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Wilson on Board U.S.S. George Washington

Wilson on Board U.S.S. George Washington

Local Accession Number: 182 ..Description: President Wilson on the bridge of the U.S.S. George Washington en route to England and Paris for the Peace Conference. .From left to right: Edith Benham (Secretary to ... more

U.S.S. George Washington

U.S.S. George Washington

Local Accession Number: 2395..Description: U.S.S. George Washington at sea...Photographer: Unknown..Source: Donated by John Zilliox..Size: 3x5..Medium: Photocopy, Black and White..Date: 1918?

U.S.S. George Washington

U.S.S. George Washington

Local Accession Number: 184..Description: The U.S.S. Washington at sea, carrying President Wilson et al. to Europe for the Peace Conference. ..Photographer: U.S. Signal Corps..Source: Research Library, 20th Cen... more

U.S.S. George Washington

U.S.S. George Washington

Local Accession Number: 186..Description: President Wilson and Captain McCauley on the bridge of the U.S.S. George Washington...Photographer: U.S. Signal Corps..Source: Research Library, 20th Century Fox..Size:... more

Wilson on Board U.S.S. George Washington

Wilson on Board U.S.S. George Washington

Local Accession Number: 182 ..Description: President Wilson on the bridge of the U.S.S. George Washington en route to England and Paris for the Peace Conference. .From left to right: Edith Benham (Secretary to ... more

U.S.S. George Washington

U.S.S. George Washington

Local Accession Number: 186..Description: President Wilson and Captain McCauley on the bridge of the U.S.S. George Washington...Photographer: U.S. Signal Corps..Source: Research Library, 20th Century Fox..Size:... more

U.S.S. George Washington

U.S.S. George Washington

Local Accession Number: 2395..Description: U.S.S. George Washington at sea...Photographer: Unknown..Source: Donated by John Zilliox..Size: 3x5..Medium: Photocopy, Black and White..Date: 1918?

Wilson Disembarking U.S.S. George Washington

Wilson Disembarking U.S.S. George Washington

Local Accession Number: 185..Description: The President and Mrs. Wilson, disembarking the U.S.S. Washington, en route to Europe for the Paris Peace Conference...Photographer: U.S. Signal Corps..Source: Research... more

Wilson on Board U.S.S. George Washington

Wilson on Board U.S.S. George Washington

Local Accession Number: 182 ..Description: President Wilson on the bridge of the U.S.S. George Washington en route to England and Paris for the Peace Conference. .From left to right: Edith Benham (Secretary to ... more

Wilson Disembarking U.S.S. George Washington

Wilson Disembarking U.S.S. George Washington

Local Accession Number: 185..Description: The President and Mrs. Wilson, disembarking the U.S.S. Washington, en route to Europe for the Paris Peace Conference...Photographer: U.S. Signal Corps..Source: Research... more

U.S.S. George Washington

U.S.S. George Washington

Local Accession Number: 186..Description: President Wilson and Captain McCauley on the bridge of the U.S.S. George Washington...Photographer: U.S. Signal Corps..Source: Research Library, 20th Century Fox..Size:... more

Wilson Disembarking U.S.S. George Washington

Wilson Disembarking U.S.S. George Washington

Local Accession Number: 185..Description: The President and Mrs. Wilson, disembarking the U.S.S. Washington, en route to Europe for the Paris Peace Conference...Photographer: U.S. Signal Corps..Source: Research... more

U.S.S. George Washington

U.S.S. George Washington

Local Accession Number: 184..Description: The U.S.S. Washington at sea, carrying President Wilson et al. to Europe for the Peace Conference. ..Photographer: U.S. Signal Corps..Source: Research Library, 20th Cen... more

Wilson's Arrival at Brest, France

Wilson's Arrival at Brest, France

Local Accession Number: PC 102..Description: Wilson arrives in Brest, France for the Paris Peace Conference...Photographer: Unknown..Source: Unknown..Size: 3.5x5.5..Medium: Print, Sepia..Date: 1918

Wilson's Arrival at Brest, France

Wilson's Arrival at Brest, France

Local Accession Number: PC 102..Description: Wilson arrives in Brest, France for the Paris Peace Conference...Photographer: Unknown..Source: Unknown..Size: 3.5x5.5..Medium: Print, Sepia..Date: 1918

U.S.S. George Washington

U.S.S. George Washington

Local Accession Number: 2395..Description: U.S.S. George Washington at sea...Photographer: Unknown..Source: Donated by John Zilliox..Size: 3x5..Medium: Photocopy, Black and White..Date: 1918?

U.S.S. George Washington

U.S.S. George Washington

Local Accession Number: 184..Description: The U.S.S. Washington at sea, carrying President Wilson et al. to Europe for the Peace Conference. ..Photographer: U.S. Signal Corps..Source: Research Library, 20th Cen... more

Wilson's Arrival at Brest, France

Wilson's Arrival at Brest, France

Local Accession Number: PC 102..Description: Wilson arrives in Brest, France for the Paris Peace Conference...Photographer: Unknown..Source: Unknown..Size: 3.5x5.5..Medium: Print, Sepia..Date: 1918

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