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"The Ordeal of Woodrow Wilson"

'The Eleventh Hour'

39th Infantry Division, U. S. A., Alexandria Cantonment, Camp Beauregard, Louisiana

114 Supply Train

302nd Engineers

1912 presidential election

1919 Paris Peace Conference


A. Erskine Miller

A. S. Burleson

A. Willis Robertson

Ada, Minnesota

Alice Wilson

Alien Enemies

Allied Powers

Alpha Kappa Psi

American Red Cross

American Red Cross, England, National League for Woman’s Service, travel

American Red Cross; birthday celebration; education; elections; First Presbyterian Church; Gubernatorial Elections; Joseph Ruggles Wilson; Joseph Ruggles Wilson, Jr.; Presidential elections; Princeton University; Staunton, Virginia; Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library and Museum; Woodrow Wilson, World War I

Anne E. Wilson Howe

Arthur Godfrey

Atomic bomb


Auxiliary organizations

auxiliary organizations, Cassie Mason Myers Julian-James, civilians in World War I, Elisabeth Ellicott Poe, finances, journalism, military training camp, National Service School, newspapers, preparedness, U.S. and European relations, Vylla Poe Wilson, War Brothers Unit, War Mothers Unit, Washington D.C., Woman’s Section of the Navy League, Woodrow Wilson, World War I, women in World War I

Axson Family

Axson family, death, Ellen Axson Wilson, family, Frances Wright Saunder, Wilson family


Baltimore (Md.)--History

Baltimore, Maryland

Banking Reform Act of 1933

Banks and banking

Banks and banking--United States

Berlin, Germany

Bernard Baruch

Bess Truman

Bess Truman; Carter Glass; Dwight D. Eisenhower; Emily Vance Pancake Smith; fundraising; Harry F Byrd; Harry F. Byrd, Jr.; Harry S. Truman; Herbert Hoover; Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis; John F. Kennedy; Mamie Eisenhower; organization; Richard Nixon; Staunton, Virginia; Woodrow Wilson Birthplace Foundation; Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library and Museum


Birth of a nation (Motion picture)

Boy Scouts of America

Bryn Mawr

Buffalo, New York

Buffalo, New York; New York City, photograph, ship, 302nd Engineers, Unites States Army, World War One

business and personal affairs of James J. Gordon


C & O Railroad

C. A. Hadley

C. R. McCauley

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Carter Glass

Cassie Mason Myers Julian-James

Cataloging of archival materials

Centennial Celebration

Charles Blackley

Charles Catlett

Charles Cotesworth Pickney

Charles Lucet

Charles S. Roller

Charlie Byrd

Charlotte Observer

Château de Versailles, Versailles, France

Clara F. Hamrick

Classic automobiles

Claude Bowers

Cleveland, Grover, 1837-1908


Company E


Cornelius Vanderbilt


D. Lawrence Groner

D. Lawrence Groner, finances, Harry F. Byrd, incorporation, Jesse Jones, Lewis Williams, Mrs. Frances Hull, Mrs. Emily Smith, real estate, Woodrow Wilson Birthplace Foundation

Dag Hammerskjold

Daughters of the American Revolution

Dedication of Woodrow Wilson Birthplace

Department of Justice

District Of Columbia--Washington (D.C.)

Draft registration--United States

Dudley Field Malone

Dwight D. Eisenhower


E. R. W. McCabe

Earl Harding

Edith Bolling Galt Wilson

Edith Bolling Wilson


education; Farmville, Virginia; Fredericksburg, Virginia; Harrisonburg, Virginia; Radford, Virginia; Virginia Normal School

Eleanor McAdoo

Eleanor Roosevelt

Eleanor Wilson McAdoo

Elisabeth Ellicott Poe

Ellen Axon Wilson

Ellen Axson Wilson

Emily Smith

Emily Vance Pancake Smith


Eugene Hanna

Evening Star


Farmville, Virginia

Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Federal Reserve banks

Federal Reserve System

Federal Reserve System, Federal Reserve Bank of New York; gold standard; international finance; Banking Reform Act of 1933; New York Life Insurance Company; life insurance; War Department; atomic bomb planning and effects; War Economics; American Red Cross

Finely J. Shepard

First Presbyterian Church

First Presbyterian Manse

Fontainebleau Palace

Foreign Loans

Fort Belvior, Virginia

Fort Belvoir, Virginia; Eugene Hanna; friendship; Glenn E. Yount; love; Nelle E. Hiner Yount; soldiers; World War One

founding, fund-raising, publicity and expansion of Woodrow Wilson Birthplace


Frances B. Sayre

Frances Hull

Frances Wright Saunders

Franklin Delano Roosevelt

Frank Ware

Frank Wilson

Fredericksburg, Virginia

Fred Fiegle


Galerie des glaces (Château de Versailles, Versailles, France)

Galleries & museums.


Gamma Beta Sigma

Gamma Phi Beta

Garden Club of Virginia

General Patch

Geneva, Switzerland

Genevieve Clark

George B. Post, Jr.

George H. McMaster

George T. Summerlin

George Washington (Steamship)

Germans in America

Glenn E. Yount

Gold standard

Goucher College

Government facilities.

Governor Colgate Darden

Gubernatorial Elections


Hall of Mirrors

Hampton-Sydney College

Harold Caccio

Harrisonburg, Virginia

Harry F. Byrd

Harry F. Byrd, Jr.

Harry S. Truman

Helen Dinsmore Huntington

Henry Fielding Reid

Henry Morgenthau

Herbert Hoover

History, Modern—20th century

home front

Horace Mann Tower


Inaugural address




Influenza Epidemic, 1918-1919

Influenza Epidemic, 1918-1919--United States


Inman Park Public Library

International finance


Irene Langhorne Gibson


J. C. Hammond

J. P. Tumulty

J. Wilson Jarman

Jack Manch

James Cox

James H. Thomson

James Price

James Woodrow

Jaqueline Kennedy Onassis

Jesse Jones

Jessie Wilson Sayre

Joffre, Joseph Jacques Césaire,--1852-1931

John A. Wilson

John F. Kennedy

John Foster Dulles

John Lewis Cochran

John Randolph Bolling

Johns Hopkins University

John Wesley

Joseph E. Davies

Joseph R. Wilson

Joseph Ruggles Wilson

Joseph Ruggles Wilson, Jr.

Josephus Daniels

Joseph W. Byrns

Judge Advocate General's Office


K. T. McConnico

Kaiser Wilhelm

Kappa Delta

King George IV


League of Nations

Ledgers, bank records of Newport News Supply Co.

Lee Douglas

Letters between Grayson and family members; postcards, clippings, photographs, ephemera

Lewis Williams

Life and times of Woodrow Wilson, related events

Lillian Price

Luke Lee


Mamie Eisenhower

Manlio Bosio

Margaret Wilson

Margaret Wilson Colville

Margaret Woodrow Wilson


Marshall Morgan

Mary Baldwin College

McAdoo, Eleanor Wilson, 1889-1967

McAdoo, William Gibbs, 1863-1941

Meuse-Argonne Battle


Military training camp

Milo J. Warner


Monuments & memorials.

Motor transport Reserve

Mr. Catlett’s association with President Wilson and the Woodrow Wilson Birthplace

Mrs. Cordell Hull

Mrs. Grover Cleveland


National League for Woman's Service

National Service School

Nationwide Speeches

Neutrality Proclamation

Newton Baker

New York City

New York Life Insurance Company

Norfolk, Virginia

Norman Rockwell



Old Virginia Hotel


Page G. Wilson

papers, effects of John T. Nightingale

Paris Peace Conference

Pershing, John J.--(John Joseph),--1860-1948

personal papers of Alice Gertrude Gordon

Peyton Cochran

Phi Beta Kappa

Phi Mu


Pierce-Arrow limousine

Poincaré, Raymond,--1860-1934


Political conventions

political life, 1930-1940

Political parties


Port of New York

Presidential Cabinet

Presidential Election of 1912

Presidential elections

Presidential elections--1910-1920

Presidents--United States--1910-1930

Pricilla G. Griffin

Princeton, New Jersey

Princeton University

Princeton University--Buildings

prominent Wilson-era people

Puget Sound Naval Yard


Quincy Wright


R. E. L. Mountcastle

R. S. Hudspeth

Radford, Virginia

Ralph Pulitzer

Renovation of Birthplace

Republican National Convention--(17th :--1920 :--Chicago, Ill.)

Rev. I. Stuart McElroy, Jr.

Richard Heath Dabney

Richard Nixon

Robert C. Jett

Rolla Wells

Roosevelt, Theodore,--1858-1919

Rose Hull

Ruth Jane Rumelt



Savenay, France

Sayre, Jessie Woodrow Wilson, 1887-1933

Selective Service System

Servicemen, Military

Shantung peninsula


Spanish-American War

Sri Aurobindo

Sri Aurobindo; Wilson family; envelopes; India; letters; place cards; travel; Eleanor Wilson McAdoo; Ellen Wilson; Margaret Wilson; Woodrow Wilson

St. Mary's School

Staunton, Virginia

Staunton Military Academy

Stephen Early

Stockton Axson

Stonewall Jackson School

Submarine warfare



The Grayson Family, Travel Across America, European Travel, Family Relations, St. Alban’s School, Sewanee University, Yale University, United States Marine Corps, Sports

The Jefferson Society

The Lady and The Unicorn

The Netherlands

Theodore Roosevelt


Treaty of Versailles--(1919 June 28)


U. S. and European relations

United States--District of Columbia--Washington (D.C.)

United States--Illinois--Chicago

United States--New Jersey--Princeton

United States--Virginia--Arlington National Cemetery

United States. Army

United States. Army. American Expeditionary Forces

United States. Navy

United States Army

United States Government Bonds

University of Virginia

University of Virginia Literary Society Building


Valentine’s Day


Versailles Palace

Vincent Astor

Vincent Godfrey Burns

Virginia Normal School

Viscountess Joan Buckmaster

Vylla Poe Wilson


W. Carter Lee

Walter R. Bishop

Walter W. Wick

War Brothers Unit

War damage--France--Reims--1920-1930

War Department

war effort

War Mothers Unit

Washington, D. C.

Washington National Cathedral

wedding of Jessie Wilson to Francis B. Sayre Jr.

West Olive, Michigan

Whitlock, Brand,--1869-1934

William Gibbs McAdoo

William Howard Taft

William Jennings Bryan

William Phillips

Williamstown, Massachusetts

William Sulzer

Wilson, Edith Bolling Galt,--1872-1961--Public appearances

Wilson, Edith Bolling Galt, 1872-1961

Wilson, Edition Bolling

Wilson, Ellen Axson

Wilson, Margaret Woodrow, 1886-1944

Wilson, Woodrow

Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924

Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924--Travel--Belgium--Nieuwpoort (West Flanders)

Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1926

Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1951

Wilson family

Wilson family tree

Wilson Memorial

Windsor, Vermont

Woman's Section of the Navy League

Women's Suffrage


women in WWI

Woodrow Wilson

Woodrow Wilson's political life

Woodrow Wilson, 1856-1924

Woodrow Wilson, death, funeral, memorials

Woodrow Wilson Birthplace

Woodrow Wilson Birthplace Foundation

Woodrow Wilson Birthplace Foundation, Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library

Woodrow Wilson Birthplace Foundation; political life, 1930-1940

Woodrow Wilson Genealogy

Woodrow Wilson Hospital

Woodrow Wilson Letters to Richard Heath Dabney

Woodrow Wilson Memorial Bridge

Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum

Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library and Museum

Woodrow Wilson’s 1912 primary campaign and 1912 election; World War I; Judge Advocate General’s Office during WWI; legal issues involving military property and facilities, soldiers, and war; private legal practice in Staunton, Va.

World War, 1914-1918

World War, 1914-1918--Destruction & pillage

World War, 1914-1918--Destruction & pillage--France--Reims

World War, 1914-1918--Peace

World War, 1914-1918--Peace--France--Versailles

World War I

World War I, 1914-1918

World War I; 39th Infantry Division, U. S. A., Alexandria Cantonment, Camp Beauregard, Louisiana; Company E; 114 Supply Train; Motor Transport Reserve; Operations—A with accompanying small map; Meuse-Argonne Battle; Paris Peace Conference; driver for President Wilson; presidential car in Paris; Versailles Palace; Fontainebleau Palace; Selective Service System

WW1, postwar reconstruction


WWI cartoons

WWI newspaper articles

Wytheville, Virginia




 Virginia--Arlington National Cemetery