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Did Woodrow Wilson's wife sign any documents for him after he had a stroke?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Garrett Meadows 16 hours ago. 2 Replies

I read that after Woodrow Wilson had a stroke, his wife went to great lengths to sequester Wilson away from politicians and the public. She served as his intermediary. On several occasions she took…Continue

Is this Gary Cooper the real deal?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Garrett Meadows Apr 26. 4 Replies

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Any celebrity who insisted on signing his/her own materials?

Started Jan 17 0 Replies

I read that early in career, Joan Crawford signed all her own letters and photographs. She felt she owe it to her fans. However, as her fame grew, it became impossible for her to sign all requests,…Continue

 

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Garrett Meadows replied to Garrett Meadows's discussion Did Woodrow Wilson's wife sign any documents for him after he had a stroke?
"Thank you for the response.  I know that Mrs. Wilson went to great lengths to minimize her husband's impairment for fear that he might be declared unable to hold the office of president and be removed. "
16 hours ago
JK replied to Garrett Meadows's discussion Did Woodrow Wilson's wife sign any documents for him after he had a stroke?
"There might well have happened but I am not specifically aware of it. I do know that Edith Bolling Wilson's handwriting was very different than his. "
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Did Woodrow Wilson's wife sign any documents for him after he had a stroke?

I read that after Woodrow Wilson had a stroke, his wife went to great lengths to sequester Wilson away from politicians and the public. She served as his intermediary. On several occasions she took documents in to Wilson for his signature. If Wilson couldn't write or write very legibly, I've often wondered if she signed in his stead. kind regardsGarrett Meadows See More
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Garrett Meadows posted discussions
Apr 26
Garrett Meadows replied to Garrett Meadows's discussion Is this Gary Cooper the real deal?
"I didn't think so."
Apr 26
Garrett Meadows replied to Garrett Meadows's discussion Is this Gary Cooper the real deal?
"thank you"
Apr 26
David Lewis replied to Garrett Meadows's discussion Is this Gary Cooper the real deal?
"This is not real."
Apr 26
Etienne replied to Garrett Meadows's discussion Is this Gary Cooper the real deal?
"Sorry....Not even close."
Apr 26
Martin Peters replied to Garrett Meadows's discussion JFK's last autograph
Jan 17
Mikex replied to Garrett Meadows's discussion What was the appeal of Greta Garbo? (I know this may be out of the purview of this forum)
"The actors of the studio era had little choice in their own image. When they signed a contract, they were signing away their identity. Their entire life was controlled by the studio. "
Jan 17
Etienne replied to Garrett Meadows's discussion What was the appeal of Greta Garbo? (I know this may be out of the purview of this forum)
"In the so-called "studio era" which each of your names were products of, the publicists and actors were partners in creating images and personas for them as stars.  Their accessibility was also controlled and measured. In our era of…"
Jan 17
Mikex replied to Garrett Meadows's discussion What was the appeal of Greta Garbo? (I know this may be out of the purview of this forum)
"Some high profile stars probably don't know who they are. I would imagine being idolised by millions of people would give anyone a warped sense of reality. A false reality at that. "
Jan 17
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Jan 17
Garrett Meadows replied to Garrett Meadows's discussion JFK's last autograph
"There were also two inscribed and autographed photos of JFK he signed right before leaving D.C. for Fort Worth. I forget who the photos were for or whether the photos were ever given to the intended recipients. "
Jan 17
Garrett Meadows replied to Garrett Meadows's discussion What was the appeal of Greta Garbo? (I know this may be out of the purview of this forum)
"Good point. Likewise, I didn't care for Marlene Dietrich. I always got the idea they were always playing "movie stars" in public. Joan Crawford and Lana Turner were well-known for playing the "movie star" in interviews and…"
Jan 17
Garrett Meadows replied to Garrett Meadows's discussion Which celebrity signed the fewest autographs?
"I had read that Neil Armstrong was notoriously stingy and downright rude about not giving autographs. If the biographical info I've read about Armstrong is remotely close to the truth, he was odd and peculiar in his habits and personality.…"
Jan 17

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