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Woodrow Wilson Bust (Marble) - $21.00

Faux marble bust depicting the 28th President of the U.S.A.


Woodrow Wilson Bust (Bronze) - $21.00

Faux bronze bust depicting the 28th President of the U.S.A.


Woodrow Wilson’s 1919 Pierce-Arrow Limousine Ornament - $20.00

This ornament commemorates President Woodrow Wilson's 1919 Pierce-Arrow Limousine. This 24 karat gold finished ornament is created exclusively for the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library and Museum.


BirthplaceCommemorativeOrnament - $20.00

Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library and Museum commemorative ornament featuring the West View of the Woodrow Wilson birthplace in stunning 3-D detail.


WWPL Hiking Staff Madallion - $4.00

This Hiking Staff Medallion may be gently shaped to fit on hiking staffs, paddles, etc. Pre-drilled holes for the included nails is recommended to affix your medallion. They can also be flattened and glued to any flat surface.


Logo Shot Glass - $6.00

Sand engraved shot glass with the official logo of the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library. Excellent detail.


Engraved 12 oz White Wine Glass - $17.00

Excellent detail on this sand engraved 12 oz. white wine glass /Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library at his Birthplace, Staunton, Virginia


Birthplace by Cats Meow Village - $19.50

A wooden replica of the manse where Woodrow Wilson was born from the Cat's Meow Historical Collection.


Handcrafted State Cutting Board - $30.00

Crafted from natural, organic hardwood this locally made cutting board includes a unique wooden cheese spreader. Perfect for entertaining.


Jackson Prayer Tree Pen - $69.00

As “Stonewall” Jackson and his men encamped between the Middle and South Rivers in Augusta County Virginia during the Valley campaign of 1862, they often gathered for prayer beneath a massive white oak tree. This tree became known as the “Stonewall Jackson Prayer Tree”. The tree stood for 350 years on the edge of a field owned by the Wilkerson family until the spring of 2011 when the diseased-weakened oak was blown down by high winds. Own a piece of history and enjoy a pen handcrafted from this legendary “Stonewall Jackson Prayer Tree” by the J. Hue Pen Company and local artisan Tim Kipps.


Woodrow Wilson Coin - $6.00

2013-P Presidential Dollar Coin featuring Woodrow Wilson.


Woodrow Wilson Embroidered Patch - $4.00

Woodrow Wilson, 28th President of the United States commemorative embroidered patch


WWPL Pierce-Arrow Mug - $9.00

Car and garden enthusiasts can keep their favorite beverage warm in these beautiful mugs.


650 ml Nalgene water bottle w/ logo - $11.00


16 ounce Travel Mug - $12.00

16 Ounce Travel Mug featuring the "Apple Orchard" print by Ellen Axson Wilson, May 1911. "The weather is beautiful here today, and I made a beginning at the painting, but did not accomplish much-better luck tomorrow. Everybody was trying apple blossom subjects and everybody swearing over them and declaring them impossible..." Ellen Wilson to Woodrow Wilson, May 22, 1911.


Tall English Tea Mug - $11.50

Blue and White 11 oz. tall English Tea Mug. Manse rendering reverses to the Pierce-Arrow Presidential limousine.


16 Oz. Cocoa Mug - $15.00

Large 16 oz. Cocoa Mug featuring Woodrow Wilson portrait superimposed over the Presbyterian Manse where Wilson was born with his "We grow great by dreams" quote


Manse Refrigerator Magnet - $6.00

Woodrow Wilson's birthplace as a laser cut full color shaped refrigerator magnet. 1/8" thick acrylic-faced composite wood


Woodrow Wilson Library Magnet - $5.00

Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library and Museum Quote Magnet "Do not follow people who stand still"


Pierce-Arrow Magnet - $3.50

Bring the classics back to the front- of your fridge that is. This 1919 Pierce-Arrow will remind you of a great made in the U.S.A. item.


$100,000 Bill Wilson Magnet - $3.00

Own your own $100,000 bill featuring President Wilson. You will feel rich each time you reach in for the milk.


Quote Magnet - $6.00

"If you want to make enemies try to change something..."


$10.00 Gift Certificate - $10.00

Give the Gift of History. Perfect for the History Lover in your life. Redeemable to use towards Museum and Birthplace Tours, Behind the Scene Tours, Object Tours, Special Events, and President’s Shop Merchandise. Sold in $10.00 denominations.


Logo Tote Bag - $20.00

Unique in design, this Intelli-Tote has two pockets to store accessories or a bottle of water. This 18"w x 15"h x 4"d bag also features a zippered main compartment and shoulder-length handles.


“Silver Wares” Bud Vase - $20.00

Bud vase by “Silver Wares”, a twist on traditional silver plate by Virginia artist Emily Dill. Since 1995 Emily has been changing the look of silverware by recycling it into jewelry and other interesting items. Emily works from her studio in Lanexa, Virginia where she keeps thousands of pieces of silver plate just waiting to be created into something new.


Woodrow Wilson Hat Pin - $6.50

Woodrow Wilson Birthplace, December 28, 1856, Hat Pin


Ellen Wilson/Daughters Coasters - $20.00

Robert Vonnoch's stunning portrait of Ellen Wilson and her three daughters reproduced in a lovely 4 piece 4"x 4" coaster set. Made from 1/8" thick tempered composite wood with image areas featuring a softly textured satin finish and soft felt backing.


Faux Leather Key Chain - $6.00

Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library and Museum faux leather key chain featuring Woodrow Wilson's favorite car, his Pierce-Arrow


Round Box w/Dogwood - $6.00

Virginia's Dogwood blossoms decorate the top of this oval jewelry box.


Birthplace Staffordshire Plate - $20.00

A Blue and white transfer ware Staffordshire plate featuring the beautiful garden view of the Manse where Woodrow Wilson was born.


Wilson Golf Ball Cubes w/ Logo - $6.00

These Titelist golf balls feature the Woodrow Wilson insignia. Great for Collectors!


Quote Bookmarks - $6.50

These US Postal Service Bookmarks show the first Woodrow Wilson Stamp and feature a quote from the 28th President of the U.S.


Woodrow Wilson Portrait - $4.00

8 1/2" x 11" unframed reproduction of Woodrow Wilson's photograph with signature


Birthplace Cross Stitch Kit - $17.00

A counted cross stitch kit featuring the beautiful garden view of the Manse where Woodrow Wilson was born. Finished size is 7 X 8.5 inches on 14 count Charles Craft Fabric.


Unframed 1846 United States Map - $5.00

A digitized 21.5" x 28" replica of the 1846 United States map currently on display in the Pastors Study of the Woodrow Wilson Birthplace.



did you know?

Wilson was president throughout World War I. He attempted to keep America out of the war and even won reelection with the slogan "He kept us out of war." Nonetheless, after the sinking of the Lusitania, continued run-ins with German submarines, and the release of the Zimmerman Telegram, America became involved. with the Lusitania, the continued harassment of American ships by German submarines, and the release of the Zimmerman Telegram meant that America joined the allies in April, 1917.

Woodrow Wilson was President when the 19th amendment was ratified in 1920 giving women the right to vote.

Wilson piloted the ship that brought America onto the world stage. He made the first steps of leading us out of isolationism, violating Washington's tenet of avoiding foreign entanglements.

He led America during World War I. His fervent hope was for the US to join a League of Nations, the precursor to the United Nations.

A Woodrow Wilson Quote: "Life does not consist in thinking, it consists in acting."

A Woodrow Wilson Quote: "The Constitution was not made to fit us like a straitjacket. In its elasticity lies its chief greatness."

A Woodrow Wilson Quote: "I believe in democracy because it releases the energies of every human being."

The Seventeenth Amendment was formally adopted on May 31, 1913. Wilson had been president for almost three months at the time. The amendment provided for the direct election of senators. Prior to its adoption, Senators were chosen by state legislatures.

Wilson was the first president to receive a PhD which he got in Political Science from Johns Hopkins University. He had received his undergraduate degree from the College of New Jersey, renamed Princeton University in 1896.

Woodrow Wilson could not read during the first decade of his life. Though undiagnosed, he may have suffered from a learning disability

Woodrow Wilson was known as "Tommy" until his college years.

Woodrow Wilson during his boyhood, helped establish the "Lightfoot Baseball Club" with his friends. Wilson played second base and was an avid sport fan throughout his adult life.

Woodrow Wilson was the first president to attend the Major League Baseball Fall Classic. He saw the debut of a young 20 year old pitcher by the name of George Herman "Babe" Ruth.

Woodrow Wilson was a graduate of Princeton University and Johns Hopkins University and the only president to hold an earned doctoral degree.

Woodrow Wilson image is on the $100,000 bill although it is no longer in circulation