President Woodrow Wilson leaving the White House and driving past waving spectators near the Capitol
Washington DC USA Date:1918, November Duration:44 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Activities in Washington DC, immediately following the armistice ending World War 1. President Woodrow Wilson exits the White House and enters a Pierce Arrow limousine, license plate number 80002, in the driveway. It drives away. Scene shifts to the Capitol, where the car, with Secret Service agents on its running boards, drives past a crowd of people, who wave at the President. The crowd disperses after the President's car passes. A number of uniformed soldiers are present amongst the crowd. One speaks with several of the people gathered, and demonstrates how a carrier pigeon is used. He fastens a message on a carrier pigeon,and then releases it. (World War I; World War 1; WWI; WW1)
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