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  • Subject is exactly "Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924"

WWPL Pamphlet Collection Finding Aid.pdf
Pamphlets, newspaper articles, journals, and magazines on Woodrow Wilson and the Birthplace Foundation.

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Lewis Strauss sends Charles Swem a letter from Herbert Hoover for Woodrow Wilson, asking him to put it before the President as soon as possible.

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Tumulty tells Herbert Hoover that he was not able to arrange a meeting with President Wilson, owing to his poor health and need for rest.

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Herbert Hoover asks to meet with President Wilson for five minutes.

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Joseph Tumulty agrees to bring the prepared note from Herbert Hoover to Woodrow Wilson’s attention as early as possible.

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Herbert Hoover asks Tumulty to bring the prepared note to the President’s attention.

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Joseph Tumulty notifies Herbert Hoover of his scheduled appointment with the President on January 31, 1917.

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Herbert Hoover confirms his travel plans to Washington with Joseph Tumulty with plans to meet President Wilson on January 30, 1917.

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Torn piece of paper that was apparently glued to something as a label. Found with portrait WWPL2841. Quote from the 1917 April 2 war message to Congress.

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Photograph of the birthplace with the Pierce Arrow in front. Inset portrait of President Wilson.

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Color postcard showing rear view of the manse with inset portrait of Woodrow Wilson.

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Item is very fragile

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Photograph is signed by Woodrow Wilson, Cary T. Grayson, and Joseph P. Tumulty

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Woodrow Wilson and Edith Bolling Wilson looking at a letter to be auctioned off to benefit the Red Cross in New York City

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Location and photographer unknown; photocopy of the original

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Woodrow Wilson stops on his daily drive to purchase Tuberculosis Seals from Sylvia Suter, a little Health Crusader

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Wilson addressing a crowd of workers with his "New Freedom" message in Clarksburg, West Virginia

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Eight images from a printed collection of pictures marking Wilson's visit to Staunton.

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Front row (left to right): Col. Frewen, Mrs. Frewen, Sam Clemens [Mark Twain], Mrs. Haines
Back row (left to right): Major Haines, Mrs. Hulbert, Woodrow Wilson

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Woodrow Wilson in a fur coat shaking hands with two young boys while Dr Grayson, in naval hat, and Mrs. Wilson look on

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President and Mrs. Wilson walking in an unspecified location during their 1919 trip west

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Woodrow Wilson and wife Edith during their 1919 trip west

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The German people approve of the armistice.

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Support for national banks contributing to the United War Work Campaign.

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British government agrees with President Wilson's fourteen points but want to propose changes.

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President and Mrs. Wilson during their 1919 trip west

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President and Mrs. Wilson during their 1919 trip west

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The Wilsons during their 1919 trip west

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Wilson in the first car of his procession through an unidentified city during his 1919 trip west

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Numbered cars of Wilson's procession in an unidentified city during his 1919 trip west

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A crowd awaits Wilson's appearance in an unidentified city during his 1919 trip west

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Wilson, center, and Dr. Cary T. Grayson, behind in Naval hat during Wilson's 1919 trip west

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Wilson's procession through an unidentified city during his 1919 trip west

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Wilson, in lead car, parading through Salt Lake City, Utah, on his 1919 trip west

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Wilson's motorcade through Ogden, Utah, during his 1919 trip west

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President and Mrs. Wilson holding roses on the back of a train during their 1919 trip west

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President and Mrs. Wilson during their 1919 trip west

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Wilson speaking at a Greek Theater in Berkeley, California, during his 1919 trip west

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The Wilsons during their 1919 trip west

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Wilson in his parade car with three surrounding members of his security detail

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President and Mrs. Wilson in a receiving line in Los Angeles, California, during his 1919 trip west

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Wilson, in car, with security on both sides during his 1919 trip west

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Wilson speaking to an audience at the Spokane stadium in Spokane, Washington during his 1919 trip west

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President and Mrs. Wilson in a receiving line in Los Angeles, California, during his 1919 trip west

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Wilson speaking to a large audience at a Greek Theater in Berkeley, California

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Wilson climbing a deck ladder during his 1919 trip west in Seattle, Washington. Transcribed from the back: "Seattle - review of fleet".

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Wilson's soldier lined parade route through St. Paul, Minnesota, to the State Capital building during his 1919 trip west

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Wilson shaking the hand of a woman after receiving flowers during his 1919 trip west

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Wilson, in car, with security during a parade during his 1919 trip west

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Wilson interacting during his 1919 trip west

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Wilson, Edith, and their traveling party returning to their train amidst a large crowd

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Wilson speaking to crowd during his 1919 trip west

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Edith Wilson, right, holding a large bouquet of flowers

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Woodrow Wilson in center, Dr. Cary T. Grayson at base of train steps in Navy uniform

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Wilson and Edith riding through a parade during their 1919 trip west

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Wilson with his traveling group at the end of the train, his party including Dr. Cary T. Grayson

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President and Mrs. Wilson in a receiving line in Los Angeles, California, during his 1919 trip west

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President and Mrs. Wilson during their 1919 trip west, both in back of car

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Wilson addressing a stadium crowd in Los Angeles, California, during his trip west

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Wilson, in car, surrounded by stadium full of people during his 1919 trip west

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Service was held in the chamber room of the House of Representatives

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Located in Main Station (formerly Wilson Station) in Prague

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Taxi driver at Main Station in Prague standing next to the . Woodrow Wilson Memorial plaque

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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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Gave a brief highlights of what the president would be doing on the day of his homecoming

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Invites citizens to welcome Woodrow Wilson on December 28th, 1912 to is birthplace

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Pictured is Woodrow Wilson, Edith Wilson, and his party

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Wilson on the left looking back at the photographer

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Wilson is descending the stairway to meet saluting naval men

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Wilson's December 28, 1912, Staunton visit makes the front page of the Rockingham Daily Record in Harrisonburg, VA.

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Woodrow Wilson with his believed to be secret service sometime during his first term as president.

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Woodrow Wilson with his son-in-law, Francis Bowes Sayre, and his grandchild, Francis Jr.

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Dates go from September 8th to 19th, 1919

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Pictured is President Taft and President-Elect Wilson on their way to the Capitol

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Offered the New York City voters a summary of the democratic platform of the time

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Woodrow Wilson and Edith Bolling Galt Wilson at a ball game during his 2nd term as president

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Original portrait done in 1921; photograph postcard copyrighted 1988 via the National Portrait Gallery

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Woodrow Wilson and Georges Clemenceau at the Versailles Peace Conference in 1919

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Transcribed from the back: "Robert Lansing is 2nd from left in front row wearing striped suit - dark tie".

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Woodrow Wilson addressing the public in Berkeley, California on a speaking tour

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Woodrow Wilson casting ballot in the 1912 election

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A photo of Wilson on his 67th birthday in a Rolls Royce gifted to him by anonymous friends and admirers.

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President Wilson, Mrs. Wilson, and the King and Queen, entering what was once known as the world's finest library. Destroyed by Germans.

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President Wilson and King Albert at Adinkerk, Belgium, at the time of President Wilson's visit to Belgium

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Two photos mounted on card stock by the Keystone View Company, text on reverse side detailing Wilson's visit

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Stark, straight portrait of President Wilson.

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On right: Woodrow Wilson

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Wilson with King Albert and Queen Elizabeth on Belgian battlefield

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President-elect Woodrow Wilson waves to a homecoming crowd in front of his birthplace in Staunton Virginia (the first Presbyterian House) on his 56th birthday, December 28, 1912.

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Robert N Harper on Woodrow Wilson's right

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Woodrow Wilson with governor during a Staunton visit

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During his visit to Staunton

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Portrait of President Wilson seated.

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Family portrait on the porch. Probably at Sea Girt.

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Wilson's chauffeur, George Howard, on left

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Woodrow Wilson at Mary Baldwin College during his December 1912 Staunton visit.

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Woodrow Wilson's Staunton visit; the president arriving at Mary Baldwin College.

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Wilson residence, Columbia, South Carolina.

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U.S. Cavalry in Parade

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Parlor. Bibles on the center of the table were given by Rev. Wilson to Mrs. Wilson.

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Dining Room. Sideboard on the right was a family piece.

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Bed in which Woodrow Wilson was born in

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Study used by Rev. Wilson and desk used by Woodrow Wilson while he was the governor of New Jersey

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Arrives at C and O Station

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Woodrow Wilson holding a newborn child

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The recorder of Dover, England (at the left of the picture), reading a brief address of welcome to President Wilson on the President's right is the Mayor of Dover, with other members of the town corporation

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Woodrow Wilson addressing Congress, Tariff Reform, April 8, 1913

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President and Mrs. Wilson in Washington, DC leaving D.A.R. Memorial Continental Hall after he had given an address there welcoming D.A.R. to Washington.

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French crowds in Paris proclaim "Long live, Wilson".
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