Books: Wilson at Home

MY AUNT LOUISA AND WOODROW WILSON— Margaret Axson Elliot—Chapel Hill ($3).

Georgia-born, orphaned Margaret Axson was raised by two remarkable relatives —in childhood by her Aunt Louisa; in adolescence by her brother-in-law Woodrow Wilson, then President of Princeton. Now, as Margaret Axson Elliott, wife of Princeton's onetime Dean Edward C. Elliott, the sister of the first Mrs. Wilson has recorded her memories of these guardians who taught her the value of principles, courage and tolerance. Readers of My Aunt Louisa and Woodrow Wilson are likely to neglect worthy Aunt Louisa, for the interest...

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