Ellen Wilson (1885-1914) † Edith Wilson (1915-1924) Beroep Politicus Politicoloog Historicus Hoogleraar: Religie Presbyterianisme: Handtekening 28e president van de Verenigde Staten; Aangetreden 4 maart 1913: Einde termijn 4 maart 1921: Voorganger William Howard Taft: Opvolger Warren G. Harding: 34e gouverneur van New Jersey; Aangetreden 17 ...
Much of its research was conducted in the Library's Manuscript Division, including the papers of the NAACP and the National Women's Trade League, as well as the personal papers of Kermit and Belle Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt Jr. and Edith Bolling Galt Wilson, second wife of President Wilson. Colleen Shogan, senior vice...
Wilson was deeply affected by the loss, falling into depression. On March 18, 1915, Wilson met Edith Bolling Galt at a White House tea. Galt was a widow and jeweler who was also from the South. After several meetings, Wilson fell in love with her, and he proposed marriage to her in May 1915.
Archibald Bolling (1806–1862), ∞ 1835 : Anne Wigginton (1809–1898) William Holcomb Bolling (1837–1899), ∞ 1860 : Sallie Spiers White (1843–1925) Edith White Bolling (1872–1961), ∞ 1896 : Norman Galt (1864–1908); ∞ 1915 : Thomas Woodrow Wilson, 28th President of the United States (1856–1924)
Woodrow Wilson: 4. März 1913 52 Jahre und 293 Tage 6. August 1914 6. August 1914 19805 Tage (54 Jahre und 83 Tage) Margaret Woodrow Wilson: 16. April 1886 Woodrow Wilson (Vater) 6. August 1914 28 Jahre und 112 Tage 18. Dezember 1915 10283 Tage 12. Februar 1944 21120 Tage (57 Jahre und 302 Tage) 30 Edith Wilson (geborene Bolling) 15.
Edith Kermit Carow Roosevelt. Theodore Roosevelt. ... Edith Bolling Galt Wilson. Woodrow Wilson. December 18, 1915 – March 4, 1921. 43. Florence Mabel King Harding.
10/12/2020 · During his first term in office, Wilson instituted the income tax. Although he spent much of his administration vowing to keep the U.S. out of World War I, he asked Congress to declare war on Germany in 1917. Wilson's first wife, Ellen, died in 1914. Wilson remarried a year later to Edith Bolling Galt.