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Portrait of WW grandmother from Wilson family album.

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Copy of plate of Capitol plan, from They Built the Capitol (1940, p. 182)

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Print of portrait of WW father from Wilson family album.

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Print of portrait of WW aunt, born in Steubenville, OH in 1820, from Wilson family album.

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Print of portrait of WW uncle, born in Steubenville, OH in 1820, from Wilson family album.

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Print of portrait of WW uncle, born in Steubenville, OH in 1820, from Wilson family album.

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Print of portrait of WW aunt, born in Steubenville, OH in 1824, from Wilson family album.

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Has a chair for the child to sit on, three wheels to act like a tricycle in a way, and the head of a horse attached to the front

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A biographical sketch of Woodrow Wilson’s sister, Annie Josephine Wilson Howe.

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Thomas Woodrow sends his daughter Jessie Woodrow Wilson information about family baptisms in Carlisle, England.

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1856 Democratic Presidential Candidate James Buchanan

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Print of portrait of WW uncle, born in 1809 in Philadelphia, PA, from Wilson family album.

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Print of portrait of WW uncle, born in Philadelphia, from Wilson family album.

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Photo taken by Moulton's Gallery in Salem, Massachusetts

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Print of portrait of WW father from Wilson family album.

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Copy of plate of Capitol plan, from They Built the Capitol (1940, p. 246-7)

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Copy of plate of Capitol plan, from They Built the Capitol (1940, p. 248-9)

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Joseph Wilson is Woodrow Wilson's father

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Wilson is shown with his hat in his hand

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List of members of the Jefferson Society for 1879-1880 and 1880-1881.

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Handwritten meeting minutes from the Jefferson Society at the University of Virginia.

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Handwritten meeting minutes from the Jefferson Society at the University of Virginia.

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Handwritten meeting minutes from the Jefferson Society at the University of Virginia.

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Handwritten meeting minutes from the Jefferson Society at the University of Virginia.

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Handwritten meeting minutes from the Jefferson Society at the University of Virginia.

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Handwritten meeting minutes from the Jefferson Society at the University of Virginia.

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Handwritten meeting minutes from the Jefferson Society at the University of Virginia.

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Handwritten meeting minutes from the Jefferson Society at the University of Virginia.

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Handwritten meeting minutes from the Jefferson Society at the University of Virginia.

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Handwritten meeting minutes from the Jefferson Society at the University of Virginia.

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Handwritten meeting minutes from the Jefferson Society at the University of Virginia.

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Handwritten meeting minutes from the Jefferson Society at the University of Virginia.

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Handwritten meeting minutes from the Jefferson Society at the University of Virginia. This excerpt notes the election of officers to the Jefferson Literary and Debating Society and Woodrow Wilson’s wish to introduce changes to its constitution.

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Handwritten meeting minutes from the Jefferson Society at the University of Virginia.

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Handwritten meeting minutes from the Jefferson Society at the University of Virginia.

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Handwritten meeting minutes from the Jefferson Society at the University of Virginia.

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Handwritten meeting minutes from the Jefferson Society at the University of Virginia.

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Handwritten meeting minutes from the Jefferson Society at the University of Virginia.

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Handwritten meeting minutes from the Jefferson Society at the University of Virginia.

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Handwritten meeting minutes from the Jefferson Society at the University of Virginia. Woodrow Wilson reports on changes and revisions being done on the society’s constitution.

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Handwritten meeting minutes from the Jefferson Society at the University of Virginia. The minutes note that the society adopted a new preamble and considered various other electoral changes.

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Handwritten meeting minutes from the Jefferson Society at the University of Virginia.

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Handwritten meeting minutes from the Jefferson Society at the University of Virginia.

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Print of portrait of WW father from Wilson family album.

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Woodrow Wilson writes his friend Richard Heath Dabney that he misses his friends at the University of Virginia Law School.

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Wodorow Wilson writes his friend Richard Heath Dabney about studying law at home.

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Woodrow Wilson asks his friend Richard Heath Dabney about debate competition at the University of Virginia.

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Wodorow Wilson asks his friend Richard Heath Dabney about debate contest results at the University of Virginia and talks about his social life.

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Woodrow Wilson discusses his studies and address to the Tariff Commission with his friend Richard Heath Dabney.

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Woodrow Wilson writes to his friend, Richard Heath Dabney, about his decision to leave the law and study history and political science at Johns Hopkins University.

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Woodrow Wilson with Johns Hopkins University Glee Club, 1883.

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Wilson is in the top row, 2nd from the left

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Woodrow Wilson tells his friend, Richard Heath Dabney, about his disappointment about graduate studies at Johns Hopkins University and his engagement to Ellen Louise Axson.

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Woodrow Wilson discusses the publication of Congressional Government and his acceptance of a teaching position at Bryn Mawr with his friend, Richard Heath Dabney.

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Woodrow Wilson describes his early married life and his feelings about his book, Congressional Government, to his friend Richard Heath Dabney.

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Isaac S.K. Axson encourages his grandson, Edward W. Axson, in his efforts to stop stammering.

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Woodrow Wilson asks his friend Richard Heath Dabney about a teaching position at Indiana University, writing plans and for his opinion on a plan for studying in Germany.

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Portrait of Rev. McFarland of the First Presbyterian Church, Staunton, VA wearing clerical collar.

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Picture of the Presbyterian Manse just after the Wilson family lived there. Building was destroyed by fire in the 1920s.

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Bryn Mawr faculty and students, 1886

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Woodrow Wilson recommends that his friend Richard Heath Dabney accept a teaching position at Bryn Mawr University.

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Woodrow Wilson congratulates his friend Richard Heath Dabney on his engagement and prospects for a teaching position in history at the University of Virginia.

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Woodrow Wilson compliments his friend Richard Heath Dabney’s aunt's book and offers him a teaching assistant position at Bryn Mawr University.

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Portrait of Porter A. McMaster and George Howe, son of Annie Wilson and son of Dr. George Howe.

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Woodrow Wilson discusses a possible job opening at Bryn Mawr University for his friend Richard Heath Dabney.

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Woodrow Wilson advises his friend Richard Heath Dabney on his teaching career.

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Woodrow Wilson expresses his sorrow over his mother’s death to his friend Richard Heath Dabney.

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Woodrow Wilson congratulates his friend Richard Heath Dabney on his upcoming wedding and thoughts on marriage.

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This document is a certificate for Edward D. Shoor. While the information contained in it is provided below, no effort has been made to retain the format of the original.

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Collage of the faculty members of Wesleyan University, including Woodrow Wilson, Caleb Thomas Winchester, John Monroz VanVleck.

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This program delineates the service commemorating the centennial of George Washington’s Inauguration.

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Woodrow Wilson sends Horace E. Scudder a copy of his address asking for his perspective.

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Woodrow Wilson sends his condolences to his friend Richard Heath Dabney on the death of his wife and child and comments on Dabney's appointment to teach history at the University of Virginia.

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Woodrow Wilson writes to Daniel Heath concerning a circular regarding the “State.” He also asks about book sales.

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Woodrow Wilson tells Daniel Heath that he intended that none of the Nation’s notice of “The State” be used rather than all of it.

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Woodrow Wilson thanks A.W. Hazen for a copy of "Elliot's Debates."

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Woodrow Wilson discusses his work at Princeton University and his writing plans with his friend Richard Heath Dabney.

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Family picture taken in Columbia, SC. Sitting left to right: Woodrow Wilson, Annie Josephine Wilson Howe, Annie Wilson Howe (infant), Joseph Ruggles Wilson, Kate Wilson Wilson, and Joseph Ruggles Wilson Jr. Second row: George Howe, Joseph Wilson…

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Born: May 28, 1875
Died: May 24, 1928

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Top row from left: Jen D. Wheat, Dr. Kennan, Elise [last name indiscernible]
Bottom row from left: Julia Bayard, Isabelle and Henry [last names indiscernible]

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

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Transcribed from back: "The Johnston Homestead at "Two Mile Mill" near Dromore, Ireland. Your grandfather Johnston's birthplace. Visited by me August 13th, 1895. Tho. D. Johnston."

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Transcribed from the back: "The William Mill called "Two Mile Mill" near Dromore, Ireland. Visited by me on August 13th, 1895. Tho. D. Johnston"

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Woodrow Wilson writes to John D. Adams about illustrations for his upcoming publication.

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Woodrow Wilson tells Henry Alden that Mr. Pyle is looking over a copy of his manuscript. He also thanks him for loaning him the Byrd from the Columbia College for two weeks.

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Woodrow Wilson acknowledges receipt of “The Barons of the Potomac and Rapahannock,” and thanks Henry Alden for sending it as it is proving significant in his research. He continues work on his second paper.

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Woodrow Wilson acknowledges receipt of payment for the first and second articles on George Washington for the Magazine from Henry Alden.

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Woodrow Wilson sends Henry Alden the third volume of his biography of George Washington.

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H. Hollis Hall, Harvard University; R.W. Sprague's room

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Margaret Axson Elliott writes to her niece, Jessie Wilson Sayre about Christmas.

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Girls are 1 year and 8 1/2 months and 4 years and 9 months

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Woodrow Wilson sends Ellen Axson Wilson a telegram from England.

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Photograph of the Old Princeton Bank and Trust

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Photo taken in Rutland, Vermont

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Woodrow Wilson thanks Hans CG von Jagemann for his compliments on his recent book.

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Edward W. Axson writes to his niece Jessie Wilson Sayre during summer vacation.

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

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Woodrow Wilson’s letter of recommendation for his friend, history professor, Richard Heath Dabney.

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Edward Axson sends birthday wishes to his neice Jessie Wilson Sayre, and he asks if she has learned to swim.

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Edward W. Axson writes to his niece Jessie Wilson Sayre about her schooling and a bicycle trip.

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Woodrow Wilson declines Charles D. Warner's request to write a biography of Parkman for the American Men of Letters series.

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Edward Axson is coming for Christmas and tells Jessie Wilson Sayre a story about Cousin May’s experiences with burglars.

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Harvest time in an unspecified area of America

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Edward Axson tells Jessie Wilson Sayre about Boston, MA.

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Edward W. Axson writes to his niece Jessie Wilson Sayre about his work with bacteria.

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

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

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Edward Axson tells Jessie Wilson Sayre about Oxford, England.

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Joseph Ruggles Wilson writes to his granddaughter Jessie Wilson Sayre relaying his love to her.

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Woodrow Wilson congratulates Richard Heath Dabney on his wedding.

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Eleanor Wilson McAdoo writes her mother in Boston with news of the family.

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Edward Axson tells his niece Jessie Wilson Sayre about his dog Prince.

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Notice that the Manse is still red brick in this photo

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Edward Axson writes to Margaret Wilson and Jessie Wilson Sayre about his work in Virginia and his dog Prince.

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Edward Axson writes to Jessie Wilson Sayre about his work and dog, Prince.

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Edward Axson wishes Jessie Wilson Sayre a happy birthday and asks about her travel plans for the summer.

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Portrait of Woodrow Wilson

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Edward Axson describes Mannie, Tennessee, where he has been staying, including the views of the iron furnace and the racial division of the neighborhoods.

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Ellen Axson Wilson writes to her husband, Woodrow Wilson, while he is away from home.

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Ellen Axson Wilson writes to her husband, Woodrow Wilson, while he is away from home.

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Woodrow Wilson answers David E. Friend’s letter recommending various sources for reference and research.

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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.

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Edward Axson is glad that Jessie Wilson Sayre has grown to love his wife Florence and looks forward to have her come and visit them in Mannie, TN.

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Ellen Axson Wilson writes to her husband, Woodrow Wilson.

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Margaret Wilson writes to Jessie Wilson Sayre about her music and various social interactions while Jessie has been away.

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Ellen Axson Wilson writes to her husband, Woodrow Wilson.

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Eleanor Wilson McAdoo writes Jessie Wilson Sayre with news of some parties, and to wish Jessie well after her operation.

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Edward Axson is glad the Jessie Wilson Sayre’s surgery went well, and he wishes her a quick recovery and says he is disappointed she and her mother won’t be able to be at the wedding.

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Margaret Wilson writes her mother with news from home.

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Ellen Axson Wilson writes to her husband, Woodrow Wilson.

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Ellen Axson Wilson writes to her husband, Woodrow Wilson.

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Ellen Axson Wilson writes to her husband, Woodrow Wilson.

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Ellen Axson Wilson writes to her husband, Woodrow Wilson.

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Ellen Axson Wilson writes to her husband, Woodrow Wilson.

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Eleanor Wilson McAdoo writes to Jessie Wilson Sayre to say she is glad Jessie is coming home, and to give social news.

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Stockton Axson tells Jessie Wilson Sayre about Edward Axson’s wedding and wishes her a good recovery from surgery.

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Margaret Wilson tells her sister about a costume party she had with her friends and the wedding of their Uncle Edward.

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Ellen Axson Wilson writes to her husband, Woodrow Wilson.

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Ellen Axson Wilson writes to her husband, Woodrow Wilson.

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

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

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Edward Axson describes his home with his wife to Jessie Wilson Sayre and says that she and the family must come visit.

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Photograph taken from a book. Features the upper corridor entrance to the president's private office. Several African American "doorkeepers" can be seen in the photo.

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Photo of men surrounding a pierce arrow outside of the White House.

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Photo of a Pierce Arrow exiting the White House.

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Photo of a Pierce Arrow exiting the White House.

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Diagram of the floor of the House of Representatives, from Thirty Years in Washington (1901, p. 111)

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Diagram of the floor of the Senate, from Thirty Years in Washington (1901, p. 114)

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Edward Axson writes to his nieces, thanking them for the Christmas presents, tells them how he and his wife spent the day, and asked them to write to him.

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Ellen Axson Wilson writes to her husband, Woodrow Wilson.

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Ellen Axson Wilson writes to her husband, Woodrow Wilson, during a trip with her daughters to Massachusetts.

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Ellen Axson Wilson writes to her husband, Woodrow Wilson, during a trip with her daughters to Massachusetts.

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Ellen Axson Wilson writes to her husband, Woodrow Wilson, during a trip with her daughters to Massachusetts.

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Margaret Wilson writes her mother with news from a beach vacation.

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Ellen Axson Wilson writes to her husband, Woodrow Wilson, during a trip with her daughters to Massachusetts.

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Ellen Axson Wilson writes to her husband, Woodrow Wilson, during a trip with her daughters to Massachusetts.

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Ellen Axson Wilson writes to her husband, Woodrow Wilson, during a trip with her daughters to Massachusetts.

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Ellen Axson Wilson writes to her husband, Woodrow Wilson, during a trip with her daughters to Massachusetts.

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Margaret Wilson writes to Jessie Wilson Sayre telling her about attempts to visit a dentist in Philadelphia.

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Ellen Axson Wilson writes to her husband, Woodrow Wilson, during a trip with her daughters to Massachusetts.

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Ellen Axson Wilson writes to her husband, Woodrow Wilson, during a trip with her daughters to Massachusetts.

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Ellen Axson Wilson writes to her husband, Woodrow Wilson, during a trip with her daughters to Massachusetts.

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Ellen Axson Wilson writes to her husband, Woodrow Wilson, during a trip with her daughters to Massachusetts.

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Ellen Axson Wilson writes to her husband, Woodrow Wilson, during a trip with her daughters to Massachusetts.

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Margaret Wilson writes her mother with news from a beach vacation.

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Ellen Axson Wilson writes to her husband, Woodrow Wilson, during a trip with her daughters to Massachusetts.

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

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Ellen Axson Wilson writes to her husband, Woodrow Wilson, while he is away from home.

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Ellen Axson Wilson writes to her husband, Woodrow Wilson, while he is away from home.
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