Presidents -- United States.
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of three series of materials related to President Andrew Johnson and his two sons Charles and Robert. These materials are dated between 1833 and 1875. This collection contains some of President Johnson's business and personal papers.
This collection consists of an incomplete letter dated June 2, 1796 from George Washington to Gov. William Blount and a Masonic Medal given to James H. Grant by Washington.
This collection consists of one typed manuscript titled Interesting Foreign Visitors at Mount Vernon 1780-1799 written by Pollyanna Creekmore on May 5, 1941.
This collection includes a letter written by James K. Polk to an unmarked recipient. It is dated December 26, 1829 from "Washington City."
Collection contains a two page letter written by Sarah Childress Polk on February 27, 1888. The letter, a response to General James Grant Wilson discusses a photograph of Sarah's husband, the late James K. Polk, about which the general had previously inquired. Polk explains in her letter that the photograph in question was taken a few months before her husband's death.
This collection includes a three-page handwritten editorial essay titled "The President at Home."