TRAVELLING WOODROW WILSON Large crowds gather to see US President Woodrow Wilson as he travels, making 37 speeches in 32 days, while promoting the establishment of the League of Nations. He is seen standing on the platform of a rail caboose, tipping his hat, shaking hands, waving, and seated in an open car with his wife, the First Lady.
PRESIDENT ON PARADE Standing in an open moving car, US President Woodrow Wilson tips his hat in salute to the onlookers lining the city street. Uniformed men flank the moving car, Secret Service men stand on the cars running boards, members of a military band walk along side and the rest of the parade is seen behind.
EARLY US AIRMAIL SERVICE Inauguration of US Airmail Service. Woodrow Wilson and the first lady send the first air letter to the postmaster of New York City. An Airmail truck, a pilot writes on the wing, the president shows the letter, putting mail in a sack, Wilson shakes hands with the pilot, the sacks are put in the plane, the pilot climbs in, the plane takes off.
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