Looking Back


100 years ago

Washington, March 4. -In the presence of a vast throng of his fellow citizens, Woodrow Wilson today stood in front of the east portico of the capitol and took the oath of president of the United States. Thomas R. Marshall already had been sworn in as vice-president, and with the completion of the ceremony the ship of state was manned by the Democratic party, which had been ashore for sixteen years.

President Wilson’s first act was to serve notice on office seekers that they will not be welcome at the White House unless they have been invited.

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