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Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924



  • Existence: 1856-12-28 - 1924-02-03


American politician, lawyer, and academic who served as the 28th president of the United States from 1913 to 1921.

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

If You Don't Like Our President Wilson...., 1917

Identifier: 2001.029.2
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Subtitled: You Knife the Land That Feeds Us All. From the writers of "We Don't Know Where We're Going But We're On Our Way" etc. Published for band and orchestra. Cover page illustration includes a photographic inset featuring Renee Close and President Woodrow Wilson.

Dates: Copyright: 1917

It's Time for Every Boy to Be a Soldier, 1917

Identifier: 2001.029.2
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Cover page illustration includes photographic insets featuring Abraham Lincoln and Woodrow Wilson.

Dates: Copyright: 1917

Our Wilson is the Greatest Man the World Has Ever Known, 1919

Identifier: 2001.029.3
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Cover page illustration includes photographic inserts featuring Woodrow Wilson; and the USWV trumpeter, Wilson Camp, New York.

Dates: Copyright: 1919

"Peace and Prosperity Are Ours..."

Identifier: 2006.012 OVRSZ 9
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"...Win with Wilson. Our President. His Wonderful Records of Achievement...Every voter in Oklahoma must admit that the acts mentioned above are in the interest of humanity. Safety First." Poster includes a list of the achievements of the Wilson administration.

Dates: 1864 - 1991

Print image of President Woodrow Wilson, undated

 Item — Box 4, Folder: 3
Identifier: 1995.
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One page with a print image of Woodrow Wilson in the center and a copy of his signature.

Dates: 1911 - 1991

Washington to Petrograd - via Rome, 1917-10

Identifier: 2006.
Scope and Contents Reprint from The Masses of an editorial by Max Eastman. "When war was declared we called for some proof that it was a war for democracy...When Russia appealed to the Allies to declare for a peace upon the wise and democratic basis of 'no punitive indemnities, no forcible annexations, free development for all nationalities,' and the President [Wilson] echoed the British government in a flat refusal to consider these terms....If you believe in rule by the majority enroll today in The People's...
Dates: Publication: 1917-10

We Take Our Hats Off To You - Mr. Wilson, 1914

Identifier: 2001.029.4
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"The great American peace song." Cover page illustration includes photographic insets featuring Woodrow Wilson and the performing duo, Brice and King.

Dates: Copyright: 1914

What Does Article X Mean?, 1920

Identifier: 2006.012 OVRSZ 5
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Protest printed on verso an election ballot. Protest campaign against the US joining the League of Nations on verso the Republican ballot for the general election which includes Abbie B. Hillerman Repuclican candiate for President; Alice Robertson Republican candidate for Congress; John W. Harrel Republican candidate for US Senate; and others.

Dates: Issued: 1920

Wilson, Woodrow, 1922

Identifier: 1981.008.8
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"A Birthday Tribute to Woodrow Wilson" to be sung to the tune of "Auld Lang Syne".

Dates: Publication: 1922

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United States -- Foreign relations -- Europe. 1
United States -- Foreign relations -- Soviet Union. 1
World War, 1914-1918 -- Diplomatic history 1
World War, 1914-1918 -- Peace 1
World War, 1914-1918. 1