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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.

Edith Bolling (married Woodrow Wilson)

Edith Bolling (married Woodrow Wilson)

Photograph shows half-length portrait of Edith Bolling Galt Wilson, seated, facing right.

[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)

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

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

Illustration shows Uncle Sam picking a puppy labeled "Wilson" from a litter of puppies labeled "Foss, Baldwin, Harmon, [and] Dix"; the mother of the puppies is labeled "Democratic Party".

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

Woodrow Wilson's Home

Woodrow Wilson's Home

Photo shows Woodrow Wilson's summer home in Sea Girt, New Jersey. (Source: Flickr Commons Project, 2009)

The walls of Jericho / Keppler.

The walls of Jericho / Keppler.

Illustration shows supporters of a "Square Tariff Deal", carried in an ark by "Folk, Clark, Gore, Harmon, [and] Beveridge", march on Jericho, blowing ram-horns labeled "The Voice of the People" causing the wall... more

Woodrow Wilson, 1856-1924

Woodrow Wilson, 1856-1924

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

Woodrow Wilson, 1856-1924

Woodrow Wilson, 1856-1924

Full length, standing on porch, facing slightly left; and wife (Ellen Louise Axson) at Princeton.

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

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

Illustration shows the Republican elephant labeled "G.O.P." as an emperor during the Manchu Dynasty, sitting on a throne looking at a men labeled "Wilson, Champ Clark, Foss, Harmon, [and] Underwood" armed with ... more

The combination / Kep.

The combination / Kep.

Illustration shows William Jennings Bryan trying to open a safe labeled "The Presidency" using a combination from a sheet of paper labeled "16 to 1, Populism, Anti-Imperialism, Predatory Wealth, [and] Anti-Ever... more

The star in the east / Kep.

The star in the east / Kep.

Illustration shows a scene in the desert with five men, Woodrow Wilson, Judson Harmon, Champ Clark, Oscar W. Underwood, and William Jennings Bryan, and a donkey overburdened with "Pledges", following a star lab... more

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

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

Photo shows President Woodrow Wilson after being nominated as the Democratic Party candidate for the 1912 elections. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2008)

On Uncle Sam's farm / Keppler.

On Uncle Sam's farm / Keppler.

Illustration shows Woodrow Wilson as a farm-hand on Uncle Sam's farm, driving a horse team labeled "Democratic Senate" and "Democratic House" toward a plow labeled "Tariff Reform Pledges"; Uncle Sam is leaning ... more

"Members of this club" / Keppler.

"Members of this club" / Keppler.

Illustration shows a boxing ring with Uncle Sam as the referee for a boxing match between Theodore Roosevelt, with his campaign manager Joseph M. Dixon, on the right, and President Taft, with his campaign manag... more

In the political woods / Kep.

In the political woods / Kep.

Illustration shows a figure composed of corn and corn stalks labeled "Record Breaking Crops" walking through a dark wood at night with a diminutive Uncle Sam, who is frightened by scary-looking trees labeled "J... more

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

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

Illustration shows a swarm of mosquitos labeled "Trust" flying over a swamp labeled "High Protective Tariff"; an insert shows an oil can labeled "Revision Downward Oil - Wilson Brand".

The great American bull-fight / Kep.

The great American bull-fight / Kep.

Illustration shows a bullfight with Theodore Roosevelt as the bull surrounded by picadors and banderilleros labeled "La Follette, Root, Taft, Sherman, Bryan, Watterson, [and] Crane", and William Barnes, who is ... more

The good samaritan / Kep.

The good samaritan / Kep.

Illustration shows a good samaritan labeled "Wilson" offering a fallen "Consumer" a drink from a bottle labeled "Tariff Reform" and dressing a wound with "Direct Relief"; a donkey stands to the right. Two men, ... more

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

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

Head and shoulders portrait, facing right, wearing top hat.

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

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

Illustration shows a man labeled "Wilson" wearing rubber gloves labeled "Fearlessness" and "Common Sense" touching a live electric wire that spells out "The Tariff"; in the foreground, Theodore Roosevelt and Wi... more

The hawk

The hawk

Illustration shows a hawk labeled "Teddy" flying over a frightened mother hen labeled "Democratic Party" and a group of chicks running for cover labeled "Gaynor, Dix, Kern, Foss, Bryan, Clark, Underwood, Wilson... more

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

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

Illustration shows a man labeled "Wilson" with an axe labeled "Tariff Revision" has chopped through vines labeled "Excessive Protection" causing a giant labeled "Monopoly" to fall to the ground.

Such a business! / Keppler.

Such a business! / Keppler.

Illustration shows a nurse labeled "Mack" opening a window to the "Democratic Maternity", outside of which are several storks carrying newborns labeled "Gaynor, Bryan, Douglas, Harmon, Clark, Wilson, [and] Unde... more

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

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

Illustration shows Woodrow Wilson pulling a leg labeled "The Tariff" that is caught in a woodpile labeled "The Trusts". The Democratic donkey observes from the far end of the woodpile.

"And the waters were divided" / Kep.

"And the waters were divided" / Kep.

Illustration shows Woodrow Wilson, as Moses, standing on a rock with left arm raised, at the parting of the seas labeled "Republican Split" through which a horde of Democrats labeled "Marshall, M'Combs, Bryan, ... more

Sleeping beauty

Sleeping beauty

Illustration shows former Governor of Massachusetts, William L. Douglas as a courtier gesturing toward a woman labeled "Democratic Victory" on a bed "Asleep Since 1892", and asking Oscar W. Underwood, Woodrow W... more

Woodrow Wilson / Keppler.

Woodrow Wilson / Keppler.

Illustration shows Woodrow Wilson, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front.

The dope-fiends / Ehrhart.

The dope-fiends / Ehrhart.

Illustration shows Woodrow Wilson as a doctor holding aloft a bottle of "Tariff Subsidy Morphine" among a group of men at the "Democratic Sanitarium - Morphine and other Drug Habits Cured"; on a table are bottl... more

The heavens in November

The heavens in November

Illustration shows cameo portraits of "Clark, Saulsbury, Metz, Wells, Marshall, Gerard, Wilson, McAdoo, Sulzer, Bryan, Elkus, Hudspeth, Underwood, Harmon, [and] Daniels" forming a cluster of comets in the night... more

Hatched one at last / L.M. Glackens.

Hatched one at last / L.M. Glackens.

Illustration shows Uncle Sam as a rooster crowing, standing next to Dame Democracy as the hen that laid the egg which has just hatched, producing a chick labeled "Wilson".

Aladdin and the wonderful lamp / K.

Aladdin and the wonderful lamp / K.

Illustration shows a man labeled "Consumer" rubbing a lamp labeled "Tariff Question" from which a genii has emerged labeled "Wilson".

Some burden, believe us / Kep.

Some burden, believe us / Kep.

Illustration shows a weary President Wilson carrying Vice-President Marshall on his back as he climbs up a rocky hillside labeled "Administration Problems" from the sea. Marshall has a gavel in one hand and a l... more

American Achievement Boys touring the world

American Achievement Boys touring the world

Large group of boys dressed in band uniforms, some with instruments, gathered on White House steps with President Wilson in the center.

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

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

First Cabinet Meeting. Half lgth., seated, facing slightly right.

Return to White House with his military and naval aide

Return to White House with his military and naval aide

President Woodrow Wilson standing with two military aides at entrance to the White House, Washington, D.C.

The morning after / L.M. Glackens.

The morning after / L.M. Glackens.

Illustration shows President Wilson as the father of the bride the day after the wedding, brushing confetti off of himself and addressing three figures, one labeled "The Trust Question" is sitting on the floor ... more

The tariff triumph of pharaoh Wilson / Keppler.

The tariff triumph of pharaoh Wilson / Keppler.

Illustration shows President Wilson as a pharaoh riding in an Egyptian chariot drawn by the Democratic donkey; he is holding a small sword and ropes attached to a man labeled "Monopoly" with his arms bound behi... more

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

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

3/4 lgth., seated at desk, facing left.

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

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

Illustration shows President Wilson as a chef roasting hot dogs labeled "Congress" on a grill labeled "Washington in Summer" at a beach, with bathing house and lighthouse in the background.

Something doing at Washington / Kep.

Something doing at Washington / Kep.

Illustration shows President Wilson as a doctor standing at an open door labeled "63rd Congress", telling Uncle Sam as an expectant father standing outside the door that it looks like "it's going to be twins", ... more

Weaning the baby / Kep.

Weaning the baby / Kep.

Illustration shows an infant labeled "Protected Privilege" clinging to a nurse labeled "High Tariff" because President Wilson wants to feed her from a baby bottle labeled "Open-Market Competition" carried by "U... more

Composite picture of New Jersey's most prominent products

Composite picture of New Jersey's most prominent products

Illustration shows a cameo portrait of President Wilson as a mosquito.

An old game / L.M. Glackens.

An old game / L.M. Glackens.

Illustration shows former president William H. Taft handing President Wilson an infant wrapped in clothing labeled "Mexican Situation", holding a knife in one hand, and shooting off a handgun.

Wilson's inaugural speech

Wilson's inaugural speech

Woodrow Wilson speaking from U.S. Capitol, with the House of Representatives in the background.

Wilson and Taft arrive at Capitol

Wilson and Taft arrive at Capitol

Wilson and Taft in open carriage arriving at U.S. Capitol for Wilson's first inauguration.

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

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

Illustration shows President Wilson standing on a stage facing an audience of eyes labeled "The Press, Congress, The People, Economy, The Tariff, Capital, The Trusts, Cuba, Navy, Labor, Child Labor, Mexico, The... more

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

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

Illustration shows Woodrow Wilson turning to look back at a man labeled "Diogenes" who is offering a lantern to Wilson.

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

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

Illustration shows President Wilson as a police officer with William Jennings Bryan behind him as they walk down a street lined with buildings labeled "Crooked Business, Food Adulteration, Public Land Graft, [a... more

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

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

Last Cabinet Meeting. Half-length portrait, seated, facing right.

On the political ranch / Will Crawford.

On the political ranch / Will Crawford.

Illustration shows Woodrow Wilson as a cowboy with a rope to lasso a bucking horse labeled "Congress", which has thrown lame duck president William H. Taft, who sitting on the ground in tattered clothing, next ... more

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

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

Taft (right), and Woodrow Wilson, full-length portrait, standing, facing front, outside White House.

Flag Day, 1914, Josephus Daniels speaking

Flag Day, 1914, Josephus Daniels speaking

Woodrow Wilson and William Jennings Bryan seated on left side of platform outside the State, War, and Navy Department, Washington, D.C.; crowd listening.

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