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Joseph Tumulty will remain in Washington, DC in charge of the Executive Offices while Woodrow Wilson is in France.

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The French want Samuel Gompers to come to France for the peace negotiations.

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Wife of a good friend tells President Wilson about her friend who lost a son in the war.

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Planning for accompanying President Wilson on the trip to France.

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President Wilson writes there is no way that he can avoid going to France.

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Democratic politician argues that President Wilson should not go to France.

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Pass on to Colonel House the message that President Wilson will not be able to go to England before going to France.

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Supreme Court Justice advises President Wilson to pay no attention to the opposition.

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President Wilson's shorthand transcription of cable about when to go to France from Colonel House as translated by Ray Stannard Baker.

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Informal discussions at a political dinner seem to indicate that the people support President Wilson in going to France.

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President Wilson cannot go ahead with the advice from Senator Randall.

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Coded message about who should go to the Paris Peace Conference.

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Mrs. George Bass writes to President Wilson that she does not wish to go with him to the Paris Peace Conference.

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President Wilson decides to go with the original plan of landing at Brest.

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Short note, probably to the Secretary of State, from President Wilson about his concerns that the French and British governments will steal his thunder.

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President Wilson does not want to follow Bullitt's advice.

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Gibbons passes on a message from the pope.

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Baker tells President Wilson that Josephus Daniels warns that the trip to France should stick to its original destination port of Brest.

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President Wilson tells House about his announcement of his trip to France.

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Frank Cobb warns Colonel House about British efforts to retard the peace process.

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The Salle de L'Horloge, Paris Peace Conference, 1919.

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Photo of conference room from the Versailles Peace Conference.

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Photo of Henry White

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Photo of Johann Giesberts, German minister of posts and delegate to the Paris Peace Conference

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Photo of Johannes Bell and Hermann Muller, German signatories of the Paris peace treaty

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Photo of the German delegates to the Paris Peace Conference. L to R: Lerr Leinert, Dr. Carl Melchier, Herr Giesborts, Count Brukdorff-Rantzeau, Dr. Landberg, Prof. Schnicking

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Photograph of Georges Clemenceau and John J. Pershing at Versailles, France

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Photo of Woodrow Wilson in a parade in Paris

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Photo of exterior of the Glass Gallery at Versailles

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Photo of British artist Herbert A. Oliver at work on a painting of an Allied Peace Delegates meeting at Trianon Palace Hotel

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Photograph of a bedroom where Wilson stayed in Paris, from Lamar Trotti, National Archives Division of Photographic Archives and Research

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Photograph of a hotel bedroom, from Lamar Trotti, National Archives Division of Photographic Archives and Research

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Luncheon given by the French Senate to Pres. Wilson in the Hall at Luxembourg Palace

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Photo of seated officials at Christmas dinner (left to right: Dr. Grayson, Gen. McAndrew, Mrs. Wilson, Gen. John J. Pershing, President Wilson, Gen. Hale, Jusserand, Ziggett, Mrs. Jusserand, Summerall, Secretary)

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Photo of the American Commission to negotiate peace (featuring Col. E.M. House, Robert Lansing, President Wilson, General Tasker H. Bliss) at Hotel Crillon, Paris

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Photo of the interior of the Palace des Glaces during the signing of the peace terms, Versailles

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Photo of the inkstand used to sign the peace treaty

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Photo of premier Clemenceau presiding at a meeting of the peace delegates

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Photo of an interpreter translating President Poincare's speech at the opening of the peace conference, from US Official Pictures of the World War, v. III, p. 491

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Photo of an illustration of a dinner at Luxembourg Palace

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Photo of delegates standing as President Poincare opens the Peace Conference in the Quai D'Orsay

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Photo of the exterior of the Palace of Versailles, with a crowd of people

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Photo of the exterior of the Palace of Versailles, with a crowd of people

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Photo of a statue of Venus in the Hall of Mirrors in the Palace of Versailles

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Photo of an illustration of a dinner for the King and Queen of England at the Hall of Mirrors, taken from L'Illustration (July 30, 1938, p. 416-7)

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Photo of the Escalier de la Reine in the Palace of Versailles, used by plenipotentiaries to the Peace Conference

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Photo of the Hall of Mirrors in the Palace of Versailles

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Photo of the Hall of Mirrors in the Palace of Versailles

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Photo of Salon de la Guerra in the Palace of Versailles

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Photo of the Hall of Mirrors in the Palace of Versailles.

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Photo of the Hall of Mirrors in the Palace of Versailles.

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Photo of the Hall of Mirrors in the Palace of Versailles, taken during the conference.

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Photo in French describing the Treaty of Peace.

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Seating plan for the Versailles Peace Conference.

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Two photos showing a sitting of the Conference of Versailles.

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Photo of men gathered at the Versailles Peace Conference in the Hall of Mirrors.

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Photo of the Hall of Mirrors in the Palace of Versailles, taken during the conference.

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Photo of the Hall of Mirrors in the Palace of Versailles, taken during the conference.

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Photo taken of the Versaiiles Peace Conference.

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Photo taken of the Versaiiles Peace Conference.

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Photo taken of the Versaiiles Peace Conference.

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Photo taken of the Versaiiles Peace Conference.

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Photo taken of the Versaiiles Peace Conference.

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A summary of Peace Conference news items from the French Press, dated 3 February and 4 February 1919.

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Letters from America complain that the Peace Conference is not being well reported.

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Senator Peter G. Gerry writes a memo on the political situation in the United States, especially in the Senate.

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Special order assigning Sergeant L.P. Francfort to the Presidential Party at Paris.

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A list of men now on duty with Cary T. Grayson.

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Brig. General Hart issues a special order detailing some soliders who will be assigned to the presidential party.

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Brig. General Hart issues a special order detailing some soliders who will be assigned to the Presidential party.

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Brig. General Hastings issues the special order detailing some soliders who will be assigned to the Presidential party.

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Cary T. Grayson assigns personnel to the photographic detail of the Presidential party to the Paris Peace Conference.

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Cary T. Grayson requests Frederic L. Huidekoper be assigned to the Presidential party.

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Cary T. Grayson writes Captain Munn to request commutation of quarters and rations for four men be detailed to the Presidential Party at the Paris Peace Conference.

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A member of Admiral William S. Benson's staff notifies Cary T. Grayson that the USS George Washington has left New York, and asks for a list of persons authorized to accompany President Wilson on the U.S.S. George Washington's voyage to the United…

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Archie L. Smithers writes [Irwin H. Hoover] to send his address in St. Nazaire, France.

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Frederic L. Huidekoper writes Cary T. Grayson to give his experience asks to be allowed to return home.

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Admiral Henry B. Wilson sends Cary T. Grayson information regarding the President's arrival in Brest, France, for the Paris Peace Conference.

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Cary T. Grayson writes to Alice Gordon Grayson about conditions in Paris immediately preceding the signing of the Treaty of Versailles.

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Cary T. Grayson writes former senator William E. Chilton about the Paris Peace Conference.

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Bainbridge Colby writes to Cary T. Grayson informing him of his move to the Ritz in Paris.

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Josephus Daniels informs Cary T. Grayson that he must return to the United States, and to ask that Wilson visit Pontanezen before his departure from Brest.

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William G. McAdoo writes to Cary T. Grayson about the strain Woodrow Wilson is under at the Paris Peace Conference, and political developments at home.

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Cary T. Grayson replies to Ralph Hayes's suggestion that Newton D. Baker be sent an advance copy of the treaty of Versailles.

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Ralph Hayes writes Cary T. Grayson to ask that a confidential copy of the treaty of Versailles be given to Newton D. Baker when he leaves for America.

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Josephus Daniels sends Cary T. Grayson a telegram from an editor in Illinois.

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Martin H. Glynn sends Cary T. Grayson a newspaper clipping from the Albany Times Union.

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William G. McAdoo to Cary T. Grayson expressing his regrets that he won't get to see Grayson during his quick trip home from the Paris Peace Conference and his pride in Woodrow Wilson's triumphs in Europe.

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Cary T. Grayson writes Captain Munn concerning Major HHP Polk.

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A member of Admiral William S. Benson's staff asks Cary T. Grayson for a list of persons authorized to accompany President Wilson on the return to the US.

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Dr. Grayson writes to his wife about visiting Mrs. Brower, Helen Bone’s sister, to treat her cold. He also references the YMCA and a formal dinner he attended in Paris.

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Cary T. Grayson requests five soliders be assigned to the Presidential party.

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Henry White writes Cary T. Grayson to ask his opinion of the work of the “Blinded-in-War” group.
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