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Woodrow Wilson thanks Mrs. Christian S. Baker for her letter about his parents’ time in Staunton, Virginia.

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Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Wilson extend an invitation to Mr. and Mrs. N.O. Vruland to come to the White House for a luncheon.

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This envelope for the 1913 Presidential Inauguration is addressed to N.O. Vruland.

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Woodrow Wilson thanks A.M. Fraser for his message.

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Woodrow Wilson thanks A.M. Fraser for the pleasurable visit he and Mrs. Wilson enjoyed in Staunton.

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Woodrow Wilson tells his brother that he cannot intervene in the case of Mrs. Summers.

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Woodrow Wilson writes to tell his brother he won’t be able to come to Catonsville as he cannot be away from a library at present.

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Woodrow Wilson sends his brother a revised letter that he would rather have sent to Mr. Cates.

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Woodrow Wilson tells his brother that the government is on the job in keeping the nation information about the war.

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Woodrow Wilson tells his brother to have Kate and Alice come to lunch at Shadow Lawn and to join them if he can.

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Woodrow Wilson welcomes his brother and family to a visit at Shadow Lawn, telling him that Nell will be there with her baby.

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Woodrow Wilson tells his brother that he has received his letter concerning T. Leigh Thompson and will take his name in consideration when choosing.

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Woodrow Wilson tells his brother Joseph R. Wilson Jr. that he enjoyed his family’s visit.

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Woodrow Wilson looks forward to his brother, Joseph R. Wilson Jr.’s visit.

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Woodrow Wilson thanks Hampton Wayt for sending him birthday greetings from Staunton, Virginia.

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Woodrow Wilson thanks Martin Wayt for sending Mr. Laird’s telegram and tells him that he and Mrs. Wilson enjoyed their ideal visit in Staunton.

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Woodrow Wilson confirms that he plans to visit Staunton, Virginia on his birthday, December 28th, and asks Mr. Wayt to tell Mr. Cochran.

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Woodrow Wilson thanks William C. Redfield for his comments on the Telephone and Telegraph settlement and sends happy Christmas wishes to him and Mrs. Redfield.

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Woodrow Wilson thanks William C. Redfield for his letter.

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Woodrow Wilson thanks the National Red Cross for the flowers they had sent along with a message.

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Woodrow Wilson thanks the Colonial Dames of American in the State of Virginia for their pledge.

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