Photo 2 shows where Wilson spent a great deal of his time: in the library among his books and memorabilia. The portrait over the mantel was commissioned after his death. Photo 3 is the drawing room of the Wilson retirement home. A copy of Mrs. Wilson's portrait shares the room with a mosaic of St. Peter, presented to the Wilsons at the Vatican during their tour of Europe in 1918.
Questions for Photos 2 & 3
1. What objects in the library and drawing room convey Wilson's social and economic position?
2. How did the Wilsons spend their leisure time? Compare with modern-day leisure activities. What has changed?
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