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The Peace Conference in session for its fourth plenary sitting - three months after the first one, when President Poincare formally opened the proceedings of the Conference in Paris. The Conference met in full session at the Quai d'Orsay to hear the…

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Room where the Austrian delegates will receive the peace terms. The Chateau of Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France.

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The meeting room of the Allied peace delegates, Trianon Palace Hotel, at Versailles, France.

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M. Clemenceau, President of the Allied Peace Delegation, addressing the Austrian delegates at the time peace terms were presented to the Austrians at Saint-Germain-en-Laye. Time 12:25.

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Dr. Renner, State Chancellor of Austria and head of the Austrian Peace Delegation, who alone will be empowered to negotiate and sign the Treaty.

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Representatives of Arab Kingdoms at Versailles Peace Conference

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Wife of a good friend tells President Wilson about her friend who lost a son in the war.

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List of passengers in President Wilson's party going to France.

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Democratic politician argues that President Wilson should not go to France.

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Pass on to Colonel House the message that President Wilson will not be able to go to England before going to France.

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Supreme Court Justice advises President Wilson to pay no attention to the opposition.

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President Wilson's shorthand transcription of cable about when to go to France from Colonel House as translated by Ray Stannard Baker.

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Informal discussions at a political dinner seem to indicate that the people support President Wilson in going to France.

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French procedures for previous peace conferences.

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President Wilson cannot go ahead with the advice from Senator Randall.

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Senator Randall recommends that President Wilson include President Roosevelt in the Paris Peace Conference.

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President Wilson needs Senator Pittman to stay in place working in the Senate.

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Senator Pittman asks if he would be more valuable at home or in Paris.

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Coded message about who should go to the Paris Peace Conference.

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Austrian Peace Delegation, headed by Dr. Renner, State Chancellor arriving at Saint-Germain, France, May 14, 1919.

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Transcribed from back: "Miss Edith Benham, secretary to Mrs. Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, Nicholas P. Schindler, Chief Yeoman, U.S.N, stenographer, and Francis A. Kennedy, Yeoman 1st class, U.S.N., stenographer to Miss Benham. Picture taken in the White…

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The American delegation

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Signatures from the Versailles Peace Treaty

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Signatures from the Versailles Peace Treaty

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Signatures from the Versailles Peace Treaty

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Signatures from the Versailles Peace Treaty

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Signatures from the Versailles Peace Treaty

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Signatures from the Versailles Peace Treaty

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More signatures from the Versailles Peace Treaty

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Close up scan of the signatures from the Versailles Peace Treaty

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The Council of Four at the Paris Peace Conference, known as the Big Four

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Mrs. George Bass writes to President Wilson that she does not wish to go with him to the Paris Peace Conference.

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President Wilson thinks it might be too late to add women delegates to the US group attending the Paris Peace Commission.

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Mrs. George Bass of the Democratic National Committee advises President Wilson on how to pick women for the Paris Peace Commission.

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President Wilson decides to go with the original plan of landing at Brest.

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Short note, probably to the Secretary of State, from President Wilson about his concerns that the French and British governments will steal his thunder.

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President Wilson writes to the Secretary of War that they will have to take the Italian ambassador to Paris.

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Italian ambassador wants to ride on the ship with President Wilson.

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President Wilson does not want to follow Bullitt's advice.

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President Wilson rejects the advice to bring President Taft to Paris with him.

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Baker tells President Wilson that Josephus Daniels warns that the trip to France should stick to its original destination port of Brest.

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Daniels advises that President Wilson takes a Republican along on the trip to Paris.

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President Wilson tells House about his announcement of his trip to France.

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Legal ruling on the constitutionality of President Wilson going to France to take part in the Peace Conference.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family, mentions watching the Austrians sign the Peace Treaty and seeing Clemenceau.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family, mentions signing of the Peace Treaty.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family, mentions signing of the Peace Treaty.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Typewritten flyer about the Associated Press.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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Frank Cobb warns Colonel House about British efforts to retard the peace process.

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Editor's view on the importance of the economic situation in Britain.

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The Salle de L'Horloge, Paris Peace Conference, 1919.

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Photo of conference room from the Versailles Peace Conference.

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Illustration from the London News. "Without Reservation": German signatures on the treaty.

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Photo of Johann Giesberts, German minister of posts and delegate to the Paris Peace Conference

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Photo of Johannes Bell and Hermann Muller, German signatories of the Paris peace treaty

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Photo of the German delegates to the Paris Peace Conference. L to R: Lerr Leinert, Dr. Carl Melchier, Herr Giesborts, Count Brukdorff-Rantzeau, Dr. Landberg, Prof. Schnicking

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Polish postcard depicting President Wilson and Paderewski discussing the fate of Poland.
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