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Mary Allen Hulbert Peck writes to President Wilson of her moving plans and thanks him for his friendship.

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Woodrow Wilson writes to Augustus O. Bacon regarding Bacon's recent ill health.

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Woodrow Wilson wishes William J. Stone a speedy recovery and informs him of the impending currency bill.

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Woodrow Wilson writes to Mary Allen Hulbert about her health and travels.

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Woodrow Wilson writes to his sister Annie about the pressures of life in the White House.

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President Wilson asks Mary Allen Hulbert Peck how she has been doing.

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Woodrow Wilson writes to Mary Allen Hulbert Peck about her accident and other various topics.

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Woodrow Wilson writes to Mary Allen Hulbert Peck about her health.

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Woodrow Wilson writes to Mary Allen Hulbert Peck about his health over the past week and concerns over her health.

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Woodrow Wilson writes to Mary Allen Hulbert Peck about her son's health

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Page writes to President Wilson about his need to take medical leave.

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This speech made by William G. McAdoo nearly two weeks after Woodrow Wilson's stroke talks about the burdens Wilson has borne as president, and his response to the challenges that faced him.

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H. Ashley daCosta writes a letter to the editor of the "New York World" calling for the impeachment of senators who opposed the League of Nations.

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Henry Ullrich describes his method as logical human exercise that will give relieve to the worried brain.

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Prescription form for Chromium Sulphate

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N.C. Sprague offers to send choice canned seafood items to President Wilson in his convalescence.

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Agnes I. Rose, a masseuse, writes Cary T. Grayson to offer her services for the President.

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Cary T. Grayson thanks Daniel E. O'Sullivan for his letter regarding President Wilson.

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Cary T. Grayson responds to Francesko Sauchelli's letter of 14 October 1919 recommending chiropractic treatment for the President.

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Jo Clay Stiles writes to Cary T. Grayson on 12 October 1919, and requests to see the President.

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Fred K. Smith writes Cary T. Grayson on 11 October 1919 to warn him that President Wilson is the victim of the occult.

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Cary T. Grayson responds to JM Rotinger's offer of medical assistance for Woodrow Wilson.

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Cary T. Grayson replies to William J. Roth's letter of 8 October 1919 offering Pineair farm as a place for President Wilson to convalesce.

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W.O. Hart writes Joseph E. Ransdell on 30 September 1919 to recommend a headache treatment for President Wilson.

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Cary T. Grayson discusses their engagement with Alice Gertrude Gordon.

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Edwin Watson is recovering although getting very thin and suggest Cary Grayson travel up with his wife so they can all see Bernard Baruch.

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Gladys Newman updates John Wheeler on Cary Grayson’s health and travel plans to Washington.

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John Wheeler expresses his sympathy to Gladys Newman regarding of Cary Grayson’s recent bought with shingles.

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Cary T. Grayson sends a telegram to his fiancée, Alice Gordon Grayson, that President Woodrow Wilson has been critically ill.

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William G. McAdoo writes to Cary T. Grayson asking him to continue sending flowers to Eleanor Wilson (with whom McAdoo is smitten), and with news of his family and his health.

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Cary T. Grayson to William G. McAdoo about McAdoo's daughter Sally and Woodrow Wilson's health.

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Bryon Tyler writes to Woodrow Wilson, probably on 21 December 1921, to recommend a raw food diet.

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Congressman Frank Park writes President Woodrow Wilson to recommend a treatment for nervous conditions.

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Cary Grayson writes to Alice Gordon Grayson about Stockton Axson’s condition that he feels confident he can mend, and Woodrow Wilson’s health which is much improved. He thinks he will be able to take a trip to Saratoga with her.

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Cary Grayson proclaims his love for his wife Alice Gordon Grayson as he writes to her about stopping by one of their homes and visits he had with Stockton Axson and William Gibbs McAdoo. He says that visiting with her and their sons did much to make…

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Ida Olive Wyman asks to assist the President through prayer.

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Cary T. Grayson replies to Ashley daCosta's letter of 28 January 1920.

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William G. McAdoo to Cary T. Grayson with suggestions for cabinet appointments. Asks Grayson to show the letter to Edith Wilson and for the two of them to decide about bringing it to Woodrow Wilson's attention, nearly three months after the…

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C.S. Jackson sends Cary T. Grayson a telegram of support.

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William G. McAdoo encloses a message to Cary T. Grayson to give to President Wilson if in his best interest.

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Cary T. Grayson thanks Arthur H. Stevens for his letter.

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Cary T. Grayson responds to W.C. Rafferty's letter of 4 October 1919, in which he recommended deep breathing exercises to treat the President's insomnia.

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Joseph E. Ransdell forwards a letter from a constituent, W.O. Hart, on 4 October 1919, to Cary T. Grayson.

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W.C. Rafferty writes to Cary T. Grayson to recommend abdominal breathing to aid President Wilson in sleep.

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W. E. Chilton notes the defeat of the League Covenant and the tragedy it would be for the country if Woodrow Wilson would be impaired by a serious illness to Cary T. Grayson.

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Cary Grayson congratulations A. Mitchell Palmer on his recent appointment to Attorney General.

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Grayson relates the state of President Wilson’s health and how it may affect travel plans.

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John Sharp Williams refers his son-in-law Lieutenant Commander J. W. Bunkley to Grayson for advice about his health and future.

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Cary T. Grayson thanks Philip L. Kohnstamm for his letter.

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Cary T. Grayson thanks writer for letter expressing interest and goodwill in Woodrow Wilson’s health.

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Cary T. Grayson thanks Thomas Shield Clarke for his thoughtfull letter to Woodrow Wilson.

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Cary Grayson thanks John N. Wheeler for sending his artilce for further revision. He does not wish to make any changes to it.

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John N. Wheeler sends a copy of Cary Grayson’s article “Overworked Presidents” for his revision if needed in light of Woodrow Wilson’s death.

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George C. Tanner urges President Wilson to abstain from foods containing uriatic acid.

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Cary T. Grayson thanks Arthur H. Stevens for his letter.

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Grayson thanks NC Sprague for his offer to send products from his cannery for President Wilson’s health.

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Mrs. Lewis J. Smith writes Cary T. Grayson; claims the President's enemies say he is crazy.

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Wants to know if President Wilson has seen a Christian Science practitioner.

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Albert Shunk recounts an acetdote about an old patient, and offers his C.V.

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Herman Rein, a masseur, writes to Cary T. Grayson to recommend massage as treatment for President Wilson.

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Cary T. Grayson responds to P.F. Price's letter of support.

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Cary T. Grayson responds to Otto E. Prellwitz's letter prescribing beer and a sandwich for insomnia.

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Cary T. Grayson responds to E.H. Pratt's treatment suggestions for the President.

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Cary T. Grayson thanks S. Louise Phelps on 9 October 1919, for her gift of a pillow to President Wilson,

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Henry E. Peters writes to Cary T. Grayson on 8 October 1919 to offer advice on President Wilson's health.

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Mrs. HG Peters recommends President Wilson go to Florida to convalesce.

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Cary T. Grayson responds to Frank Park's letter of 24 September 1920 recommending a treatment for nervous conditions.

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Cary T. Grayson responds to Elizabeth Dunbar Murray's letter of 5 October 1919.

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Cary T. Grayson responds to Eugene Meyer, Jr.'s offer of the use of his Mt. Kisco farm as a place for the President to convalesce.

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Eugene Meyer, Jr. writes Cary T. Grayson offering his home at Mt. Kisco for the President to convalesce.

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Cary T. Grayson, on 7 October 1919, replies to Lucy Warner Maynard's offer of a farm in Montgomery County, MD, as a place for the President to convalesce.

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Cary T. Grayson thanks LE Schoenfeld on the President’s behalf for his letter.

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Francesko Sauchelli writes to Cary T. Grayson to suggest chiropractic treatment for the President.

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J.M. Rotinger writes to Cary T. Grayson offering his professional services as an infectious disease specialist

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William J. Roth and Lawrence M. Samuels write to Cary T. Grayson on 8 October 1919 to offer Pineair Health Farm as a location for President Wilson to convalesce.

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Cary T. Grayson responds on 17 December 1919 to Agnes I. Rose's offer of 9 December 1919, to serve as a massause for President Wilson.

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Cary T. Grayson replies to LD Rogers letter of 27 January 1920.

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L.D. Rogers writes Cary T. Grayson on 27 Jan. 1920 to reccommend a homeopathic treatment.

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Cary T. Grayson responds on 10 October 1919 to Herman Rein's letter of 4 October 1919 recommend massage for President Wilson.

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Cary T. Grayson replies to Joseph E. Ransdell's letter of 4 October 1919, which enclosed WO Hart's letter of 30 September 1919, recommending a headache treatment for President Wilson.

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Joseph E. Ransdell forwards a letter from a constituent, W.O. Hart, on 4 October 1919, to Cary T. Grayson.

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Dr. P.F. Price sends good wishes to President Wilson and his doctor.

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Dr. Otto E. Prellwitz advises beer and a sandwich to treat insomnia.

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Dr. EH Pratt offers a variety of treatments for President Wilson's condition.

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S. Louise Phelps sends a pillow for the President.

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Cary T. Grayson responds to Mrs. H.G. Peters' suggestion that President Wilson convalesce in Florida.

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Woodrow Wilson responds to Frank Park's letter of 24 September 1920 recommending a treatment for nervous conditions.

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Cary T. Grayson replies to CR Newsom's letter offering his hotel as a place for the President to convalesce.

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C.R. Newsom writes to Cary T. Grayson on 12 Oct. 1919 to offer his hotel in Donthan, AL , as a place for the President to convalesce.

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Elizabeth Dunbar Murray recommends a mixture of arrow root and cocoa to help the President sleep.

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Cary T. Grayson responds to E. McKean's letter of 15 October 1919, recommending subcutaneous oil treatments.

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E. McKean recommends subcutaneous oil treatment for Woodrow Wilson.

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Lucy Warner Maynard writes Cary T. Grayson offering her farm in Montgomery County, MD, as a place for President Wilson to convalesce.

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Cary T. Grayson's response to Dr. Marshall's letter.

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Joseph Tumulty thanks Grayson for his tender care for all who have been in his care at the White House, and especially to Woodrow Wilson.

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