The Resource John Johns correspondence, (microform)

John Johns correspondence, (microform)

Label
John Johns correspondence, 1855-1891
Title
John Johns correspondence
Inclusive dates
1855-1891
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Language
eng
Summary
Correspondence, 1855-1891, of John Johns (1831-1894) of Richmond, Virginia, and Washington D.C., consisting mainly of correspondence dealing with his role as receiver for the Exchange Bank of Virginia and the Farmers' Bank of Virginia, and the efforts of creditors and depositors to recoup money invested or deposited in those banks, as well as the possibility of legal proceedings regarding those banks. Correspondence also includes letters concerning the Cincinnati, Ohio, debt of Alonzo M. King of Davenport, Iowa; receipt for flour for military use; and the sale of a buggy
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Biographical or historical data
John Johns was born in 1831 to John Johns (1796-1876) and his wife in Baltimore, Maryland. Johns became a lawyer. When the Civil War began, he joined the Confederate Army and was commissioned a lieutenant. After the war, Johns returned to his legal practice in Richmond, Virginia. He eventually relocated to Washington D.C. and died there 23 January 1894. Johns was buried in Greenmount Cemetery in Baltimore. John Johns married Mary Mercer McGuire (1831-1918) 11 September 1861, and they had children.
Cataloging source
Vi
Funding information
Filming funded by The Library of Virginia Foundation with the support of The Roller-Bottimore Foundation and The Robins Foundation.
Location of originals duplicates
The Huntington Library;
Label
John Johns correspondence, (microform)
Note
  • This collection forms part of the Robert Alonzo Brock Collection at The Huntington Library, San Marino, California
  • The Robert Alonzo Brock Collection was filmed by The Huntington Library in cooperation with The Library of Virginia with funding provided by The Library of Virginia Foundation with the support of The Roller-Bottimore Foundation and The Robins Foundation
  • Microfilmed as arranged by The Huntington Library
  • Reel also includes Alfred Morton Correspondence, 1870-1876, and William H. Wesson Correspondence, 1861-1874
Arrangement
Arranged chronologically.
Base of film
safety base polyester
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  • The Library of Virginia
Color
black and white
Dimensions
35mm.
Emulsion on film
silver halide
Extent
1
Generation
service copy
Immediate source of acquisition
The Library of Virginia Foundation, The Roller-Bottimore Foundation, and The Robins Foundation
Positive negative aspect
negative
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001540576
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01
ReductionRatioRange
low reduction ratio
Reproduction note
Microfilm.
Specific material designation
microfilm reel
Terms governing use
Should you wish to quote from or reproduce images of any of the materials, you must write to the Librarian of the Huntington Library, 1151 Oxford Road, San Marino, CA 91108, requesting formal permission to do so. Please note that you do not have to obtain permission if you are quoting fewer than fifty words, or if you are only citing the document. Images made with microfilm-reader printers are for research use only and may not be used for publication without permission.
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reel.

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