Woodrow Wilson- 1930s Vintage Postcard- Boyhood Home- Wilson Memorial- Columbia, SC- South Carolina- Historical Landmark

(5 1/2 x 3 1/2 In) This is an original vintage Asheville Post Card Co. linen postcard from the 1930s. It shows a view of President Woodrow WIlson's boyhood home and memorial in Columbia, South Carolina.

"THIS HOME, WHERE WOODROW WILSON SPENT PART OF HIS YOUTH, was built in 1870 by the Rev. Joseph R. Wilson. father of Woodrow Wilson, who was a professor at the Columbia Theological Seminary. Rev. Joseph Wilson came to Columbia from Staunton, VA., where President Wilson was born in 1856. Upon arrival in Columbia, Dr. Wilson built the home after a plan made by his wife Jessie Wilson lived from his 14th to about his 18th year.", reads the description printed on the back.

The postcard is unused and is in EXCELLENT condition, light wear at the edges.

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