|Woodrow Wilson, Official White House Portrait, 1936, F. Graham Cootes|
|Woodrow Wilson, 1921, Edmund Tarbell, National Portrait Gallery|
|The wall map of forming the backdrop for the Rembski portrait reflects the post WW I national boundaries resulting from the Treaty of Versailles, which Wilson helped draft.|
|Portrait Of Woodrow Wilson, 1919, Sir William Orpen|
|The first wife, Ellen, by Frederic Yates (1906) .and Wilson's second wife, Edith, as seen by |
Adolfo Muller-Ury in her official White House portrait dating from sometime after
their marriage but before the end of Wilson's second term.
|Woodrow and Edith Wilson, a photo|
after the stroke which strongly suggests
her role as, in effect, co-president.
|Woodrow Wilson as seen by more recent artists.|