Woodrow Wilson and the Great War

Running November 8 – December 22, 2018

In honor of the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, this exhibition examines the “Great War,” fought from 1914-1918, and the presidency of Woodrow Wilson during the war. The approach used in this exhibition illustrates the multitude of perspectives that can be considered to raise questions about historical events and legacies.

This exhibition has been curated by Lewis University and the Naper Settlement in Illinois and its tour across the United States is ending here in Princeton, Woodrow Wilson’s alma mater and home for over a decade.

Woodrow Wilson in front of his home at 72 Library Place.