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[Hon. Andrew Johnson, half-length portrait, facing left]

Paris, New York & Philadelphia fashions for spring & summer 1855, published & sold by F. Mahan, No. 186 Chesnut Street, Philadelphia / P.S. Duval & Co's Steam lith. Press, Philada.

[Andrew Johnson, Senator from Tennessee, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

Lincoln & Johnson. National Union ticket. [Massachusetts campaign ticket]

[Andrew Johnson, full-length portrait, standing, facing right, with table and chair]

[Andrew Johnson, half-length portrait, seated, facing left]

Train Extra! Right of free speech! George Francis Train arrested in Faneuil Hall, [Newspaper].

Think before you vote! November 8, 1864.

Union Republican ticket. Abraham Lincoln, of Illinois, for President. Andrew Johnson, of Tennessee, for Vice-President. [Campaign ticket]

Behind the scenes

A little game of bagatelle, between Old Abe the rail splitter & Little Mac the gunboat general

The "Rail splitter" at work repairing the Union.

Lincoln and Johnson / Oakley & Tompson lith., Boston.

National Union ticket. For President Abraham Lincoln. For Vice President Andrew Johnson. [Campaign ticket]

Lincoln and Johnson Union Ticket. One flag, one country, one government. [Massachusetts campaign ticket]

Ohio Union Presidential ticket. [Ohio campaign ticket]

Presidential campaign, 1864. Candidates for President and Vice-President of United States. Election, Tuesday, November 8, 1864

Lincoln & Oglesby Campaign Club.

To every patriot irrespective of party.

[California National Union ticket]. Rally round the [flag] boys!

Republican union ticket. [Massachusetts campaign ticket].

A little game of bagatelle, between Old Abe the rail splitter & Little Mac the gunboat general.

[Andrew Johnson, half-length portrait, facing left] / A. Bogardus & Co., 872 B'way, cor. 18th St., N.Y.

Andrew Johnson taking the oath of office in the small parlor of the Kirkwood House [Hotel], Washington, [April 15, 1865]

Appalling circumstance! The President dead! Escape of the Murderer!

Daily Monitor Extra. Special dispatches, arrest of Booth, [Newspaper].

Jamestown Journal Extra. The President's death. Second edition. 10 o'clock A. M. Third Edition. 11:40 A. M.

Our presidents

The Following are the headings of the (Sunday) morning, New York Herald!

Death Bed of Abraham Lincoln, [Magee print].

Grand reception of the notabilities of the nation, at the White House 1865

Freeport Journal, [newspaper]. April 15, 1865.

Andy's trip "Who has suffered more for you and for this Union than Andrew Johnson?" Th. Nast

Dayton Extra Journal, [newspaper]. April 15, 1865.

President Andrew Johnson pardoning Rebels at the White House / sketched by Mr. Stanley Fox. Andrew Johnson's tailor-shop in Greenville, Tennessee / photographed by J.B. Reef.

Gazette Extra, [newspaper]. Chattanooga, April 15.

Andrew Johnson and others

An august convention

Our national chart, a supplement to the "Cincinnati Weekly Times" for 1866

The Freedman's Bureau! An agency to keep the Negro in idleness at the expense of the white man. Twice vetoed by the President, and made a lawy by Congress. Support Congress & you support the Negro Sustain the President & you protect the white man

Mending the family kettle

The man that blocks up the highway.

"As yet, I have found no difficulty in standing upon my own platform"

The cruel uncle and the vetoed babes in the wood

The end of the rebellion in the United States, 1865 / C. Kimmel.

Extract const. amend

The tearful convention / Th. Nast.

Appalling calamity at Johnstown, Pa., on Friday, Sept. 14th, caused by the falling of a railroad bridge crowded with the citizens of the town, during the visit of President Johnson and suite - four persons killed and over 350 wounded / sketched by our special artist, Mr. C.E.H. Bonwill.

Indian delegations at Washington--presentation to the president / From a photograph by A. Gardner, Washington, D.C.

George T. Brown, sergeant-at-arms, serving the summons on President Johnson / sketched by T.R. Davis.

The Last speech on impeachment--Thaddeus Stevens closing the debate in the House, March 2 / sketched by T.R. Davis.

Round - both come up cheerfully and not at all groggy Last round, they await the referee's decision. The Secretary has a ... the best of it H.L. Stephens

This little boy would persist in handling books above his capacity And this was the disastrous result.

The ladies' gallery of the Senate during the impeachment trial / W.S.L. Lewett.

Total destruction of the Democratic platform / terrible shipwreck and loss of life in Salt River

The situation

Andrew Johnson, 17th President of the United States and Vice President to Abraham Lincoln

Mrs. Lincoln's denial, and what she says.

U.S. Reports: Knote v. United States, 95 U.S. 149 (1877)

Summoning the spirits

Summoning the spirits

Andrew Johnson, southwest Custer County, Nebraska.

To working men. The war is now, thanks to Gen's Grant, Sherman and other heroes of the Glorious Army and Navy.

A southern peace! Democrats!

Edwin McMasters Stanton Papers: Correspondence, 1831-1870; 1867; 1867, Aug. 10-1868, Feb. 25

Edwin McMasters Stanton Papers: Correspondence, 1831-1870; 1868, Feb. 25-1869, Dec. 20

Edwin McMasters Stanton Papers: Addition, 1856-1869; Diary of Nancy Tappan (niece), 1861, Jan. 1-June 25, and typed transcript

Edwin McMasters Stanton Papers: Correspondence, 1831-1870; 1862; 1862, Mar. 30-May 4

Edwin McMasters Stanton Papers: Correspondence, 1831-1870; 1862; 1862, May 5-20

Edwin McMasters Stanton Papers: Addition, 1856-1869; Correspondence; 1862-1869

Edwin McMasters Stanton Papers: Correspondence, 1831-1870; 1862; 1862, June 19-Aug. 28

Edwin McMasters Stanton Papers: Correspondence, 1831-1870; 1862; 1862, Jan. 14-Feb. 2

Edwin McMasters Stanton Papers: Correspondence, 1831-1870; 1862; 1862, Aug. 29-Dec. 19

Edwin McMasters Stanton Papers: Correspondence, 1831-1870; 1863; 1863, Sept. 20-25

Edwin McMasters Stanton Papers: Letterbooks, 1863-1865; 1863; 1863, Mar. 19-June 4

Edwin McMasters Stanton Papers: Letterbooks, 1863-1865; 1863; 1863, June 4-Sept. 9

Edwin McMasters Stanton Papers: Correspondence, 1831-1870; 1863; 1863, June 16-Aug. 6

Edwin McMasters Stanton Papers: War Department, 1862-1863; Annual report, 1863, Dec. 5

Edwin McMasters Stanton Papers: Correspondence, 1831-1870; 1863; 1863, Oct. 3-11

Edwin McMasters Stanton Papers: Correspondence, 1831-1870; 1863; 1863, Oct. 31-Nov. 27

Edwin McMasters Stanton Papers: Correspondence, 1831-1870; 1864; 1864, June 21-Aug. 25

Edwin McMasters Stanton Papers: Correspondence, 1831-1870; 1864; 1864, Feb. 28-June 20

Edwin McMasters Stanton Papers: Correspondence, 1831-1870; 1864; 1864, Aug. 26-Oct. 31

Three cheers for Abe and Andy

National inauguration ball, March 4th 1865 / designed & drawn by Bruff ; engraved by Dempsey & O'Toole.

Daily Alta California, newspaper. April 16, 1865

Edwin McMasters Stanton Papers: Correspondence, 1831-1870; 1865; 1865, Feb. 22-Apr. 17

Edwin McMasters Stanton Papers: Correspondence, 1831-1870; 1865; 1865, July 5-Sept. 25

Boston Daily Journal, newspaper. July 5, 1865

Edwin McMasters Stanton Papers: Correspondence, 1831-1870; 1865; 1865, May 9-July 3

Arrangements for the inauguration of the President of the United States, on the fourth of March, 1865

Edwin McMasters Stanton Papers: Letterbooks, 1863-1865; 1865, July 1-Dec. 1

Edwin McMasters Stanton Papers: Correspondence, 1831-1870; 1864; 1864, Nov. 1-1865, Feb. 21

Andrew Johnson's reconstruction and how it works Th. Nast

In a horn

Edwin McMasters Stanton Papers: Correspondence, 1831-1870; 1866; 1866, Mar. 10-Sept. 16

The Boys in blue

God bless the president

The Georgetown elections - the Negro at the ballot-box / Th. Nast. New and becoming styles of head-dressing.

Edwin McMasters Stanton Papers: Correspondence, 1831-1870; 1867; 1867, Feb. 15-June 8