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Filipino leper gives his worldly goods towards President Wilson's efforts towards peace.

George Harvey Praises Woodrow Wilson’s patriotism in his war message.

Woodrow Wilson proclaims, in compliance with Congress appoints and proclaims April 21, 1917 as a day for Americans to sending aid to Ukrainians stricken in belligerent countries.
Herbert Hoover writes to Woodrow Wilson about the sugar situation.
Joseph Tumulty sends Herbert Hoover a letter excerpt, written by a friend, that contains a suggestion he thinks requires attention.
Sending an enclosed letter, Herbert Hoover writes to Woodrow Wilson about concerns over regulating food handling and its effects on small dealers.
Herbert Hoover writes to Woodrow Wilson about the price of Cuban sugar.
Herbert Hoover sends Woodrow Wilson the rules and regulations governing white arsenic and other insecticides containing arsenic for his approval.
Herbert Hoover asks Woodrow Wilson for a further allotment of $110,000 to fulfill contracts for the Food Administration.
Herbert Hoover nominates, and approves of, Beaver White as Representative of the Food Administrator on the War Trade Board.
Woodrow Wilson approves Herbert Hoover’s request for Mr. Taussig to investigate the grain division.
Herbert Hoover writes to Woodrow Wilson about his statement on the sugar shortage being made available to the public since it would not be heard in Congress due to the Christmas recess.
Herbert Hoover writes to Woodrow Wilson about the need for clothing in liberated European countries.
Herbert Hoover sends Woodrow Wilson a memorandum between himself and the European Food Ministers, noting the difficulty in each country being adequately represented due to Great Britain’s control of shipping.
The National Woman's Liberty Loan Committee drafts a resolution making Eleanor Wilson McAdoo Chairman of the committee.
The French want Samuel Gompers to come to France for the peace negotiations.
Wife of a good friend tells President Wilson about her friend who lost a son in the war.
Italians are seeking to maintain control of Fiume.
Numbers of American troops sent to Europe for the war.
Washington Animal Rescue League requests that the research labs in town end their testing of poison gas on animals.
Send word to Colonel House that the Kaiser should not be allowed to interfere in the peace.
How the $50,000 appropriation will be spend on defense.
Pass on to Colonel House the message that President Wilson will not be able to go to England before going to France.
President Wilson asks the Secretary of State to pass on the message to Colonel House that the French should stop their censorship of the press now.
Supreme Court Justice advises President Wilson to pay no attention to the opposition.
Request that the US follow through on its pledges for food relief for Germany.
President Wilson's shorthand transcription of cable about when to go to France from Colonel House as translated by Ray Stannard Baker.
President Wilson thanks the cardinal for the letter about the dire situation in Europe.
Cardinal Gibbons passes on word from the pope that Germany faces starvation.
Informal discussions at a political dinner seem to indicate that the people support President Wilson in going to France.
Request for President Wilson's approval for the war program of the Camp Fire Girls.
List of resolutions in state legislatures in support of the League of Nations.
League to Enforce Peace supports President Wilson in calling for the establishment of the League of Nations.
President Wilson cannot go ahead with the advice from Senator Randall.
Accounting of enemy property after the war needs to include patents.
President Wilson reassures Congressman Heflin that he is not upset about the election.
President Wilson needs Senator Pittman to stay in place working in the Senate.
Senator Pittman asks if he would be more valuable at home or in Paris.
Calls for Germans to work for the shift to a peacetime economy.
Thinks President Wilson will find the enclosed German article on state control of industry interesting.
Oxford wants to give President Wilson a degree and asks if he will give the Romanes Lecture.
British and French seek to free people who had been oppressed by the Turks and establish national governments.
Woodrow Wilson tells his friend that they will just have to soldier on after disappointing election results.
President Wilson thanks the Secretary of Commerce for his concern about employment.
President Wilson gives his support to the agencies in the United War Campaign.
New leader of Austria is a German Socialist and a great admirer of Woodrow Wilson.
George Creel thinks that President Wilson will be interested in information about the new leader of Austria.
Coded message about who should go to the Paris Peace Conference.
Secretary of War passes along interesting military reports.
Report on Japanese troop movements in Siberia.
Interview given by Edward Bok to The Philadelphia Public Ledger.
Journalist writes to President Wilson about his trip touring the front lines.
President Wilson's responses to a draft of the proposed armistice.
Quotes from Ludendorf about how armistice will strengthen imperialist German view.
Quotes from Ludendorf about how armistice will strengthen imperialist German view.
Quotes from Ludendorf about how armistice will strengthen imperialist German view.
Secretary of State sends on a statement from Germany.
President Wilson writes to the Chairman of the Committee on Banking and Currency that they ought to help the United War Campaign by removing prohibitions on contributions from the national banks.
Authorizing national banks to subscribe to the united war work campaign.
Support for national banks contributing to the United War Work Campaign.
Charities of the United War Work Campaign need to be able to get donations from national banks.
British government agrees with President Wilson's fourteen points but want to propose changes.
Coded cablegram on the main points of the armistice.
General Bliss supports limits on arms in Europe to prevent further war.
President Wilson replies to the proposal for peace.
President Wilson supports his niece giving a speech for the war campaign but does not have time to write it for her.
Encouraging telegram on the good effects of President Wilson's support.
An old friend of President Wilson asks for advice on what he should say on his trip to Europe.
Will not be possible to streamline the clearance procedure for YMCA volunteers who want to go to France.
YMCA volunteers are kept from service in Europe because of the complications of giving them security clearance.

The District of Columbia branch of the NAACP requests that the President speak out against lynching.
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