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SUFFRAGE: A pro-suffrage poster featuring the words of Woodrow Wilson

Wilson was not initially a supporter of women’s right to vote, but eventually proponents, like Carrie Chapman Catt, helped change his mind. The words on the poster are from an address to congress Wilson made in favor of the suffrage amendment.

A pro-suffrage poster featuring the words of Woodrow Wilson Wilson was not initially a supporter of women’s right to vote, but eventually proponents, like Carrie Chapman Catt, helped change his mind.

Governor James M. Cox of Ohio and Franklin D. Roosevelt of New York, arriving at the White House for conference with the president

Franklin D. Roosevelt with Governor James M Cox of Ohio waiting in front of the White House for a conference with the President

6. John Q. Adams "1825 to1829" before he became president he was a diplomat, a Senator and member of the House of Representatives.

John Q. Adams before he became president he was a diplomat, a Senator and member of the House of Representatives.

Gerald Ford leaves his Alexandria home to go be president the day after he was sworn in. He hadn't even had time to move into the VP's house, vacated by Agnew, before Nixon resigned and Ford found out his next residence would be the White House. A crazy turn of events.

Gerald Ford leaves his Alexandria home to go be president the day after he was sworn in. He hadn't even had time to move into the VP's house, vacated by Agnew, before Nixon resigned & Ford found out his next residence would be the White House.

President Coolidge and Helen Keller 1926

Helen Keller Met Charlie Chaplin In 1919, And The Rest Was History

President Calvin Coolidge and Helen Keller- Keller is remembered as a world famous speaker, author, and political activist. Keller was both blind and deaf from birth.

Woodrow Wilson and Wife by  Unknown Artist

March 1917 - Woodrow Wilson and his wife Edith Bolling Wilson riding in the backseat of a carriage on their way to his second inauguration.

March 4, 1933: First Inauguration of Franklin D. Roosevelt

The longest-serving president in American history and leader through the Great Depression and World War II, Franklin Delano Roosevelt is considered by many to be our greatest president.

Edith Wilson: As the wife of invalided Woodrow Wilson, she ran the United States from behind the throne

A portrait of First Lady Edith Wilson, second wife of President Woodrow Wilson

King George V Children | America joined World War I as an ally of Great Britain. After the war ...

President of the USA 1913 - the photo shows him at Buckingham Palace on his 1918 visit. Left to right: Mrs Wilson, Queen Mary, President Wilson, King George V, Princess Mary.

Branson and Baby Sybil

President Woodrow Wilson and new grandson Probably the WORST PRESIDENT the country's ever had responsible for the Federal Reserve and the decline of everything since then.

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