The dirty, cream-colored limestone sarcophogus of President Woodrow Wilson is built between two columns, separating the nave aisle from the outer aisle in the Washington National Cathedral's Wilson Bay.
You could walk right by it if you were in a hurry, but there it is, topped by a sculpted sword and in simple script: "Woodrow Wilson 1856 - 1924." There's no mention of his being the 28th president of the United States anywhere.
Now, there're a few clues in the bay, which is part of the south aisle of the cathedral nave.
Wilson probably would've been happy to have been buried here. He was born to the pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in Staunton, …