United States -- Politics and government.
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of an undated printed portrait of President Andrew Johnson, mounted on cardstock.
This collection consists of a text entitled Governing the American Democracy which describes the best ways to govern the American Democracy and was intended for an introductory American government course. It is authored by Thomas R. Dye, Lee Seifert Greene, and George S. Parthemos.
This mounted professional portrait depicts Horace Maynard. The back of the image reads Col. Horace Maynard USA Union Son married Florence Vanuxem.
The collection consists of eight loose pages of the "How Judge Edward Terry Sanford Became a Member of the United States Supreme Court" article written by E. E. Patton that records the events leading up to Judge Sanford becoming an Associate Justice in the U. S. Supreme Court.
This collection consists of fifty letters from various United States Senators, Representatives, and other politicians to Ralph L. Benson in response to his inquiries into their presidential and vice-presidential ambitions.
This collection consists of a senior thesis on William G. Brownlow originally submitted to the history department of Princeton University by Gordon Bonnyman Jr. The thesis discusses Brownlow's early life, career as a circuit rider, and some themes to 1860.
This collection consists of an undated printed portrait of William G. Brownlow.