.

Vice Admiral Sims to Woodrow Wilson
Sims writes to President Wilson about the situation of the Navy in Europe.

Rochelle S. Yarros to Helen Bones
Acquaintance writes to Helen Bones about Professor Lomonosoff.

Helen Bones to Woodrow Wilson
Helen Bones writes a short letter about a letter she received from Dr. Yarros.

John J. Pershing to Newton D. Baker
General Pershing reports on the strength of the allies.

Robert Lansing to Woodrow Wilson
Secretary of State reports to President Wilson on his conversation with allied diplomats.

Report of Shipbuilding Program as of July 9, 1918
Success of US in building ships for the war effort.

Edward N. Hurley to Woodrow Wilson
Letter to President Wilson from the chairman of the Shipping Board and Emergency Fleet Corporation

Memorandum of Conference with Japanese Ambassador Concerning a Siberian Program
Memo on the conference with Japan about the situation in Siberia.

Robert Lansing to Woodrow Wilson
Secretary of State sends along the memo from his conference with Japan on the situation in Siberia.

Woodrow Wilson to Fernande Gouret
President Wilson replies to gifts from a young French fan.

Vice Admiral Sims to Secretary of the Navy
Secret message relaying information about the German troops turning to the East.

Weekly Summary No. 5
Secret statistical report from the War Department.

Extracts from Letter of General Bliss
Letter from General Bliss describing events of the war.

Newton D. Baker to Woodrow Wilson
Baker passes along a letter from General Bliss to President Wilson.
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