Johnson, Andrew, 1808-1875
Found in 33 Collections and/or Records:
A. W. Venable letter to Andrew Johnson. November 5, 1854.
November 5, 1854 letter from A. W. Venable to Andrew Johnson. ALS 1 p. Re: Appointment for Eugene Grissom. Penciled note added by A. Johnson.
Abraham Lincoln-Andrew Johnson Postal Cachet. (Commemorative envelopes) (stamps).
February 2009 marked the bicentennial of the birth of Abraham Lincoln. This is one of four bicentennial postage stamps. This one commemorates the 1864 presidential campaign and has images of Lincoln and Johnson from the campaign poster.
Andrew Johnson Bicentennial Birthday Commemorated, 2008 (postal cachet). (ephemera)
Andrew Johnson Bicentennial Birthday Commemorated. Postal cachet with “From Tailor to President” and image of Andrew Johnson with Anniversary Station Greeneville, Tenn., images on the envelope. December 29, 1808, December 29, 2008. 42 cent stamp. 1 pc. Ephemera.
Andrew Johnson document, 1864.
Anderson County, Tenn., commission for eight Justices of the Peace. Signed by Governor Andrew Johnson and Secretary of State Edward East. March 6, 1864. DS 1 pc.
Andrew Johnson Papers -- Joseph Baccus Gift.
Andrew Johnson political cartoon ‘Johnson’s Love For the Soldier’ ca. 1866. (ephemera)
Printed political cartoon re: Andrew Johnson entitled ‘Johnson’s Love For the Soldier.’ Ca. 1866. Portrays favoritism of African American solders over white soldiers. Back of card is printed with information about paying Black soldiers $300.00 and not having money to pay White soldiers $100.00. Anti-Johnson. 3 x 4.25.” 7 copies.
Andrew Johnson Portrait. Currier & Ives Lithograph.
“Andrew Johnson: Seventeenth President of the United States” Currier & Ives Lithograph (no date)
Austin Hall pardon, 1866.
Presidential pardon (Andrew Johnson) to Austin Hall, Sevier County, Tenn. Signed by Acting Secretary of State Seward. May 16, 1866. pfa 1 pc.
Boren Family Papers, 1839-1909.
C. M. McGhee, Thomas O’Connor and John Fleming letter to Andrew Johnson.
C. M. McGhee, Thomas O’Connor and John Fleming, Knoxville, Tenn., letter to Andrew Johnson. 1872. Photocopy. ALS 1 p. Re: political meeting in Knoxville. Photocopy of three page outline by Rebecca Hunt Moulder for her thesis May the Sod Rest Lightly, based on the life of Thomas O’Connor. Also includes one folder of photocopies of 1850s correspondence of John Mitchel, Irishman in East Tenn.
David M. Nelson military appointment made by Andrew Johnson, Governor of Tennessee. November 7, 1864
David M. Nelson, Washington County, Tenn., appointment as First Lieutenant and Adjutant., Ninth Regiment of Cavalry of Tennessee Volunteers. Signed by Andrew Johnson, Governor of Tennessee, and Edward H. East, Secretary of State. November 7, 1864. DS (pfa) 1 pc. with seal.
Ellen Capito Collection (Milligan family, Greeneville, Tenn.).
Funeral Service of Ex-President Andrew Johnson [August 1875]. (ephemera)
Funeral Service of Ex-President Andrew Johnson [August 1875]. Unrecorded broadside. H. H. Ingersoll, Chief Marshall. Greeneville, Tenn.. 1 pc. Ephemera
Henry Papers, 1791-1855.
Horace Maynard letter, November 6, 1861.
Letter from Horace Maynard, Burnet House, Cincinnati, O., to General W. T. Sherman. November 6, 1861. ALS 2 pp. (1 pc.) Re: Civil War, Department of the Cumberland, operations in Tennessee, Lee in Virginia, Governor Johnson, protection from the government.
James Sawyer Jones Papers.
James Sawyer Jones (1861-1924) was an educator, writer, and elder in the Methodist Episcopal Church Holston Conference (1893-1908) These papers include his private journal 1911-1921, a typescript of the journal, poetry, and personal correspondence 1921-1923. He wrote several books, the most noted being “Life of Andrew Johnson: Seventeenth President of the United States” (Greeneville, Tenn.: East Tennessee Publishing Co., c1901)
John Easly Justice of the Peace commission, signed by Andrew Johnson. 1855.
Justice of the Peace commission to John Easly, Grainger County, Tenn. Signed by Governor Andrew Johnson and W. B. A. Ramsey, Secretary of State. March 1, 1855. DS 1 pc.
John Francis letter to Andrew Johnson, June 2, 1862.
Letter from John Francis, Nashville, Tenn., to Andrew Johnson (Military) Governor of Tennessee, June 2, 1862. ALS 1 p. + Andrew Johnson note on back. Re: relief for his niece and her five children (husband ‘deceived’ into the Confederate Army).
John L. Rhea warrant of pardon signed by President Andrew Johnson, May 31, 1865
Order of Executive Clemency / warrant of pardon issued to John L. Rhea, Sullivan County, Tenn. by Andrew Johnson, President of the United States. ADS 1 pc. (2 pp. + note of third page). Two stamps of upper left of first page; seal on second page. May 31, 1865. .
Joseph Etter pardon, 1866.
Presidential pardon (Andrew Johnson) to Joseph Etter, Greene County, Tenn. Signed by William H. Seward, Secretary of State. April 9, 1866. DS 2 pp. + Ellis’ oath on back from Marion County, Ind. ADS 1p.
Land grant to Isaac Bible (1824); Military Appointment to Lemuel Bible by Andrew Johnson (1863).
Land grant to Isaac Bible #15024 on Little Chuckey (25 Nov. 1824) signed by Sam Houston; Military Appointment to Lemuel Bible as First Lt. signed by Military Governor Andrew Johnson (30 June 1863).
Letter from Capt. N. J. Collum to Lt. Col. S J. MacKay. Chief Q. M. A. C., Greeneville, Tenn., Apr. 26, 1865.
Letter reporting on providing a railway car for the son and daughter of President Andrew Johnson at Bulls Gap. Apparently Collum also took train cars on which rebel prisoners were being moved from Greeneville on the orders of General Stoneman at Bulls Gap for transport of Union soldiers.
Miniature portraits by Eleanor Wiley.
Morgan Davis land grant for 340 acres in Sevier County, Tenn,. signed by Governor Andrew Johnson. April 23, 1856
Land grant number 29661 to Morgan Davis for entry No. 2091 in Sevier County, Tenn., to Morgan Davis for 340 acres on the waters of Gist Creek. Signed by Governor Andrew Johnson. April 23, 1856. DS (printed form mostly filled in by hand). 1 pc..
President A. Johnson (Andrew Johnson) carte-de-visite.
SPC 2012.009.001 President A. Johnson (Andrew Johnson) carte de visite. No photographer listed. 1 pc.
President Andrew Johnson Proclamation, September 9, 1867. (ephemera)
General Orders No. 58 By the President of the United States (Andrew Johnson). Headquarters of the Army, Adjutant General’s Office, Washington, September 9, 1867. By the President: William H. Seward, Secretary of State. The orders and Proclamation published by the command of General Grant. Printed, pages 1-3. 1 pc. Torn from binding. Re: Presidential and Constitutional rights of the President to command the armed forces. Mentions recent obstructions in North Carolina and South Carolina.