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U.S.S. George Washington

U.S.S. George Washington

Wilson and King Albert in Adinkerke, Belgium

Parading Through Paris

Brussels, Belgium

Parading Through Paris

U.S.S. George Washington

Passing Through Belgium

Parading through Paris

Picnic in Houthoulst, Belgium

American Soldiers in Europe

President and Mrs. Wilson and Other Dignitaries at Longchamp

Nieuport, Belgium Battlefield

American Soldiers in Europe

Dr. Cary T. Grayson and Captain Edward McCauley, Jr.

American Soldiers with Photographer

Orchestra Room

Destruction of Reims Cathedral

British Female Munitions Worker

Going Through Paris

Wilson in Paris

Going Through Paris

Main Staircase

Orchestra Room

Assembly Room Ward

Grand Vestibule

Wilson and American Flag

Woodrow Wilson and American Flags

Wilson on the Bridge of the U.S.S. George Washington

Parading Through Paris

Nieuport, Belgium Battlefield

Baruch and Grayson

Wilson at Marchinnes-au-Pont, Belgium

Salle de l'Horloge during the Paris Peace Conference

President and Mrs. Wilson and Other Dignitaries at Longchamp

American Soldiers in Europe

Nieuport, Belgium Battlefield

Wilson's with the King and Queen of Belgium

Wilson and American Flag

Wilson Disembarking U.S.S. George Washington

Destruction of Reims Cathedral

Woodrow Wilson and American Flags

Wilson Disembarking U.S.S. George Washington

Wilson Disembarking U.S.S. George Washington

Going Through Paris

Baruch and Grayson

Wilson on the Bridge of the U.S.S. George Washington

Picnic in Houthoulst, Belgium

Leaving S Street House for Armistice Day Celebration

Wilson and King Albert in Adinkerke, Belgium

Parading Through Paris

U.S.S. George Washington

Parading through Paris

Brussels, Belgium

Nieuport, Belgium Battlefield

Wilson on the Bridge of the U.S.S. George Washington

Adinkerke, Belgium Railway Station

Baruch and Grayson

Dr. Cary T. Grayson and Captain Edward McCauley, Jr.

Main Staircase

Grand Vestibule

Y.M.C.A. Eagle Hut

Main Staircase

Woodrow Wilson and American Flags

British Female Munitions Worker

Wilson in Paris

Wilson and American Flag

American Soldiers with Photographer

Wilson's with the King and Queen of Belgium

Leaving S Street House for Armistice Day Celebration

Brussels, Belgium

U.S.S. George Washington

Passing Through Belgium

Picnic in Houthoulst, Belgium

Wilson and King Albert in Adinkerke, Belgium

Parading Through Paris

Parading Through Paris

Nieuport, Belgium Battlefield

Y.M.C.A. Eagle Hut

Orchestra Room

Y.M.C.A. Eagle Hut

Assembly Room Ward

Assembly Room Ward

Grand Vestibule

U.S.S. George Washington

Wilson at Marchinnes-au-Pont, Belgium

Leaving S Street House for Armistice Day Celebration

Parading through Paris

Passing Through Belgium

Wilson at Marchinnes-au-Pont, Belgium

Adinkerke, Belgium Railway Station

Adinkerke, Belgium Railway Station

Wilson in Paris

Wilson's with the King and Queen of Belgium

President and Mrs. Wilson and Other Dignitaries at Longchamp

Salle de l'Horloge during the Paris Peace Conference

Dr. Cary T. Grayson and Captain Edward McCauley, Jr.

American Soldiers with Photographer

Nieuport, Belgium Battlefield

British Female Munitions Worker

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