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Atcheson Anderson to Thomas Jefferson, January 17, 1791, Bill

Thomas Jefferson to Anderson Byran, October 12, 1791, Partly Illegible

View of the new Presbyterian Church in Newark, New Jersey / Anderson del. ; Tiebout sculp.

A view of St. Paul's Church, New-York / T. Anderson del. ; Scoles sculp.

Thomas Jefferson to William Jones and Nathaniel Anderson, September 15, 1796, Account

The states of Maryland and Delaware from the latest surveys, 1799.

Thomas Jefferson to Matthew Anderson, January 31, 1802

Thomas Jefferson to Joseph Anderson, March 4, 1803

Thomas Jefferson to Matthew Anderson, February 15, 1805

Thomas Jefferson to Leroy Anderson, September 7, 1805

Thomas Jefferson to Isaac Anderson, January 24, 1806

Alexr. Anderson

Andrew Jackson to William Preston Anderson, August 5, 1812

William Preston Anderson et al. to Andrew Jackson, June 21, 1815

James Madison to Elbert Anderson Jr., October 22, 1816.

Joseph Anderson to Andrew Jackson, November 18, 1816

[Returning from the boar-hunt] / Ridinger pinx ; Anderson sc.

James Madison to Worthington, June, 1819. Also addressed to J. Anderson.

[Charleston, S. C. Hibernian Society membership certificate] / G. Thresher delt. & script. ; A. Anderson.

Joseph Inslee Anderson to Andrew Jackson, August 20, 1822

Anderson & Knox to Andrew Jackson, November 19, 1828

John Anderson, my Jo, a Scotch Air, sung by Sinclair, arranged by Kozeluch

View of Worcester, Mass. taken from Union Hill / P. Anderson del. ; on stone by R. Cooke ; T. Moore's Lithography, Boston.

Andrew Jackson to William Anderson Scott, July 6, 1839

Nathaniel Anderson et al. to Andrew Jackson, December 31, 1839

William Anderson Scott to Andrew Jackson, March 31, 1843

Charles F. Anderson, Monday, September 30, 1850 (Extract of Appropriations Act)

Apprentices' library / A. Anderson sc.

[Samuel Anderson Emery as Robin Roughhead in Fortunes frolics, full-length portrait, standing, holding flail, in front of backdrop with mountain and tree]

Robert Anderson, U.S.A.

Gen. Robert Anderson

Hon. T.L. Anderson

Gen. Robert Anderson, U.S.A.

Gen. Robert Anderson, U.S.A.

Hon. Thomas Lilbourne Anderson of Missouri

Maj. Robert Anderson

Hon. T.L. Anderson

Gen. Robert Anderson

Alexander Anderson and Henry Richards in the act of murdering Mrs. Anna Garber and Mrs. Elizabeth Ream, on the 15th of December, 1857

[Thomas L. Anderson, Representative from Missouri, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

Robert Anderson

Maj. Robert Anderson

Robert Anderson

J.R. [Joseph Reid] Anderson, CSA

Robert Anderson

Robert Anderson

Robert Anderson

Town ordinances. An ordinance to establish a patrol ... An ordinance to alter the time of ringing the town bell, and to establish a special patrol ... An ordinance to preserve the health of the town of Anderson ... 1860.

[Portrait of ten men including Anderson D. Johnston (seated second from right)]

Robert Anderson

J.R. [Joseph Reid] Anderson, CSA

[Lieutenant Colonel Jacob Glass, Union officer in the 32nd Indiana Regiment, bust portrait, facing front] / Chandler & Anderson, Madison, Indiana.

Fort Anderson, Paducah, Ky. /

Charles F. Anderson, April 1861 (List of recommendations)

Robert Anderson to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, September 20, 1861 (Telegram reporting military situation in Kentucky)

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: Abraham Lincoln to Robert Anderson, Monday, September 16, 1861 (Anderson should take command in Kentucky)

Robert Anderson to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, October 05, 1861 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

Exterior view of the gorge of Fort Sumter on the 14th April 1861 after its evacuation by Maj. Robert Anderson 1st Arty. U.S.A. Commdg showing that portion towards Cummings' Point, Morris' [i.e. Morris] Island

Robert Anderson to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, September 30, 1861 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

Robert Anderson to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, September 21, 1861 (Telegram regarding military situation in Kentucky)

Major [Robert] Anderson's command at Fort Sumter

By Telegraph. Sunday, April 14, 1861. Fort Sumpter surrendered! Maj. Anderson a prisoneer of war. &c. &c.&c. ....

Robert Anderson to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, September 18, 1861 (Telegram reporting military situation in Kentucky)

Confederate flag flying. Ft. Sumter after the evacuation of Maj. Anderson - interior view

[Two views: Group of guns and gun carriages dismantled by Major Anderson at Fort Moultire; Battery at Fort Moultrie, bearing on Fort Sumter]

Exterior view of the gorge of Fort Sumter on the 14th, April 1861 after its evacuation by Maj. Robert Anderson, 1st Arty. U.S.A. Comdg showing that portion towards Fort Johnson, James Island

Robert Anderson to George B. McClellan, Monday, October 07, 1861 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

Robert Anderson to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, September 17, 1861 (Telegram acknowledging receipt of telegram)

W. C. Anderson to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, January 22, 1861 (Recommends Colfax for cabinet)

Robert Anderson to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, September 30, 1861 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

Abraham Lincoln to Robert Anderson, Wednesday, May 01, 1861 (Gratitude)

Robert Anderson to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, September 23, 1861 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

Cutting down the U.S. flagstaff, under the direction of Major Anderson, at Fort Moultrie, Charleston Harbor, S.C., on Christmas night, 1860

Robert Anderson to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, September 22, 1861 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

Robert Anderson to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, September 16, 1861 (Telegram regarding situation in Kentucky)

Major Anderson, U.S.A. commanding Fort Sumter, Charleston Harbor / lith. P.S. Duval & Son, Phila.

Robert Anderson to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, September 20, 1861 (Telegram reporting military situation in Kentucky)

Evacuation of Fort Moultrie by Major Anderson and the United States troops, on Christmas night, 1860 - the troops conveying powder and other stores in sloop to Fort Sumpter [sic]

Robert Anderson to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, October 02, 1861 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

Robert Anderson to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, September 16, 1861 (Telegram regarding situation in Kentucky)

Engineer Company, 12th New York State Militia, Camp Anderson, 1861

Abraham Lincoln to Robert Anderson, Monday, September 16, 1861 (Anderson should take command in Kentucky)

The steamship Star of the West, with reinforcements for Major Anderson, approaching Fort Sumter - The South Carolinians firing at her from the batteries on Morris Island and Fort Moultrie

Major Robert Anderson, U.S.A., in command of Fort Sumpter, Charleston Harbor, S.C. / photographed by Webster & Bros.

Robert Anderson to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, September 20, 1861 (Telegram acknowledging receipt of letter)

Major Anderson cigars.

James Guthrie and Robert Anderson to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, September 30, 1861 (Telegram regarding arrests in Kentucky)

Robert Anderson to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, September 17, 1861 (Telegram regarding situation in Kentucky)

Major Anderson's March

Yorktown, Virginia (vicinity). Group. T. Anderson, Esq. Lt. Col. Fletcher, Lt. Col. Neville, Major A.J. Pearson, Prince de Joinville, Comte de Paris, Gen. Stewart Van Vliet, G. Sheffield, S.L. Arny, Duc de Chartres

Yorktown, Virginia (vicinity). Group at Camp Winfield Scott. T. Anderson, Esq. Lt. Col. Fletcher, Lt. Col. Neville, Major A.J. Pearson, Prince de Joinville, Comte de Paris, Gen. Stewart Van Vliet, G. Sheffield, S.L. Arny, Duc de Chartres

The dying hero's request. By A. Anderson. Tune, as sung to Poor old slave. Harris, Printer, Phila. 1862

Gen. McLellan's farewell address to his army. By A. Anderson. Harris, Printer, 4th & Vine Street, Phila. 1862

I wish the war was o'er! Air--Auld Lang Syne. By A. Anderson, Philadelphia, December, 1862

The star of the North! Written by A. Anderson. Tune: Continental march. Harris, Printer, ... Phila

Fort Anderson. Fort Anderson, Paducah, Kentucky, and the camp of the 6th Illinois Cavalry, April, 1862 / sketched by A.E. Mathews, 31st Regt. O.V.U.S.A.

The young conscript and his lady. By A. Anderson ... Air: Who will care for Mother now? ... A. Anderson, Philadelphia ... Oct. 1863

Let me die at home. By A. Anderson, Tune- Farewell, 'tis a lonely sound. Phila. Oct. 1863

The Songs of many songs. Arranged and sung by A. Anderson. Tune.-Continental march, or captain with his whiskers

On the fall of Lieut. Gremble! By A. Anderson. Tune - Napoleon's grave. Sept. 1863