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William G. McAdoo, President Woodrow Wilson’s Secretary of the Treasury, writes to his future wife, Eleanor Wilson, during his travels around the country on behalf of the Federal Reserve.

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Treasury Secretary William G. McAdoo writes to his wife, Eleanor Wilson McAdoo, during a trip on behalf of President Woodrow Wilson’s legislation.

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William Gibbs McAdoo writes to his wife about his speaking schedule and travel plans.

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William Gibbs McAdoo writes to his wife, sending her good wishes for safety and good travels and that he is by her side even though she is away travelling.

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President Calvin Coolidge formally proclaims the death of ex-President Woodrow Wilson.

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Woodrow Wilson visits his birthplace in Staunton, Virginia, shortly after his election as President of the United States.

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A biographical sketch of Woodrow Wilson’s sister, Annie Josephine Wilson Howe.

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An invitation to President Woodrow Wilson’s daughter Jessie’s White House wedding;

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The Principal of the Staunton Military Academy informs parents that their sons will not be attending the inauguration ceremonies for President Woodrow Wilson.

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Woodrow Wilson thanks W.M. Jackson for his congratulations regarding his book, History of the American People.

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Woodrow Wilson refers L.L. Campbell to an article published in Harper’s Weekly, June 1865, that gives information about Princeton’s honor system.

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Woodrow Wilson thanks John T. Wilds for his kind letter and excellent suggestion about William Gibbs McAdoo.

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Woodrow Wilson thanks John T. Wilds for his letter.

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Woodrow Wilson thanks John T. Wild for his letter and sends him warm Christmas and New Year wishes.

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Woodrow Wilson thanks John T. Wilds for telling him about Comfort’s book although he doubts he will have time to read at present.

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Woodrow Wilson tells John Wilds that he will not be able to grant his request regarding his church.

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