Library & Archives
The Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library houses a unique collection of materials by and about Wilson, his life, his times, and his legacy. Research at the Library is by appointment only to ensure a valuable and productive experience. Hours are Monday – Friday, 9:00 – 5:00. Please contact Peggy Dillard, Director of the Library and Archives, at email@example.com.
The Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library archive houses a variety of collections covering Woodrow Wilson's life and times, his political career and family life including letters, diaries, scrapbooks, speeches, newspaper clippings, and articles by Wilson himself and those who knew him. In addition, the Library archives contain over 2400 photographs, which depict Woodrow Wilson, his family, political campaigns, officials in his two presidential administrations, and events in his life and times. The main collection of Wilson's papers are held by the Library of Congress
The Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library contains important primary and secondary source reference materials, such as the 69-volume documentary edition of the Papers of Woodrow Wilson edited by Arthur S. Link. Other sources include works by those who knew Wilson best such as Edith Bolling Wilson, John Randolph Bolling, Stockton Axson, and Wilson's daughter Eleanor, to name but a few. The Library collection also contains memoirs of those who worked with Wilson in an official capacity and houses an array of official and non-official governmental volumes concerning the two Wilson administrations and World War I.
The Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library has undertaken to obtain digitized copies of most of the writings of Woodrow Wilson and make them available in a searchable database. In partnership with other select repositories holding Woodrow Wilson documents, our goal is to make Wilson's papers available to scholars, citizens, and students of all ages. Use the links on the sidebar menu to enter and explore the eLibrary.
The Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library has joined Flickr Commons to increase public access to our photograph collection. Flickr Commons makes it possible for the public to contribute their own knowledge and participate in the process of making the images even more available by tagging and commenting on them. To access our Flickr Commons page, click here.
All images that are uploaded to The Commons are marked as having "no known copyright restrictions," indicating that the images are in "the public domain" either because the copyright has expired or because no evidence has been found that copyright restrictions apply.
Our images are meant for personal enjoyment, educational and research purposes. For questions regarding high quality reproduction or fees related to commercial use, please contact Peggy Dillard at firstname.lastname@example.org