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NO COAT OF ARMS ON MRS. WILSON'S AUTO

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NO COAT OF ARMS ON MRS. WILSON'S AUTO

The Washington Herald
October 9, 1913


The huge new White House touring car for the use of Mrs. Wilson and her daughters bears no coat of arms of the United States.

This car, which will be used for social affairs only, is not an official vehicle of the President, and, therefore, Mrs. Wilson has asked that the crest which attracts so much attention to the White House cars be left off.



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