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by dbking

"Presidential Artifacts"

President Wilson lived in this Georgian Revival-style house after he left office, creating a comfortable, unpretentious residence with his wife, Edith. It was in this house that Wilson breathed his last in an upstairs bedroom. The couple had collected items from all over the world, filling their home with eclectic wares. The collection spans over 8000 items and gives an insight into Wilson’s presidential legacy. Tours are also available on site and you can avail these to get a close-up view of the unique collection and interesting décor.
2340 South Street Northwest, Washington, DC, United States, 20008
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"Presidential Artifacts"
President Wilson lived in this Georgian Revival-style house after he left office, creating a comfortable, unpretentious residence with his wife, Edith. It was in this house that Wilson breathed his last in an upstairs bedroom. The couple had collected items from all over the world, filling their home with eclectic wares. The collection spans over 8000 items and gives an insight into Wilson’s presidential legacy. Tours are also available on site and you can avail these to get a close-up view of the unique collection and interesting décor.
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