Armistice Day, 1922 - Woodrow Wilson standing in the doorway of his home. It was created in 1922.
President Woodrow Wilson and new grandson in 1915, less than a year after the death of his wife, Edith.
President Woodrow Wilson Here we present an absorbing photograph of Wilson, Woodrow. It was taken between 1916 and 1919 by Harris & Ewing. The photo shows United States.
Woodrow Wilson was president of the United States from 1913 to 1921. He kept America out of WWI until 1917, one year before it ended. He was a Democrat but was, "deeply racist in his thoughts and politics." "His administration racially segregated federal employees and the Navy." (Kim & Hana)
The Mississippi Civil Rights Workers Murders involve the lynching of James Earl Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Michael “Mickey” Schwerner by white Mississippians during the American Civil Rights Movement.
Woodrow Wilson scoured the budget looking for any way he could to cut costs, and he found it in an odd place: the groundskeeping costs of the White House Lawn. He enlisted the help of a flock of sheep. The sheep walked the White House lawns grazing on trees, shrubs and grass, and when summertime came along, Wilson shaved their wool and sold it to raise money for the Red Cross relief effort overseas.
webofhistory: William Howard Taft holding a golf club in 1909. He looks a little like Robotnik (Dr. Eggman) to me.
I've not seen him from this angle before. He really was a big guy. ("William H. Taft - 27th President of the United States")
ourpresidents: Yellowstone National Park was created on this day in 1872 by President Ulysses S. Grant. Sixty four years later, a young man named Gerald R. Ford would serve as a Yellowstone Park Ranger. Here’s future president Ford wearing his National Park Ranger uniform, in front of a Yellowstone Park office. 08/1936