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Campbell, John Archibald

Supreme Court of the United States (1853-1861)


University of Georgia
Athens, Ga.

John Archibald Campbell collection, 1865-1911.
2 items; scrapbooks documenting Campbell`s interest in the Hampton Roads peace conference; one contains typescripts of correspondence and opinions and the other contains newspaper articles and two obituaries.

John Archibald Campbell papers, 1842-1843, 1885.
3 items; two letters from Campbell to his sister Rebecca Anne Campbell Butler (1842, 1885) and a deed of a gift of slaves from Campbell to Butler (1843).

Library of Congress
Washington, D.C.

John Archibald Campbell letters, 1860-1868.
5 items; collection is a part of the Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library
Springfield, Ill.

John Archibald Campbell papers, Jan.-April, 1865.
12 items; correspondence and telegrams relating to negotiations for peace and reconstruction during the Civil War.

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Southern Historical Collection
Chapel Hill, N.C.

Campbell and Colston family papers, 1781-1938.
800 items; finding aid; collection includes John A. Campbell`s correspondence, financial and legal papers, a copybook, memoranda, and miscellaneous scrapbooks.

Campbell family papers, 1781-1938.
800 items; finding aid; collection includes 4 letters Campbell wrote while serving in the Alabama legislature and his correspondence while practicing law in New Orleans (1866-
1884).

Washington and Lee University
Lexington, Va.

John Archibald Campbell papers, 1853-1861.
8 items; photocopies of Campbell`s letters to Secretary of State William Seward regarding Campbell`s efforts to mediate the problem of Fort Sumter; and miscellaneous papers.

John Archibald Campbell papers, 1853-1889.
38 items; includes photocopies of Campbell`s letters to his son, Duncan G. Campbell; material relating to Campbell`s April 1865 interviews with Lincoln in Richmond and to his imprisonment in Fort Pulaski; printed speeches and interviews; and miscellaneous papers of Duncan G. Campbell.

University of Georgia
Athens, Ga.

Joseph Henry Lumpkin papers, 1748-1919; 715 items; correspondence.

Library of Congress
Washington, D.C.

Benjamin Robbins Curtis papers, 1831-1879; 4 containers (450 items); finding aid; correspondence.

Mississippi State Department of Archives and History
Jackson, Miss.

Papers of L.Q.C. Lamar and Edward Mayes, 1854-1918; 240 items and 5 vols.; finding aid; correspondence.

North Carolina State Archives
Raleigh, N.C.

John Lucas Paul Cantwell papers, 1855-1896; 95 items; finding aid; correspondence.

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Southern Historical Collection
Chapel Hill, N.C.

Henry Groves Connor papers, 1744-1924; 16.5 ft.; finding aid; correspondence.

Virginia Historical Society
Richmond, Va.

Hunter family papers, 1766-1918; ca. 4,070 items; finding aid; correspondence.

Robert Edward Lee headquarters papers, 1855-1978; 875 items; correspondence.

Yale University
Sterling Memorial Library
New Haven, Conn.

Anson Conger Goodyear collection, 1813-1890; 1 linear ft.; finding aid; correspondence.

 

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