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Eisenhower was going to visit his mother's birthplace in Virginia at the time.

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During his visit to Staunton

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American Life Style : Woodrow Wilson Peace and War and the Professor President

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taken anywhere from the 1930's to the 1950's

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The George Howard mini collection is composed of 19 photographs ranging in size, all approximately 2 x 2.75 inches in size depicting his life and career as Woodrow Wilson's chauffeur. Also housed with these photographs is one photocopy of a brief…

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Transcribed from back: "Col. S.L. Denison, Johns Hopkins Univ., Class of 1929"
Transcribed from back: "Parson Wilson, President Wilson's Grandfather. The picture from which this was copied was a pen picture drawn of Rev. Wilson by W.B. Alexander and…

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H. Hollis Hall, Harvard University; R.W. Sprague's room

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Depiction of a floating battering in Charleston Harbor during the Battle of Fort Sumter, South Carolina

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Housed in the The O.J. Gude, Co., N.Y. building

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

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Harvest time in an unspecified area of America

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General view of the Greek Theater in Berkeley, California where Woodrow Wilson spoke during his 1919 trip west

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Ships in the water outside of Seattle, Washington, during Wilson's 1919 trip west

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Transcribed from the back: "Chef - Green - on President's car"

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Train workers during Wilson's 1919 trip west

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One of the engines used during Wilson's 1919 trip west

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Cars of Wilson's entourage parading down a soldier lined street in St. Paul, Minnesota, during his 1919 trip west

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From Wilson's 1919 trip west; transcribed from the back: "Wichita - first receiving word of President's illness and arranging return schedule direct to Washington"

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Child Labor

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

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Item is partially torn

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One additional copy

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Woodrow Wilson centennial

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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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Transcribed from the back: " L-R-Ed Purcell, C.V. Grime, F K Shaffer, Mgr of Dixie - John Crowl (C of C) Frank La Falce-Harry Anger-Premier "Wilson". $50,000 gift to birthplace by Mr Zanuck, 20th C Fox)------Picture was used one week. Premiere of the…

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Gov. Colgate Darden of Virginia and Frank K. Shaffer, manager, at the Dixie Theatre premiere of "Wilson".

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Located in Carlisle, England

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Transcribed from back:
Top row: J.B. Austin, H.J. King, S. Lane, C.C. Risson, J.O. Hughes, H.W. Powell, J.H. Ross, B.B. Lautrip, F.D. Cantrell, C.M. Fielden, R.L. Cautin, J.N. Terrell, C.M. Wagner (1st sgt), P. Hutchinson, V.C. Fox, W.S. Hagan…

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Samuel Lane; top row, 3rd from left

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Transcribed from back: "Samuel Lane; 3rd from right, 2nd row"

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Transcribed from the back: "Strabane, County Tyrone, Ireland. Wilson's grandfather, James Wilson, trained here".

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House built in 1895-1896. Located on 82 Library Place, Princeton New Jersey.

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Located in Old Lyme, Connecticut

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Bryn Mawr faculty and students, 1886

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Apart of the Campus Comments from Mary Baldwin College

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Depiction of the Chambers Building on the Davidson College campus in North Carolina

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Copy of the oil painting of the birthplace of Ida Elizabeth Stover by Horace Day, head of the Art Department of Mary Baldwin College, Staunton, Virginia. The painting was presented to president Eisenhower when he visited the Woodrow Wilson birthplace…

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American Life Style : Woodrow Wilson Peace and War and the Professor President

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American Life Style : Woodrow Wilson Peace and War and the Professor President

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American Life Style : Woodrow Wilson Peace and War and the Professor President

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American Life Style : Woodrow Wilson Peace and War and the Professor President

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American Life Style : Woodrow Wilson Peace and War and the Professor President

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American Life Style : Woodrow Wilson Peace and War and the Professor President

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American Life Style : Woodrow Wilson Peace and War and the Professor President

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Photograph feature Katherine Brown, Chair; Dr. Mary Echols, MBC; Jeannie Baliles, First lady; Paula Rav, Staunton Fine Arts; and Walter Heyer

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Located in the Manse dining room

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Located in the Manse dining room

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Is a Greek Revival home and was built in 1846

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Postcard depicting the image of the "Beaulieu" house in Pass Christian, Mississippi, where Woodrow Wilson stayed for several weeks in the winter of 1913-1914 during his presidency.

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Features a man and woman playing Mr. and Mrs. Wilson

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Student are from Kyoto, Japan doing a summer program at Mary Baldwin College

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Concertgoers relax in garden
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