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John Fitch
Papers, 1783-1854.

700 items.
3 containers.
3 microfilm reels.
Correspondence, diaries, financial papers, surveyor's notes, steamboat sketches, drafts of writings, printed matter, and miscellany. The papers relate chiefly to Fitch's development and promotion of the steamboat, though there is also material relating to his earlier surveying work in Ohio. Also includes some papers of architect William Thornton (1759-1828). Correspondents include Joshua Anderson, John James Beckley, Robert Fulton, Josiah Hornblower, Thomas Hutchins, Thomas Johnson, William Samuel Johnson, Jonathan Longstreth, Thomas Mifflin, Robert Morris, Charles Pettit, Edmund Randolph, Caleb S. Riggs, David Rittenhouse, Benjamin Say, and William Thornton.
Microfilm edition available, nos. 17,137 (reels 84-86) & 15,820 (2nd set).
Microfilm reproduced by Library of Congress Photoduplication Service from originals in the Manuscript Division, 1973-1977.
Purchase, 1867.
Finding aid available in the Library.
Forms part of: Peter Force papers (Series 8D : entry 47).

Joshua Johnson
Papers, 1785-1788.

1 v. : ca. 600 p.
1 microfilm reel.
Letterbook (1785 Aug. 20-1788 Dec. 8) kept by Johnson as agent in London for Charles Wallace and John Muir of Annapolis, Md., relating chiefly to shipments of tobacco, wheat, corn, and pig iron. Correspondents include Charles Carroll of Carrollton, Daniel Carroll of Duddington, Francis Charlton, Nicholas Darcel (Paris, France), Helie & Roy (Nantes, France), John Jay, Thomas Johnson, Matthew Ridley, John Seawell, David and John Sterett, Wallace & Muir (Annapolis, Md.), and Joseph Wilkinson.
Microfilm edition available, no. 17,137 (reel 87).
Microfilm reproduced by Library of Congress Photoduplication Service from originals in the Manuscript Division, 1977.
Purchase, 1867.
Finding aid available in the Library.
Forms part of: Peter Force papers (Series 8D : entry 77).

Digges-L'Enfant-Morgan papers, 1674-1923 (bulk 1778-1828)

400 items.
3 containers.
2 microfilm reels.
Chiefly correspondence, accounts, commissions, notes, and other papers (1778-1828) of and relating to soldier and engineer Pierre C. L'Enfant, including material relating to the Society of the Cincinnati, the design of the city of Washington, Robert Morris' home in Philadelphia, and Fort Mifflin and Fort Washington. Also includes papers of and relating to the Digges family of Prince Georges County, Md., especially Thomas Atwood Digges and William Dudley Digges; and material relating to James Dudley Morgan's interest in L'Enfant and the Digges family. Correspondents of L'Enfant include Daniel Carroll of Duddington, Alexander Hamilton, Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Johnson, the Marquis de Lafayette, Tobias Lear, James Monroe, Robert Morris, Isaac Roberdeau, the Baron von Steuben, David Stuart, and George Washington.
Microfilm edition available, no. 18,780.
Microfilm edition reproduced by Photoduplication Service from originals in Manuscript Division, 1983.
Bequest, James D. Morgan, 1920.
Finding aid and item index available in the Library.

George Washington
Papers, 1592-1937 (bulk 1748-1799)

77,000 items.
538 containers.
124 microfilm reels.
Catalog record continues as su 78-44693
Correspondence, letter books, diaries, accounts, military papers, and other papers (chiefly 1748-1799), documenting Washington's relations with the Continental Congress, his command of the Continental Army, his presidency, and other aspects of his career. Correspondents include John Adams, Samuel Adams, Theodorick Bland, Jonathan Boucher, Elias Boudinot, John Burgoyne, Edward Carrington, Charles Carroll (1737-1832), Jonathan Dayton, Robert Dinwiddie, William Duer, David Forman, Benjamin Franklin, Horatio Gates, Mordecai Gist, William Gordon, Nathanael Greene, Alexander Hamilton, Edward Hand, Ebenezer Hazard, William Heath, Patrick Henry, John Jay, Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Johnson, Henry Laurens, Tobias Lear, Arthur Lee, Charles Lee, Richard Henry Lee, Lawrence Lewis, Benjamin Lincoln, Robert R. Livingston, William Livingston, James McHenry, James Madison, John Mitchell, James Monroe, Daniel Morgan, Gouverneur Morris, Robert Morris, Jedidiah Morse, John Moylan, Thomas Nelson, Lewis Nicola, Matthias Ogden, William Paca, Thomas Paine, William Paterson, Charles Willson Peale, Edmund Pendleton, Richard Peters, Timothy Pickering, Joseph Reed, Benjamin Rush, John Rutledge, Arthur St. Clair, Philip John Schuyler, Artemas Ward, and Arthur Young.
Microfilm edition of Series 1-8D available, no. 12,935.
Microfilm reproduced by Library of Congress Photoduplication Service from originals in the Manuscript Division, 1964.
In part, transcripts and photocopies.
Transfer, Department of State, 1905.
Purchases, Washington family, 1834 and 1849.
Purchases, gifts, and exchanges, ca. 1867-1994.
U.S. president, U.S. Army officer, and patriot.
Index published by the Library, 1964.
Finding aid to additions available in the Library.

Commissioners of the City of Washington
Records, 1791-1869 (bulk 1791-1808)

125 items.
1 container.
1 microfilm reel.
Letters, proclamations, recommendations, and related documents concerning initial construction of the Federal City and later site designations for public use.
Correspondence is to or from Presidents Washington, John Adams, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Jackson, Van Buren (as Vice President), Tyler, Taylor, Fillmore, Pierce, Buchanan, and Andrew Johnson with various commissioners and others. Commissioners include John B. Blake, Daniel Carroll, William Eagby, Benjamin B. French, Thomas Johnson, Samuel Lane, Richard Bland Lee, William Noland, Tench Ringgold, Gustavus Scott, David Stuart, William Thornton, John P. Van Ness, and Alexander White. The bulk of the material dates from the administrations of Washington and Jefferson.
Available on microfilm.
In part, transcripts.
Transfer, U.S. Office of Public Buildings and Grounds, 1921.
Ac. no. 18,008

[Thomas Johnson, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right] [graphic].
[between 1950 and 1970?]
1 photoprint.
Reproduction of painting by Charles Willson Peale.
Johnson, Thomas,--1732-1819.
Portrait paintings--Reproductions.
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Peale, Charles Willson, 1741-1827,
Reproduction Number:
LC-USZ61-2178 DLC (b&w film copy neg.)

The Thomas Johnson memorial.
A souvenier of the dedicatory ceremonies connected with the unveiling of the memorial to Thomas Johnson in Court house square, Frederick, Maryland, July 4, 1929.
[Frederick, The News-post, 1929]
26 p., 1 l. illus. 22 cm.
Frederick, Md.--Johnson memorial.
Johnson, Thomas,--1732-1819.
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Thomas Johnson memorial association, Frederick, Md.

Thomas Johnson, Maryland and the Constitution;

[Baltimore? 1925]
1 p.l., 17 p. front. (port.) 23 cm.
Johnson, Thomas,--1732-1819.
Maryland--Politics and government--1775-1865.
United States.--Constitution.
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Delaplaine, Edward Schley, 1893-
Related Names:
Maryland state bar association.

The encyclopedia of United States Supreme court reports; being a complete encyclopedia of all the case law of the federal Supreme court up to and including volume 259 U. S. Supreme court reports (book Lawyers' ed., and volume 42 Supreme court reporter) under the editorial supervision of Thomas Johnson Michie.

Charlottesville, Va., The Michie company, 1908-1923.
v. 27 cm.
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Michie, Thomas Johnson, 1867-
Stedman, Beirne,
United States. Supreme court.

Report of the Committee of Claims, to whom was referred, on the 18th February, 1800, the petition of Thomas Johnson : 16th April, 1800 : committed to a committee of the whole House to-morrow.

[Philadelphia : s.n., 1800]
[1] leaf ; 22 cm.
"Published by order of the House of Representatives."
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United States. Congress. House. Committee on Claims.

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