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Eleanor Wilson McAdoo on her wedding day.

Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo (16 October 1889 – 5 April 1967) was an American author who wrote about her famous father, Woodrow Wilson. She usually went by the nickname Nellie.

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Life

Born in Middletown, Connecticut, she married Wilson's Secretary of the Treasury William Gibbs McAdoo at the White House on May 7, 1914. [1] They had a daughter Ellen Wilson McAdoo (1915-1946)[2] and a second daughter, Mary Faith McAdoo (1920-1988). [3] She divorced McAdoo in 1934. [4]

Because she had written a biography about her father, she served as an informal counselor on the 1944 biopic Wilson.[5] In 1965, she became largely incapacitated after suffering a cerebral hemorrhage. McAdoo died at her home in Montecito, California at 77, and was interred at the Santa Barbara Cemetery, Santa Barbara, California. [6]

See also

Bibliography

  • The Woodrow Wilsons by Eleanor Wilson McAdoo (McMillan, 1937)
  • Julia and the White House "An American girl finds herself in the exciting yet sobering limelight of the White House" (Dodd, Mead, 1946)

References

  1. ^ Staff report (May 8, 1914). ELEANOR WILSON WEDS W.G. M'ADOO; President's Youngest Daughter and Secretary of Treasury Married at White House. New York Times
  2. ^ Staff report (May 22, 1915,). DAUGHTER IS BORN TO MRS. W. G. McADOO; President's Second Grandchild Will be Christened Ellen for the Late Mrs. Wilson.New York Times
  3. ^ Staff report (July 18, 1934). NEW M'ADOO BABY BORN PRIMARY NIGHT; A Second Daughter for ex-Secretary of the Treasury and the Former Miss Eleanor Wilson. New York Times
  4. ^ Staff report (July 18, 1934). Eleanor Wilson McAdoo Divorces Senator At Five-Minute Hearing on Incompatibility. New York Times
  5. ^ Knock, Thomas J. "History with Lightning": The Forgotten Film Wilson. American Quarterly, Vol. 28, No. 5 (Winter, 1976), pp. 523-543
  6. ^ Staff report (April 7, 1967). Mrs. Eleanor Wilson McAdoo, President's Daughter, 77, Dies; Former Wife of Treasury Chief Remained Dedicated to Her Father's Ideals.

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