HELP US DIGITIZE 100 YEARS OF THIS MAN'S HISTORY.
(Hint: He's a United States President)
of Irreplaceable Historical Documents
Access To History
could be lost forever
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Considered one of the most influential Presidents in United States History, Woodrow Wilson’s achievements and leadership qualities have been documented and noted by historians and political scientists for generations.
Where are his original notes & documents?
And can we have access to them?
The answer is a resounding
YES WE CAN!
but only with your help.
about what we want to preserve & how we’re going to do it.
WHO IS THIS MAN & WHY IS HE SO IMPRESSIVE?
Listed as one of the five most important U.S. presidents by historians,
President Woodrow Wilson made many lasting positive impacts upon this nation.
Here are a few of his accomplishments:
The only President who held a PhD.
Won a Nobel Peace Prize.
Women received the right to vote.
Established the Federal Reserve System.
President of Princeton University in 1902.
Governor of New Jersey in 1910.
Started the observance of Mother’s Day.
He led the U.S. through World War I.
He was the first president to:
Personally deliver what is known today as
the “State of the Union Address”.
Hold regular news conferences.
Cross the Atlantic Ocean while in office.
Attend Major League Baseball – he saw the debut of a young 20 year old pitcher by the name of George Herman “Babe” Ruth.
Wouldn’t it be great?
If all of his works were in one place?
We could go to one – and only one – digital archive to research his works.
If his documents were preserved forever?
We could begin the preservation process now.
If you and I had digital access?
We could access his papers within seconds, over the internet.
We think it would, but we need your help.
With our partnerships, we have the expertise, and the tools – now we need the funds to make it happen.
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