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Johnson, Andrew, 1808-1875 -- Correspondence.

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Andrew Johnson Letter

Identifier: MS-3798

Four page personal correspondence between Andrew Johnson and his son, Robert Johnson, dated February 7, 1859 from Washington City.

Dates: 1859 February 7

Andrew Johnson Letter

Identifier: MS-2213

Andrew Johnson, then serving in the U. S. House of Representatives, writes from Elizabethton, Tenn., to his son-in-law David T. Patterson on July 10, 1845, describing the political scene and campaigning action in East Tennessee.

Dates: 1845 July 10

Andrew Johnson Letter to E. M. Stanton

Identifier: MS-0930

Andrew Johnson wrote this letter to E. M. Stanton while the latter was serving as Secretary of War in order to commend his friend Edward Hazzard East to him.

Dates: 1865 June 20

Andrew Johnson Letters

Identifier: MS-0763

This collection includes two letters written by Andrew Johnson. The letters are dated March 3, 1863 and February 4, 1865 and are written from Nashville, Tennessee.

Dates: 1863 March 3, 1865 February 4

Andrew Johnson Papers

Identifier: MS-3006
Abstract The first document in this collection is a reproduction of an 1835 contract of indentured servitude establishing that Alexander Morehead will work in Johnson's Greeneville, Tennessee tailor shop while Johnson is in Nashville. The second document is an 1866 letter from the Secretary of the Navy requesting money to defray travel expenses that Johnson has incurred. The final document is an 1867 letter from Johnson's office to the Secretary of State transmitting a proposed itinerary for the...
Dates: 1835, 1866-1867

Andrew Johnson Promissory Note

Identifier: MS-3681

The document is a promissory note from John Willhoit to Andrew Johnson for $5.00 and received by Johnson on January 6, 1841.

Dates: 1841

Papers of Andrew Johnson Project Records

Identifier: AR-0457
Abstract This collection houses photocopied handwritten documents, microfilm, handwritten and typed notes, correspondence, congressional records, bills, pension records, military service records, diaries, journal articles, newspapers, and transcripts used to write The Papers of Andrew Johnson, a sixteen-volume set covering the years 1858 to 1875. Some material that was not published in the final set is included here. Additionally, the collection houses information about the Project itself, including...
Dates: 1829-2000; Majority of material found within 1845-2000