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Woodrow Wilson's mother

[Woodrow Wilson, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right] / Wearn & Hix, Columbia, S.C.

[Woodrow Wilson, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left]

The house that Woodrow built

Edith Bolling (married Woodrow Wilson)

Woodrow Wilson's home, Princeton

Jessie Wilson, Margaret Wilson, Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, Eleanor Randolph Wilson

Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, seated

[Woodrow Wilson, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left] / McManus, New York.

Woodrow Wilson reading Inaugural address

[Pres. Woodrow Wilson and wife, Edith Bolling Galt, at ball game]

[Bookplate of Woodrow Wilson] / Carl S. Junge.

[Woodrow Wilson descending steps with unidentified persons]

[Woodrow Wilson and wife Ellen with unidentified on viewing stand]

"I guess we'll keep this one" / Kep.

Woodrow Wilson; Champ Clark

Woodrow Wilson's Home

Woodrow Wilson addressing Joint Session

The walls of Jericho / Keppler.

Woodrow Wilson, 1856-1924

Woodrow Wilson & Gov Mann

Woodrow Wilson, 1856-1924

[Woodrow Wilson, full-length portrait, standing next to his wife, Ellen, seated in a chair]

Woodrow Wilson, Norman E. Mack

Woodrow Wilson & Gov Mann

[Woodrow Wilson, full, seated in wicker chair on lawn of Prospect, his home at Princeton, N.J., facing left]

"Mrs. Woodrow Wilson" [flower arrangement]

[Group outside White House: includes Woodrow Wilson (right), and Newton Baker (2nd from right)]

Our own Manchu dynasty, which is about due for a bump / Frank A. Nankivell.

[Woodrow Wilson, half length portrait, standing on platform, facing slightly left]

The combination / Kep.

Jessie Wilson, Margaret Wilson, Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, Eleanor Randolph Wilson

[Mrs. Woodrow Wilson (Ellen Louise Axson), full-length portrait, standing by window in room with paintings, facing left]

[Governor's summer mansion in Sea Girt, New Jersey]

The star in the east / Kep.

[Mrs. Woodrow Wilson (Ellen Axson), full-length portrait, seated, facing right, holding flowers]

Woodrow Wilson a few hours after nomination, July 2, 1912

On Uncle Sam's farm / Keppler.

"Members of this club" / Keppler.

In the political woods / Kep.

To swat 'em is waste of time / L.M. Glackens.

The great American bull-fight / Kep.

Woodrow Wilson, Democratic nominee for President, after his speech of acceptance delivered at Sea Girt, N.J.

The good samaritan / Kep.

Woodrow Wilson, Pres. U.S., 1856-1924

He dares to touch it / L.M. Glackens.

The hawk

Woodrow and the bean-stalk / L.M. Glackens.

Biographical sketches of presidential candidates of the Democratic party at the presidential primary election to be held throughout the state of California on Tuesday, May 14, 1912. Woodrow Wilson. Champ Clark.

Such a business! / Keppler.

The trusts - the tariff - the nigger in the woodpile / J. Norman Lynd.

"And the waters were divided" / Kep.

Sleeping beauty

[Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Wilson seated on lawn with their three daughters (left to right) Margaret, Eleanor, and Jessie, in Cornish, New Hampshire]

Woodrow Wilson / Keppler.

[Woodrow Wilson, full length, seated by desk with book in hand, facing left]

The dope-fiends / Ehrhart.

[Woodrow Wilson, seated posed on swing on porch, facing front, with his wife and three daughters]

The heavens in November

[Woodrow Wilson, head-and-shoulders portrait, in profile facing left] / Pach Bros., N.Y.

Hatched one at last / L.M. Glackens.

Aladdin and the wonderful lamp / K.

[Woodrow Wilson, bust portrait, facing right]

Some burden, believe us / Kep.

American Achievement Boys touring the world

[Woodrow Wilson's inauguration: Woodrow Wilson and Wm. Howard Taft leaving the White House]

Woodrow Wilson, Pres. U.S., 1856-1924


Return to White House with his military and naval aide

The morning after / L.M. Glackens.

The tariff triumph of pharaoh Wilson / Keppler.

Woodrow Wilson, Pres. U.S., 1856-1924

[Woodrow Wilson speaking at his first inauguration on the east portico of the U.S. Capitol, March 4, 1913, with the Great Seal of the United States hanging below him]

[Woodrow Wilson, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing slightly left]

[Parade viewing stand with the Great Seal of the United States at Woodrow Wilson's first inauguration, March 4, 1913]

"Here they are! Red hot! Red hot! Red hot!" / L.M. Glackens.


Something doing at Washington / Kep.

Weaning the baby / Kep.

Stand in front of Treasury Bldg. for Woodrow Wilson's inauguration

Composite picture of New Jersey's most prominent products

An old game / L.M. Glackens.

[Woodrow Wilson, half-length portrait, seated at desk, facing left, at one of his first cabinet meetings]

[Woodrow Wilson and his cabinet seated around table]

[Woodrow Wilson and William Jennings Bryan standing on steps in front of a building]

Wilson's inaugural speech

Wilson and Taft arrive at Capitol

All eyes are on you, Mr. President / K.

Take my lantern. You need it more than I do! / L.M. Glackens.

There's a new captain in the district / K.

Woodrow Wilson, Pres. U.S., 1856-1924

[Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Wilson seated outdoors with their three daughters standing behind them--(left to right) Margaret, Eleanor, and Jessie, in Cornish, New Hampshire]

[Woodrow Wilson, full-length portrait, seated at desk, facing slightly left]


On the political ranch / Will Crawford.

Taft & Wilson at White House, after Wilson's inauguration

Arrival in Washington in March 1913 of Rosalie Jones' band of pilgrims on their trip from New York to the National Capitol to ask President Wilson to give his support to the national woman suffrage amendment. This photograph shows Washington suffragists escorting the pilgrims through the streets of the Capitol.

Flag Day, 1914, Josephus Daniels speaking

Woodrow Wilson, May 11, 1914

[Eleanor Wilson, daughter of Woodrow Wilson, with her sister Jessie and others]

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