This portrait illustration of President Woodrow Wilson was done by Udo J. Keppler and was published in a book by Puck Press. The illustration spans the width of two pages, continuing over the fold of the book.
This bookplate is a woodcut print that was designed by Carl S. Junge and shows Woodrow Wilson seated at a desk with the image of the cathedral Notre-Dame de Reims behind him. The text reads "Behind the clouds the sun is still shining/ Out of the darkness unity must come. Woodrow Wilson." President Wilson visited the cathedral, located 80 miles from Paris in Reims, while in France for the Paris Peace Conference.
This portrait of President Woodrow Wilson was painted by Frank Graham Cootes, professionally known as F. Graham Cootes, and is Wilson's official presidential portrait. Wilson was president of his alma mater, Princeton University, from 1902-1910, when he was elected governor of New Jersey. He served as president from March 4, 1913 until March 4, 1921.
This portrait of Woodrow Wilson was one of three painted by American artist Stephen Seymour Thomas. Thomas painted this portrait in 1913, at the beginning of Wilson's presidency. Wilson had been governor of New Jersey and served as president from March 4, 1913 until March 4, 1921.
This portrait of Woodrow Wilson was painted by Irish artist William Newenham Orpen in early 1919, when Wilson attended the Paris Peace Conference to negotiate a treaty to end World War I. Orpen, who had completed several sketches and paintings of the war's brutal battlefields, became the official painter at the conference, also completing portraits of the prime ministers of Italy, France, and Britain. Wilson had been governor of New Jersey and served as president from March 4, 1913 until March 4, 1921.