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Name Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
Born 12/28/1856
Birthplace Staunton, Virginia
Father Wilson, Joseph Ruggles, 1822-1903
Mother Wilson, Janet E. (Woodrow), 1826-1888
Occupation 28th U.S. President
Role Political
Spouse Wilson, Ellen Louise (Axson), 1860-1914, Wilson, Edith (Bolling) Galt, 1872-1961
Children Wilson, Margaret Woodrow, 1886-1944
Sayre, Jessie Woodrow (Wilson), 1887-1933
McAdoo, Eleanor Randolph (Wilson), 1889-1967
Deceased 02/03/1924
Deceased where Washington DC

Associated Records

Image of 11694-1 - Quilt; Red Cross

11694-1 - Quilt; Red Cross

Red Cross quilt consisting of 42 Blocks. Each block is embroidered with the outline of a cross. The center of each cross has a smaller cross that is rotated 45 degrees, forming more of an "X" when viewed straight on. Blocks are signed in black ink. There are 672 names, including Woodrow Wilson, Secretary of War Baker, General Pershing, and Theodore Roosevelt. Hand sewn and embroidered.

Image of 13001-2 - Painting of  Judge Joseph William Woodrough

13001-2 - Painting of Judge Joseph William Woodrough

Large oil on canvas painting of Judge Joseph WIlliam Woodrough of the 8th Cricuit court. The image depicts Woodrough sitting in a wooden chair, in the center of the canvas looking out at the audience. He is holding an open book. Next to him on the left side is a table with a floral print table cloth. On the table is a brass cigar case, a sheet of paper and some books. Woodrough Sitting in wooden chair center of canvas, looking out at audience holding a book next to him, on the left is a table with a floal print table cloth. On the table is a brass cigarcase, a sheet of paper and some books. Image: Woodrough Sitting in wooden chair center of canvas, looking out at audience holding a book n

Image of 1349 - Button, Wilson; "Stand by Wilson"

1349 - Button, Wilson; "Stand by Wilson"

Campaign button for Woodrow Wilson, "STAND BY WILSON THE MAN ON THE JOB"

Image of 1338 - Button, Wilson; Peace with Honor

1338 - Button, Wilson; Peace with Honor

Woodrow Wilsom campaign button, "PEACE WITH HONOR," "WILSON PREPAREDNESS," "PROSPERITY"

Image of 1366 - Button, Wilson; Wilson Marshall Jugate

1366 - Button, Wilson; Wilson Marshall Jugate

Woodrow Wilson/ Thomas Marshall Jugate; "THEY HAVE KEPT THE FAITH" "AMERICA FIRST" "WE'LL STAND BY THEM"

Image of 4541-74A - Poster; WWI; "The Time Has Come to Conquer or Submit"; Second Liberty Loan

4541-74A - Poster; WWI; "The Time Has Come to Conquer or Submit"; Second Liberty Loan

Image: picture of president wilson flanked by us flags. Quote by Wilson, "2nd Liberty Loan" COLORS: multi "The time has come to conquer or submit." For us there is but one choice. We have made it." President Wilson Buy a bond of the 2nd Liberty loan and Help win the war A liberty bond is a United States government bond.

Image of 7956-5465 - Postcard; William Jennings Bryan and Woodrow Wilson; Fairview

7956-5465 - Postcard; William Jennings Bryan and Woodrow Wilson; Fairview

Full color photograph of W.J. Bryan and President Wilson on the steps of W.J. Bryan's home Fairview. Between them stands an unidentified boy. Red print caption at bottom identifies the names of Bryan and Wilson and location. Color photo due to Autochrome developed in 1907 by Auguste and Louis Lumiere. No message it was not circulated.

Image of 8661-41-(2) - Button, Wilson; "Peace with Honor"

8661-41-(2) - Button, Wilson; "Peace with Honor"

Campaign button for Woodrow Wilson, "Peace with Honor", "Preparedness", "Prosperity"

Image of 8661-44 - Button, Wilson; Progressive Policies

8661-44 - Button, Wilson; Progressive Policies

Campaign button, "Progressive Policies Become Law Under Wilson"

RG1841.PH - Collection, Photograph

This collection contains photographs of Nebraska City, Nebraska, in the late 1800s and early 1900s. This collection consists of photographic prints. Photographs show portraits of Nebraska City, Nebraska, residents, ca.1870s; public buildings; and street scenes. Also included are photos of Woodrow Wilson in Omaha, Nebraska, 1916; portraits of Native Americans, ca. 1880s; and portraits of J. Sterling Morton and Arbor Lodge.