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Andrew Holt Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS-1479
Abstract

This collection contains papers of Dr. Andrew David Holt, President of the University of Tennessee from June 1, 1959 to September 1, 1970. This material relates to speaking engagements made by Holt from the 1950s-1980s and illustrates his contributions to the development of education and leadership of students.

Dates: 1958-1987

Andrew J. Fletcher Political Circular

 Collection
Identifier: MS-3635
Abstract

Andrew J. Fletcher published this circular in order to refute accusations made by Mr. Bullen, his Republican opponent in the state senate race. Fletcher refutes the charges, turns several back on Bullen, and then adds additional ones.

Dates: 1857 July 7

Andrew J. Herndon Letter

 Collection
Identifier: MS-4009
Abstract

Written on August 14, 1862, Andrew J. Herndon writes a letter to his mother and sister from "camp near Tazwell [sic]" about life in the Army camp in Tennessee. He writes about his regiment having to march and asks how his family is doing. He also tells both his mother and sister to direct their letters to Knoxville, Tennessee.

Dates: 1862 August 14

Andrew J. Stephens Letter

 Collection
Identifier: MS-2781
Abstract

This collection consists of a single letter written by Stephens to Miss M. J. Brakebill of Knoxville, Tenn., on July 29, 1864. Postmarked from Loudon, Tenn. and written from Cumberland Gap, Tenn., the letter discusses the effect of the Civil War on Stephens. He mentions that he believes that "E. Tenn. will be releaved [sic] in a short time."

Dates: 1864 July 29

Andrew Jackson Bond

 Collection
Identifier: MS-2449
Abstract

This collection contains an 1822 bond for a $3,500 suit brought by Bennett Smith against the estate of his son-in-law John Hutchings. From Hutchings, Andrew Jackson's business partner, Smith sought to recover a debt arising over the sale of slaves. Andrew Jackson represented Hutchings' son, Andrew Jackson Hutchings, as guardian in the suit.

Dates: 1822 August 30

Andrew Jackson Broadside

 Collection
Identifier: MS-3325
Abstract

This broadside was issued as a public tribute to General Andrew Jackson after his death in 1845. It is entitled General Andrew Jackson and features a woodcut showing Jackson in his later years as well as a biographical sketch.

Dates: circa 1845-1850

Andrew Jackson Donelson and William Alexander Donelson Correspondence

 Collection
Identifier: MS-1722
Abstract These letters, spanning 1816 to 1870, are written by Andrew Jackson Donelson of Tennessee, plantation owner and political advisor and manager, as well as nephew of President Andrew Jackson. Several letters are also written by his son, William A. Doneslon while he was at the Kentucky Military Institute. The letters cover details such as plantation management and the hiring and dismissal of employees and "negroes" as well as much time devoted to the wishing well of family members. The...
Dates: 1816 November 14-1870 September 27

Andrew Jackson Donelson Correspondence

 Collection
Identifier: MS-3653
Abstract

This collection consists of sixteen Andrew Jackson Donelson correspondences about plantation life, slavery, and politics in Tennessee.

Dates: 1851 May 30-1869 August 3

Andrew Jackson Donelson Letters

 Collection
Identifier: MS-1158
Abstract

This collection consists of three letters, two of which are from Andrew Jackson Donelson. The other is addressed to Donelson. Two of the letters are written during his tenure as Andrew Jackson's private secretary. The other is written from Berlin during his service with President John Tyler.

Dates: 1831-1846

Andrew Jackson Inaugural Address Broadside

 Collection
Identifier: MS-3365
Abstract

This broadside, published by the Columbia Telescope (S.C.) on 1829 March 9, provides a transcript of the inaugural address that Andrew Jackson delivered on 1829 March 4 in Washington, D.C. In it, Jackson outlines his domestic and foreign policy goals and discusses his intention to stand for the rights of states, limit executive power, handle agriculture, commerce, and manufactures unequivocally, and ensure the fair treatment of the Indians.

Dates: 1829 March 9

Andrew Jackson Indenture Agreement

 Collection
Identifier: MS-1137
Abstract

This collection consists of a single document from May 17, 1798 detailing a land speculation indenture agreement between Andrew Jackson, Pierce Butler, and David Allison.

Dates: 1798 May 17

Andrew Jackson Indenture of Partition, Conveyance, and Release

 Collection
Identifier: MS-0735
Abstract

This indenture, made on December 5, 1822 and proven in January 1825, divides a 5,000 acre tract of land in Shelby County, Tennessee, between John Overton, James Winchester, Andrew Jackson, William Winchester, and George Winchester.

Dates: 1822 December 5, 1825 January

Andrew Jackson Land Grant to Seth Summers

 Collection
Identifier: MS-1087
Abstract

This collection is a document granting land to Seth Summers in Indianapolis, Indiana. The certificate is signed by President Andrew Jackson on August 5, 1834.

Dates: 1834 August 5

Andrew Jackson Letter

 Collection
Identifier: MS-2173
Abstract

In a letter dated March 22, 1829, Andrew Jackson writes from Washington, D.C. to William Donelson concerning Andrew Jackson Hutchings, a ward of Jackson and his wife Rachel.

Dates: 1829 March 22

Andrew Jackson Letter

 Collection
Identifier: MS-2926
Abstract

This collection houses a letter written (dictated) by Andrew Jackson to Colonel James Hamilton. In it, Jackson recommends his nephew, Samuel Jackson Hays, as a suitable suitor for Ms. Middleton, who was under the guardianship of Col. Hamilton.

Dates: undated

Andrew Jackson Letter

 Collection
Identifier: MS-3288
Abstract

President Andrew Jackson wrote this letter to General Callender Irvine from Washington on November 11, 1834. In it, he discusses a horse descended from Bollivar that Irvine has recently sent him.

Dates: 1834 November 11

Andrew Jackson Letter

 Collection
Identifier: MS-0902
Abstract

In this letter, Andrew Jackson introduces his adopted son Andrew Jackson Donelson to Reverend Holly of Tennessee University in Nashville. Jackson also inquires as to the possibility of sending another of his adopted sons and a nephew to the school.

Dates: 1822 February 27

Andrew Jackson Letter

 Collection
Identifier: MS-0219
Abstract

Andrew Jackson wrote this confidential letter to his friend Major William Lewis a few months before his death in 1845. In it, he discusses politics and mentions Buchanan, Tyler, and Polk specifically.

Dates: 1845 February 28

Andrew Jackson Letter

 Collection
Identifier: MS-2230
Abstract

In a November 16, 1844 letter to Elizabeth Donelson, former President Andrew Jackson writes that the bill of Major Andrew Jackson Donelson, Jackson's adopted nephew and private secretary, has been paid and cancelled.

Dates: 1844 November 16

Andrew Jackson Letter of Recommendation for Robert Beale

 Collection
Identifier: MS-0929
Abstract

Andrew Jackson wrote this letter to Secretary of State Edward Livingston to recommend Robert Beale for a clerk position in the U. S. Patent Office. Beale delivered the letter to Livingston in person.

Dates: 1832 March 5

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