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Woodrow Wilson sends a telegram to Richard Heath Dabney with an invitation to dinner.

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Raymond Poincaré sends his respects to Woodrow Wilson after meeting Jessie in France. Written in French with English translation.

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James Bryce writes to Woodrow Wilson inviting him and his wife to dinner.

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Cary T. Grayson writes to Bernard Baruch, in French to accept an invitation to a dinner and dance he is hosting.

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Cary T. Grayson describes his social calls and his efforts to treat his patient, Thomas J. Pence, to his fiancée, Alice Gertrude Gordon.

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Cary T. Grayson writes about his love to his fiancée, Alice Gertrude Gordon.

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Cary T. Grayson writes to his fiancée, Alice Gertrude Gordon, about his daily activities. He remarks on seeing Woodrow and Edith Wilson on their return from their honeymoon.

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Cary T. Grayson writes about his hopes for the future to his fiancée, Alice Gertrude Gordon.

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Cary T. Grayson comments on President Woodrow Wilson’s reaction to his engagement in this letter to his future wife, Alice Gertrude Gordon.

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Cary T. Grayson breaks an appointment with his future wife, Alice Gertrude Gordon.

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Cary Grayson thinks that despite his contribution to the luncheon, Edwin Watson’s remarks regarding Grayson’s ability to converse in Spanish caused confusion.

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Cary T. Grayson makes plans to meet his fiancée, Alice Gertrude Gordon, in New York City.

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Cary T. Grayson describes reactions to the announcement of his engagement to Alice Gertrude Gordon; mentions that Edith Bolling Wilson is sitting for her portrait.

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Cary T. Grayson describes his social and professional activities to his fiancée, Alice Gertrude Gordon.

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Cary T. Grayson makes plans to meet his fiancée, Alice Gertrude Gordon, in New York City.

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Cary T. Grayson describes President Woodrow Wilson’s speaking tour across the mid-West and the appointment of Louis D. Brandeis to the Supreme Court.

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Cary T. Grayson reports on President Woodrow Wilson’s speaking tour to his fiancée, Alice Gertrude Gordon.

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Cary T. Grayson discusses plans for the wedding with his fiancée, Alice Gertrude Gordon.

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Cary T. Grayson writes a love letter to his fiancée, Alice Gertrude Gordon.

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Cary T. Grayson describes social life and entertainment at the White House to his future wife, Alice Gertrude Gordon.

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Cary T. Grayson writes to Alice Gordon Grayson about a dinner Bernard Barch hosted at the Ritz that “eclipsed anything seen in Paris in many a day.”

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This note, possibly from Cary Grayson to Edwin Watson, criticizes FDR’s Military Aide as not alert.

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ME Hennessy writes a brief account of Woodrow Wilson’s widow, Edith Bolling Wilson who was one of six living presidential widows.

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Woodrow Wilson tells Mr. Weisiger that due to caller and arrangements made for him, he will be unable to meet as he had wished.

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This invitation invites the receiver to meet Woodrow Wilson.

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

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Margaret Wilson tells her sister about a costume party she had with her friends and the wedding of their Uncle Edward.

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Alice Garrett writes about Jessie’s plans to visit her after the wedding, mentioning the need for secrecy so that Jessie can avoid notice by the press and curiosity seekers.

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Jessie wishes her friend Alice a Merry Christmas and brings her up to date on the family happenings, including the Wilson family’s vacation and the swarm of journalists surrounding them after the election. She also writes about her work with the YWCA…

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Margaret Axson Wilson tells her sister of her travel schedule to Chapel Hill and various items of social news.

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Woodrow Wilson advises Jessie Wilson Sayre not to go to a convention as a delegate for her fraternity as he does not want her to neglect her studies.

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Eleanor Wilson McAdoo writes Jessie Wilson Sayre with news from St. Mary's School, in Raleigh, NC.

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Eleanor Wilson McAdoo writes Jessie Wilson Sayre with news from St. Mary's School, in Raleigh, NC.

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Margaret Axson Wilson writes of social life in Princeton in January and wishes Jessie Wilson Sayre good health.

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Margaret Wilson tells Jessie Wilson Sayre about her busy week.

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Eleanor Wilson McAdoo writes Jessie Wilson Sayre with news from St. Mary's School, in Raleigh, NC, and tells Jessie her schedule.

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Ellen Axson Wilson writes to Jessie Wilson Sayre about her new curtains and other social engagements.

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Margaret Wilson writes to Jessie Wilson Sayre telling her about attempts to visit a dentist in Philadelphia.

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Woodrow Wilson writes Justice Mahlon Pitney and his wife to thank them for a Kirk pitcher, a wedding present.

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Woodrow Wilson writes R.H. Selfridge to decline an invitation.

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Edward M. House plans a meeting with Benjamin Strong Jr. on Friday.

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Clarence F. Pritchard sends Benjamin Strong III some items relating to his father.

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Benjamin Strong Jr. wishes Carter Glass's son-in-law a quick recovery.

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Benjamin Strong Jr. accepts Carter Glass's invitation for a meeting.

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Carter Glass telegrams Benjamin Strong Jr. to arrange a meeting.

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Benjamin Strong Jr. sends best wishes to Carter Glass after his son's hunting accident.

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Mary Wallace informs Benjamin Strong Jr. that Carter Glass' son has been in a hunting accident.

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Benjamin Strong Jr. congratulates Russell C. Leffingwell on his degree from Yale.

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Carter Glass writes to Benjamin Strong Jr. to thank him for welcoming him to New York.

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Benjamin Strong Jr. thanks George R. Namee for sending him tickets to a meeting at the Metropolitian Opera House.

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George R. Van Namee sends Benjamin Strong Jr. a ticket to a presidential speech at the Metropolitan Opera.

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Benjamin Strong Jr.,'s Secretary forwards a request for tickets to a presidential speaking event at the Metropolitan Opera.

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Benjamin Strong's secretary writes Charles H. Imhoff to tell him that he has forwarded Imhoff's request for tickets to George R. Van Namee.

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Benjamin Strong Jr. writes the Committee on Admissions of The Century Association, to recommend the admission of Russell C. Leffingwell.

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Benjamin Strong Jr. writes Woodrow Wilson to apologize for being insistent in his invitation.

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M.B. Clagett writes Benjamin Strong Jr. to reschedule Strong's meeting with William G. McAdoo.

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M.B. Clagett writes Benjamin Strong Jr. to reschedule Strong's meeting with William G. McAdoo.

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Benjamin Strong Jr. writes M.B. Clagett to confirm an appointment with William G. McAdoo.

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Benjamin Strong Jr. writes Edward M. House to ask if he might visit.

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William G. McAdoo send Benjamin Strong Jr. a thank you note for some apples.

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Senator Theodore E. Burton writes Benjamin Strong Jr. to say he will be available for a visit Friday night.
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