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[Johnson, Andrew, Jr.]

Message of Andrew Johnson, Jr., agent of the Tennessee Penitentiary, to the legislative committee, regular session. January, 1866

Message of Andrew Johnson, Jr., agent of the Tennessee Penitentiary,
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S. C. Mercer, Printer to the State, Nashville. 1866, Title leaf (blank verso), pp.219-222 [4p.] on reasonably alkaline paper, 8.7x5.5 inch self-wraps, disbound and completely looseleaf. Faint edgewear, dust-soiled margins, neat numerals and a careless underline on title, very good condition: for binding. Appears to be a stenographically recorded statement, Mr. Johnson reading out a statement; he complains that inspectors treat him "coolly" and have imputed serious abuses of inmates and irregularities with money. He further begs leave to convert a building on prison property to "sales" (unspecified). Find much detail on the flagstone pavement work he undertook (for which grossly underpaid)

Cat.No: 174881

Price: $40.00

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