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Woodrow Wilson DS

Woodrow Wilson Signed Military Commission [American President]

Document signed "Woodrow Wilson" as President and "Lindley M. Garrison" as Secretary of War; October 24, 1914, one page on vellum, with engravings of eagle and colors and equipment and with blue wafer seal of the War Office.

"Know Ye, That reposing special trust and confidence in the patriotism, valor, fidelity, and abilities of Philip Work, I have nominated, and by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, do appoint him First Lieutenant in the Medical Reserve Corps of the Army of the United States."

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Woodrow Wilson DS

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“To all who shall see these presents greeting: Know Ye, That reposing special trust and confidence in the patriotism, valor, fidelity, and abilities of Edwin St. J. Greble and do appoint him Brigadier General in the service of the United States.”

Document signed “Woodrow Wilson” As President and “Newton D. Baker” as Secretary of War; Washington, D.C., October 13, 1916, vellum, and engraved eagle and “E Plurbis Unim” motto, and with blue paper War Office seal.

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Woodrow Wilson Signed Military Commission [American President]

Document signed "Woodrow Wilson" as President and "Newton D. Baker" as Secretary of War; February 16, 1919, one page on vellum, with engraving of eagle and with embossed War Office stamp.

"Know Ye, That reposing special trust and confidence in the patriotism, valor, fidelity, and abilities of Charles P. Summerall, I have nominated, and by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, do appoint him Brigadier General."

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sx: Woodrow Wilson Military Commission Document Signed [American President]

Document signed "Woodrow Wilson" as President and "Newton D. Baker" as Secretary of War; February 25, 1920, one page on vellum, with engraving of eagle and with embossed War Office stamp.

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sx: ww: Woodrow Wilson Typed Letter Signed [American President]

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Princeton, New Jersey 5 March, 1898. Mr. John S. Phillips, McClure’s Magazine, New York, My dear Mr. Phillips, I wish I could say at once that I would write the essay you want, and I assure you that I should esteem McClure’s as "proper an organ" as I could [issire]. That is not the trouble. The trouble is that I am not a ready writer, and that I simply have not the time for such an essay as I would be willing to have you accept. I have had your kind letter of last summer in mind ever since I replied to it; and I have a subject under pressure upon which I want to write you a paper, of the literary kind. But I must do first the necessary tasks of my profession, and I may in the meantime offer you an essay which is a careful by-product of my lecture work, but which is in no sense "timely". I have not the time or the readiness to be up-to-date, I am sorry to say. With sincerest appreciation of your kindness, Sincerely Yours, Woodrow Wilson

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February 20th, 1907. My dear Sir:- The task you ask me to undertake for the Sunday World is much too great a one. It would be extremely difficult to express in just terms any brief general estimate of our national situation, and I cannot think that these generalizations are of very much value. Very sincerely yours, Woodrow Wilson  Mr. Alexander Black The New York World

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