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  1. Ellen Axson Wilson. Fue la primera esposa del vigésimo octavo Presidente de los Estados Unidos de América, Woodrow Wilson , y primera dama desde la ceremonia de investidura de Wilson en 1913 hasta su muerte, un año después.

  2. Ellen Axson Wilson was the first wife of President Woodrow Wilson and First Lady of the United States from 1913 until her death in 1914. "I am naturally the most unambitious of women and life in the White House has no attractions for me." Mrs. Wilson was writing to thank President Taft for advice concerning the mansion he was leaving.

  3. Ellen Louise Axson grew up in Rome, Georgia, where her father, the Reverend S.E. Axson, was a Presbyterian minister. Thomas Woodrow Wilson first saw her when he was about six and she only a baby. In 1883, as a young lawyer from Atlanta, “Tommy” visited Rome and met “Miss Ellie Lou” again — a beautiful girl now, keeping house for a bereaved father.

  4. Ellen Axson Wilson. Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, 1910. Courtesy: Library of Congress. The future 28th first lady was born in Savannah, Georgia, on May 15, 1860, and lived most of her childhood in Rome ...

  5. Ellen Axson Wilson (1860-1914), the first wife of President Woodrow Wilson, was a reform-minded First Lady and an artist in the American Impressionist style. Born in Savannah Georgia in 1860, Ellen demonstrated artistic ability from an early age. From 1875 to 1878 she studied art with Helen F. Fairchild at the Female College in Rome, Georgia.

  6. Ellen Wilson was 52 years old when she became first lady upon the inauguration of her husband, Woodrow Wilson, in 1913. Unfortunately, during the second year of Wilson’s first term, Ellen contracted the incurable kidney disorder known as Bright’s Disease. The Wilson’s oldest daughter, Margaret Woodrow Wilson, assumed the responsibilities ...

  7. The following year, Wilson married again, to Edith Bolling, who served as First Lady for the rest of Wilson’s time in the White House. Here are the stories of these two remarkable women who Wilson loved. Ellen Axson was born on May 15, 1860, in Savannah, Georgia. Her family was slave owners, and her father was a Presbyterian minister.