|Title||Souvenir card with color photo of President Woodrow Wilson issued by Frank Cordts Furniture Co., Hoboken, ca. 1918-1919.|
|Object Name||Card, Souvenir|
|Collection||World War I Collection|
|Scope & Content||
Souvenir card with color photo of President Woodrow Wilson issued by Frank Cordts Furniture Co., Washington, 2nd and Bloomfield Streets, Hoboken, N.J. No date, circa 1918-1919. 5" wide x 7" high; heavily chipped with tears.
Appears to be a real hand-colored photographic print.
Back is imprinted in black type:
The Government Protects Your Home. We Beautify It. Frank Cordts Furniture Co., Washington, 2nd and Bloomfield Streets, Hoboken, N.J.
President Wilson arrived at Hoboken aboard the U.S.S. George Washington on July 8, 1919 as he returned from peace talks in Europe. There was motorcade on Washington Street, Hoboken, with the President (and General John J. Pershing) circa July 8th or 9th. The parade would have passed by Cordts. This advertising item may have been a souvenir of this event.
Wilson, President Woodrow
|Year Range from||1918.0|
|Year Range to||1919.0|
World War I
Cordts Furniture Co. (Frank Cordts)
Frank Cordts Furniture
200 Washington St.
|Caption||front: photo of Woodrow Wilson|
Business & Commerce
Government & Politics
Parades & Pageants