My Memoir

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My Memoir

By Edith Bolling Wilson
Bobbs-Merrill, 1938
386 pp. $3.50

This is the first book of memoirs ever to be published by the wife of an American President. Though Mrs. Wilson has refrained from revealing any important official secrets, her account of the war and of the postwar years inevitably contains impressions and facts of historical importance, in particular concerning Wilson's relations with his intimate friends, such as House and Tumulty.

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