There are many places where you can explore the building, collections and history of the Woodrow Wilson House online.
Check out selections below or link to them from the slide show of images.
The 15th Point: African American Messages in Music in Response to Wilson’s Racial Policies, explored African American political and social response to the Wilson administration’s segregation of the federal workforce through the lens and rise of the iconic music of the era, especially ragtime and jazz.
Retrospective exhibition of the work of 1st Lady Ellen Wilson, an accomplished American Impressionist who spent summers at the artist colonies in Old Lyme, CT and Cornish, NH.
Google 360 exploration of the Wilson House
Exhibitions on Women artists, Heath and Hygiene, Kitchens and more, featuring the Wilson House and items from our collection as well as other National Trust sites.
Search the NTHP Collections for Wilson House items and others nationwide.
As part of the series Art at Wilson House: Wilson and the World, Helen Zughaib’s Syrian Migration Series explored contemporary consequences of the post WWI peace through the lens of the current Syrian conflict and the mass migration it has triggered. Presented to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the 1919 Paris Peace Conference.
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