Woodrow Wilson House
Washington, DC's only presidential museum is the home of Woodrow Wilson -- educator, president and world statesman-- who founded the League of Nations and shaped the modern US presidency. His public career and his life as a private citizen are traced in an impressive collection of White House objects, elaborate gifts of state from around the world, family items and personal mementos. Furnished as it was in Wilson's time, the fashionable 1915 house is a living textbook of modern American life in the 1920s -- from sound recordings to silent films, from flapper dresses to zinc sinks.
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