President Wilson's visit and a thank you card from Mrs. Woodrow Wilson

In 1919, the presidential train made a stop in Oxnard and
President Woodrow Wilson and Mrs. Wilson appeared on the platform

The following newspaper article appeared in the Oxnard Daily Courier and is dated September 19, 1919

Part of that article reads:
"There was none who thot of presenting the first lady of the land with a bouquet of flowers - nor with anything else.
  Not so with Peacock.  He was there with the goods - a box of candy."

President Wilson visit - Oxnard Daily Courier name

President Wilson visit - body of article

On September 21, 1919 (judging from the postmark on the envelope), a thank arrived from
Mrs. Woodrow Wilson thanking my grandfather for the candy he presented to her and the President.

The front of the cardThe back of the card

front of thank you From Mrs Woodrow Wilson back of thank you From Mrs Woodrow Wilson

The envelope in which the card came

envelope for thank you From Mrs Woodrow Wilson

On September 22, 1919 an article appeared in the Oxnard Daily Courier
about my grandfather receiving the card

News article about thank you card - Oxnard Daily Courier name

News article about thank you card - body of article

The envelope in which my grandfather kept the above "treasures"

treasure envelope