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Text:"... that when EdithBollingGalt; r.inio into his life, she also became a, ] irt of him; became one ^ith him; be-j i ;iii0 an essence of the Wilson story. ! In the years that passed after March :: i: l3..."
Date:Mar 29 1925
Publication:Kansas City, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"... months in office a test of endurance and survival. EdithBollingGaltWilson, the president’s second wile, keeperol the Wilsonian flame for decade.s after his death, probably did not run the government..."
Date:Oct 4 1999
Publication:Marshall, Michigan, United States of America
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Text:"... his concluding Lawrence Knutson Washington Yesterday montlis in office a test of endurance and survival. EdithBollingGaltWilson, the president's second wife, keeper of the Wilsonian flame for decades..."
Date:Oct 4 1999
Publication:Lumberton, North Carolina, United States of America
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Text:"... here. Mrs. EdithBollingGalt, now Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, belonged to the commercial circle of Washington society. Outside Charmed Circle Regardless of the fact that the Bollings of Virginia rank..."
Date:Dec 19 1915
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... friend Wilson and his era. Professor Holmes”; Geraldine J story begins in 1900, with Fitzgerald as EdithBollingGalt; I Wilson an inconspicuous university Thomas Mitchell as Joseph TU-1 prudent. It ends..."
Date:Apr 6 1945
Publication:Stamford, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... ARCHIBALD BOLUNG—Married Catherine Gay and had ROBERT BOLUNG—(Mrs. Galt’s grandfather) ■who had WILLIAM HOLCOMB BOLLING — (Mrs. Galt’s father) who had EDITHBOLLING (GALT)—Who becomes Mrs. Wilson. Mrs. Galt..."
Date:Oct 17 1915
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"...* R K S I I) K. N 1 BORN: \ WiM J Rt December 28. 1856 in Staunton. Va. DIED: February 3, I*124 in Washington» D.C. MARRIED to Ellen Louise Axon WilsonEdithBollingGaltWilson WOODROW WILSON Woodrow..."
Date:Oct 19 2008
Publication:Johnstown, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...: December 28. Staunton, Va. DIED: February 3, 1924 in Washington, D C. MARRIED to Ellen Louise Axon WilsonEdithBollingGaltWilson Woodrow Wilson led the nation through international tension and World War I..."
Date:Feb 16 2009
Publication:Ashtabula, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... she saved the life of Smith, she must have been In her early 'teens, for her marriage to John Rolfe took place In March, 1613. PRESIDENT WILSON AND MRS. EDITH B. GALT. HIS FIANCEE, EX-AMINING A BASEBALL..."
Date:Oct 8 1915
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... Power Cost THE BOOK SHELF Reviews and Literary News For El Paso Edited by LAURA SCOTT MEYERS Obscurity To Fame MY MEMOIR. By EdithBollingWilson. Indianapolis: Bobbs-M errili. S3.50. Boxer Dog Entered..."
Date:Mar 11 1939
Publication:El Paso, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... the more cr^it to her! I’m glad there was a woman in ! (he White Hou.se who knew how to take the reins and use authority when it was pressed upon her.” ' ■' ‘¡'In writing “EdithBollingWilson, Mr. Hatch had..."
Date:Oct 15 1961
Publication:Wichita Falls, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"...-Merrill company, Indianapolis, Ind., publishes EdithBollingWilson's 386-page book, My Memoir.” A part of a teas printed in the Saturday Evening Post under the title “As I Saio It, and The Star reprinted and com..."
Date:Mar 13 1939
Publication:Kansas City, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"...' Jersey from 1911 to 1913; president since 1913. First wedding on June 24. 1885, to Miss Ellen Louise Axson, of Savannah, Ga. Widowed on August 6, 1914. The Bride—Mrs. EdithBollingGalt, widow or Norman..."
Date:Dec 18 1915
Publication:Miami, Arizona, United States of America
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Text:"... housekeeper, super-vi.«es the marketing and occasionally does It herself, usually prepares the menu and is herself a good cook. She i is interested in all duties of a houae- EdithBollingGalt, whose marriage..."
Date:Oct 17 1915
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... the most devoted family I ever saw’. They lived much of a rustic life and found great happiness in each other’s company, Mrs. Galt, who was EdithBolling tJien, was a beautiful girl, and her sister Anne, now..."
Date:Oct 10 1915
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... of the regicides of Serajevo. BARON BEYENS. “PRESIDENT WILSON HAS DRAWN A MATRIMONIAL PRIZE. SAYS BOSTON WOMAN CASTING MRS. GALT’S ft Horoscope of MRS. EDITHBOLLINGGALT BORN MONDAY, OCT. 14,1872, AT VA..."
Date:Dec 12 1915
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:".... William Bolling of lyonlsville. Ky.; Mrs. EdithBollingGalt; Mrs. Alexander H. Ga.lt, then Gertrude Bolling, whose husband wa.s a cousin of Norman Galt, late husband of Mr.s. EdithGalt. Standing..."
Date:Oct 12 1915
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... Woodrow Wilson, president of the United States, she wrote a thumbnail sketch of herself. So obvious is the revelation of Mrs. EdithBollingWilson’s personality and character that it projects itself..."
Date:Mar 11 1939
Publication:El Paso, Texas, United States of America
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Text:".... Bolling, John B. Bolling, Rolfe Bolling, William K. Bolling, Anna Lee. married M. II. Maury; Sallie, married Alex Galt; Edith, married Norman Galt; Bertha Bol-: ling, unmarried. 18.—EdithBolling, daughter..."
Date:Jan 5 1916
Publication:Albert Lea, Minnesota, United States of America
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Text:"...'S-662-9262, Wdld. HOME FURNISHINGS Vol* r«*M»mblanr« of 2nd Mr*. Wilson, the former Mrs. EdithBollingGalt I shown f I wearing » stuffed rare bird on hat, to first Mrs. Wilson, nee Ellen Axson (right..."
Date:May 21 1968
Publication:Woodland, California, United States of America