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Woodrow Wilson's mother

Woodrow Wilson's mother

Print shows Woodrow Wilson's mother holding a cased photograph. Original photograph probably taken in the late 1840s or early 1850s. Print is one of two on a sheet. Title from item.

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

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

Inscribed on verso: Your very sincere friend, Thomas W. Wilson, N.C.(?). Printed on verso: G.W. Pach, Photographer, No. 841 Broadway, New York.

Edith Bolling (married Woodrow Wilson)

Edith Bolling (married Woodrow Wilson)

Photograph shows half-length portrait of Edith Bolling Galt Wilson, seated, facing right. Title from negative sleeve. Forms part of: C.M. Bell Studio Collection (Library of Congress).

The house that Woodrow built

The house that Woodrow built

No publication information. Gift; Mrs. Peter Grant; 1940; (DLC/PP-1940:008). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress).

Woodrow Wilson, 1856-1924

Woodrow Wilson, 1856-1924

Full length, standing, facing slightly right; and wife (Ellen Louise Axson) in garden at Princeton.

Jessie Woodrow Wilson [and Francis B. Sayre]

Jessie Woodrow Wilson [and Francis B. Sayre]

Photo shows professor and U.S. government official Francis Bowes Sayre (1885-1972) with President Woodrow Wilson's daughter, Jessie Woodrow Wilson (1887-1933) whom he married in 1913. (Source: Flickr Commons pr... more

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

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

Photoprint by National Photo. Company. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Photog. I.; Sports Baseball 191-; Pres. I. (2); Baseball; Shelf.

Mrs. Woodrow Wilson

Mrs. Woodrow Wilson

Photo shows Ellen Axson Wilson (1860-1914), the first wife of President Woodrow Wilson. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2008)

Woodrow Wilson; Champ Clark

Woodrow Wilson; Champ Clark

Photo shows President Woodrow Wilson (seated, left) with James Beauchamp Clark (1850-1921), (seated right) speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives from 1911-1919, at Sea Girt, New Jersey. (Source: Flickr ... more

Mrs. Woodrow Wilson

Mrs. Woodrow Wilson

Photo shows Ellen Axson Wilson (1860-1914) the first wife of President Woodrow Wilson. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2008)

Woodrow Wilson, 1856-1924

Woodrow Wilson, 1856-1924

Full length, standing on porch, facing slightly left; and wife (Ellen Louise Axson) at Princeton. Photoprint copyrighted by American Press Ass'n. No copyright renewal. This record contains unverified, old data ... more

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

[Woodrow Wilson, full-length portrait, standing next to his wife, Elle...

J146772 U.S. Copyright Office. Copyright by American Press Ass'n., N.Y.

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

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

Print shows Wilson seated at a desk and with the Notre-Dame de Reims (Our Lady of Reims) cathedral in the background. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2014)

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

[Woodrow Wilson, full, seated in wicker chair on lawn of Prospect, his...

Photo copyrighted by American Press Ass'n. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Shelf.

Helen Woodrow Bones, cousin of President Woodrow Wilson, White House hostess

Helen Woodrow Bones, cousin of President Woodrow Wilson, White House h...

Photograph showing Helen Woodrow Bones, head and shoulders portrait, facing right. Title from item. Photo of portrait. Copyright by Harris & Ewing.

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