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University of Tennessee-Knoxville

1015 Volunteer Boulevard

Knoxville, TN 37996-1000


Special Collections acquires, arranges, preserves, and promotes the use of rare and unique materials that support the information, instruction, and research needs of the University of Tennessee community.  Special Collections seeks to create and provide broad access to local collections for scholars in regional, national and international communities, as well as the general public.  Materials are acquired in all formats, although priority is placed on books and manuscripts, and include both primary and secondary sources. Priority is placed on materials with a strong state and regional focus.

Categories: Andrew Johnson,

Andrew Johnson family papers, 1835-1951.

Note that this is an incomplete collections list. Please contact the organization directly for the most current information about their holdings.

Andrew Johnson family papers, 1835-1951.

1 cu. ft.
Includes Andrew Johnson's correspondence with A. Toomer Porter over the purchase of a school for the Freedmen's Bureau, and correspondence between the Library of Congress and Andrew Johnson Patterson about the purchase of Andrew Johnson material for their collection.
Correspondence and papers of Andrew Johnson from his early days as a tailor in Greeneville, Tenn., through his U.S. presidency and return to the U.S. Senate; and includes papers belonging to his descendents.
Mode of access for electronic finding aid: Internet and UTK Libraries' World Wide Web server. Address:
Andrew Johnson was a Tennessee governor, a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, a U.S. Senator, and Vice President and President of the United States.
Unpublished finding aid in library.

1 cubic foot

Presidential content includes:

- Andrew Johnson

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