President and Mrs. Woodrow Wilson and their party preparing to leave a city by railroad train
United States USA Date:1916 Duration:28 sec Sound:NO SOUND
United States President Woodrow Wilson standing on a city street corner with a group of men, in January, 1916. They are all dressed for the cold. The President wears a fur collar coat and woolen gloves. Next, a large group of people is seen assembled around a building. Change of scene shows President Wilson and First lady Edith Wilson standing on the back of a railroad train. She is bundled up in a fur coat. Wilson is holding his hat. Mrs. Wilson leaves the platform and goes back into the rail car. The President says a few words from the platform. At about this time, Attorney General,Thomas Watt Gregory is seen far to the President's left (at right of picture). While the President and his party stand on the train platform, one member of the group checks his watch frequently, as if concerned about keeping their schedule.
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