President Wilson imagined the world at peace and proposed a plan for achieving that vision. Nearly a century later, President Wilson’s challenge remains unfulfilled.
The President Woodrow Wilson House gives a special glimpse into the private life of Woodrow Wilson while preserving his important legacy for future generations. After serving as the twenty-eighth President of the United States, where he led the nation through World War I, won the Nobel Peace Prize and created the League of Nations, Woodrow Wilson moved to S Street in 1921 to reflect on his career as educator, president and world statesman.
Curator Stephanie Daugherty gives a tour of the “Images of the Great War” exhibition to C-SPAN.
To view the video, click here and then click on the right hand side on “American Artifacts: World War I Images” under the video playlist.
Associate Manager and Curator Stephanie Daugherty gave a tour to C-SPAN 3 of the “Images of the Great War: The European Offensives- 1914-1916, World War I Prints and Drawings from the Anne S.K. Brown Military Collection, Brown University Library” exhibition. This 30-minute segment was filmed as a part of the American Artifacts programming on
The airing of this segment coincides with the last few weeks of the exhibition, which closes on Sunday, November 9th. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the pieces in the exhibition from the curator herself.
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Woodrow Wilson House
Explore the history of the Woodrow Wilson House, home to President and Mrs. Wilson. Photo by Todd A. Smith Photography