A recording of Woodrow Wilson from the 2012 campaign.
Ah, how our technology changes our perceptions of public figures. Until the internet this type of recording was not widely available. My perception of how Woodrow Wilson sounded was shaped five decades ago by the portrayal by Alexander Knox of Woodrow Wilson in the film Wilson (1944). Go here to view that movie. Where it is so easy now, with the internet, to hear the actual historical figure since the advent of recordings, films will have less ability to shape the perception of a historical figure. Of course when the original film was released 74 years ago, quite a few people in the audiences would have heard Wilson through recordings or in person. Now those people are all gone while the film remains, a memorial to Wilson as film director Daryl F. Zanuck, a fan of Wilson, intended it to be, but perhaps less of a memorial as time, and technology, march on.