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Postcard depicting the image of the "Beaulieu" house in Pass Christian, Mississippi, where Woodrow Wilson stayed for several weeks in the winter of 1913-1914 during his presidency.

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One additional copy

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A variation of Flagg's original propaganda poster supporting war efforts.

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Additional smaller copy and film negative

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Woman standing next to a sign that says that 20,000,000 American woman are not self governed

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The Transport "Mount Vernon in dry-dock at Brest being repaired.

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Letter to the Editor answering the letter of Alma Whitaker regarding the south.

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Cartoon depicting the tariff issue during the 1912 campaign

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Two additional copies; three film negatives

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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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Picture of 19,000 Officers and Men at Camp Lee, VA in the shape of Uncle Sam

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Cartoon depicting Woodrow Wilson teaching a lesson to Latin American leaders

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Woodrow Wilson appeals to offer aid in wake of the terrible floods in Indiana and Ohio.

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Caruthers Ewing writes Margaret A. Wilson a condolence letter after the death of her father.

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Woodrow Wilson writes the first draft of his statement regarding relations in Latin America.

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Edgar Rickard and Theodore F. Whitmarsh tell Herbert Hoover about the difficulties in shipping the needed tonnage of supplies to Europe.

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Edgar Rickard and Theodore F. Whitmarsh tell Herbert Hoover about the difficulties in shipping the needed tonnage of supplies to Europe.

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Gladys Newman sends plans and specificaiton to the Architect’s Small House Service Bureau on behalf of Alice Gordon Grayson.

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This letter acknowledges a refund for plans 6-A-91 and 5-D-31.

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Wilson gives a speech defending his plan for the League of Nations.

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Same couple depicted in item WWPL2832

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Same couple depicted in item WWPL2825

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Panorama of the 1st Brigade at Mt.Gretna , PA

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Washington Post article reporting on number of lynchings in U.S.

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Details how promotions and assignments will be made in the Navy Medical Corps.

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A bank document of measurements for Benjamin Strong Jr.

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A car on the street, with a crowd.

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A carriage, most likely in Paris.

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Richard Dabney writes that the war must be fought to the finish, not to a peace without victory, but to a peace that truly makes the world safer and ends Prussianism and its despotism.

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A flotilla of ships, probably from the Paris Peace Conference.

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A French almanac for 1919.

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A crowd scene in London, probably in December of 1918.

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A crowd scene in London during the Paris Peace Conference.

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A memorandum on conditions in Mexico by Fransisco Escudero.

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Report on the conditions in the Philippines.

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Portrait of a Captain on the USS Mt. Vernon

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An article on President Wilson’s popularity in Europe.

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An anonymous writer complains that African-American women use the same washstands, toilets, and lunch rooms as white women at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.

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An editorial on a potential coal miner’s strike.

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Woodrow Wilson makes a proclamation about licensing bakers in order to conserve ingredients.

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This obituary gives a brief account of Edwin Watson’s life and career as a military aide to FDR.

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A report on German gold due to be sold to the American government.

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A poem mocking German Kaiser Wilhelm II.

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A photograph of a soldier manning a cannon.

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Woodrow Wilson writes the first draft of his statement regarding relations in Latin America.

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A letter of admiration from Wilson to Long because himself and his four sons joined the army

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Requested report on what America has been doing to support the war effort.

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Letter expressing regret that "W.M. Trotter and his Committee proved to be unqualified for the mission they sought to perform."

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A. Linderskold offers to show Cary T. Grayson what massage treatments could do for President Woodrow Wilson.

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Accounting of enemy property after the war needs to include patents.

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Letter informing Reese there are no African-American employees in the USDA Division of Accounts and Disbursements.

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Successfully built wooden ships should be put in their own unit after war.

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Abram Halsey thanks Woodrow Wilson for briefly attending the dinner thrown in his honor by the class Princeton class of 1879.

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Acting Secretary to Judge Edward Osgood Brown acknowledging the receipt of his letter and confirming that there is no segregation policy in effect at the Department.

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Peacock Alley, Trianon Palace Hotel, Versailles, leading to the room where the preliminary peace treaty ceremony will take place.

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Letter on Texas & Pacific Railway Company letterhead commending Wilson for his response to the Trotter incident.

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Adam E. Patterson writes to Woodrow Wilson asking that his name be withdrawn as the nomination for Register of the Treasury.

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Additional material that was interleaved in the Koger scrapbook. Many of these are newspaper clippings from New York City newspapers.

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Woodrow Wilson delivers a speech at Carnegie Hall regarding Russia’s treatment of Jewish people living in that country.

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Woodrow Wilson addresses Swarthmore College about the purpose of college and what it truly means to be a graduate.

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Woodrow Wilson speaks on the 50th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg noting the peace and healing that has taken place since that day.

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Woodrow Wilson speaks at the rededication of Congress Hall in Phildelphia.

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Woodrow Wilson addresses the Southern Commercial Congress about what the opening of the Panama Canal will mean for trade in the Southern States.

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Woodrow Wilson delivers a Memorial Day address at Arlington Cemetery.

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Woodrow Wilson speaks at the dedication of the monument to Commodore John Barry in Washington, DC.

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Woodrow Wilson addresses the American Medical Association in Atlantic City.

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Woodrow Wilson address a group of students from the Columbia School.

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Woodrow Wilson addresses the joint houses of Congress.

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Woodrow Wilson addresses Congress on the importance of giving the business and banking world of America reform that will set them free.

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Woodrow Wilson addresses Congress about the need to aid Mexico in light of its recent unrest and the changes to that region once the Panama Canal is completed.

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Woodrow Wilson delivers his first State of the Union address before the joint houses of Congress.

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Woodrow Wilson delivers the State of the Union Address on December 7, 1915.
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