Her father was the president, of Princeton University. He wrote:
On Being Human (1897) and
The New Freedom (1913), among other books.
She adopted a kitten from the founder of an artist's colony, Florence Griswold. The kitten was named "Mittens."
She lived her last years at an ashram in India, and died there February 12, 1944.
Her name is Margaret Woodrow Wilson. She served as her father's hostess, briefly, when he was president of the United States.