Presidents--United States

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Andrew Jackson Collection

Identifier: MSS.0224

This collection contains four handwritten legal trial transcripts, arranged in four file folders, signed by Andrew Jackson who was the Judge of the Superior Court. A typescript of each letter is included in the folders.

Dates: 1791 - 1803

Henry McRaven Papers

Identifier: MSS.0281
Scope and Content Note The Henry McRaven Papers are comprised of 6 folders of typescript on onionskin paper. The first folder contains lists of Nashville officials including Chamber of Commerce Presidents (1869-1947), Mayors (1806-1947), and Postmasters (1796-1947). The remaining folders contain accounts compiled from various newspapers by Mr. McRaven of Presidents’ visits to Nashville. An account exists for Presidents McKinley, F.D. Roosevelt, T. Roosevelt, Taft, and Wilson. While there were no dates presented...
Dates: c.1934-c.1947

Roy Neel Papers

Identifier: MSS.0961

This collection contains the papers of Roy Neel, Democratic operative and longtime top assistant to Vice President Al Gore, Jr. and President Bill Clinton. He served as Chief of Staff to Vice President Gore and Deputy Chief of Staff to President Clinton.

Dates: circa 1960s-2010s


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