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Travel-Trip-WWI-Woodrow Wilson House

This undated image provided by the President Woodrow Wilson House in Washington D.C. shows the drawing room in the house in Washington D.C. where he lived after leaving office. Wilson’s wife Edith wanted to buy the home partly because there was room on the wall to hang a 17th century tapestry that had been a gift to the Wilsons from France. Wilson sent U.S. troops to Europe during World War I and this summer marks 100 years since the start of the war. Tours of the home offer insights into Wilson’s life and legacy. (AP Photo/President Woodrow Wilson House)

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