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Albert I of Belgium writes Woodrow Wilson to thank the United States for the generosity shown to the Army and the people of Belgium.

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William G. McAdoo sends a statement to the press defending the Wilson Administration's actions during the Paris Peace Conference.

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Woodrow Wilson grants an official commutation of sentence to Isaac Sorin, convicted of possession of goods stolen from interstate shipments.

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Woodrow Wilson grants an officicial commutation of sentence to William J. Dodge, convicted of violating the Espionage Act.

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Woodrow Wilson grants an officicial commutation of sentence to Richard E. Polen, convicted of assault with a dangerous weapon in the District of Columbia.

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Woodrow Wilson grants Charles Manfri an official commutation of sentence.

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A notebook, probably once belonging to George E. Foster, that contains the autographs of the delegates to the Paris Peace Conference.

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Woodrow Wilson grants an officicial commutation of sentence to Fernando R. Ludicke, convicted of violating the Espionage Act.

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Woodrow Wilson grants an officicial commutation of sentence to Otto B. Reichelt, convicted of violating the Espionage Act.

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Handwritten notes on a speech given by Calvin Coolidge on the end of World War I and the "German idea."

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Woodrow Wilson writes Helen H. Gardener to show his distress at her hospitalization and inability to work; he also offers the possibility of his assistance in the future.

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Woodrow Wilson replies to a letter from Albert I of Belgium, in which the King thanked the President for American military and material assistance.

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Woodrow Wilson writes to Harvey D. Gibson to inform him that he has been chosen as a member of the International War Finance Committee.

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Woodrow Wilson writes William J Hampton and expresses his love for his mother.

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Certificate of life membership in the Red Cross of E.R. Archer.

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Woodrow Wilson's statement on reading the Bible to the Scripture Gift Society.

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Philip R. Ward is appointed Lieutenant-Colonel in the Coast Artillery Corps.

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Woodrow Wilson grants a full pardon to John Burton, convicted of grand larceny.

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Woodrow Wilson writes Carrie Chapman Catt to congratulate her on the passage of a bill extending women's suffrage in North Dakota.

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The signed certificate of appointment of John J. Pershing as major general in the U.S. Army.

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Woodrow Wilson writes Bella Shope to thank her for her encouraging words following Wilson's re-election as President.

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Woodrow Wilson addresses Congress about the issue of railroad employees striking while demanding the institution of an eight-hour work day.

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Woodrow Wilson writes Justice Mahlon Pitney and his wife to thank them for a Kirk pitcher, a wedding present.

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Woodrow Wilson writes R. Fulton Cutting to ask him to serve on the Commission for Relief in Belgium.

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