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Woodrow Wilson at Shadow Lawn

Woodrow Wilson at Shadow Lawn
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Title: Woodrow Wilson at Shadow Lawn
Description: Woodrow Wilson campaigning for his second term as president. He is wearing a leather finger protector due to injury from too many handshakes that accompanied his speeches.

Image ID: 9675
October 28, 1916 
Underwood & Underwood
City, State: West Long Branch, New Jersey
Name File
Genre: Photograph
Subjects: Political campaigns
Public officers
Democratic Party (U.S.)

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