Extent: 2.0 Boxes
Arrangement: The Johnson Family Papers contains receipts, photographs and a warranty deed. These materials represent different aspects of the lives of the Johnson Family, in particular J.R. Johnson and his wife. Much of the correspondence is addressed to Maude and William Johnson. This collection is arranged by material type and is organized chronologically in each folder. The collection is located on the SHSU Special Collection’s manuscript shelves.
The Johnson Family Papers (1840 - 1965; 1.5 boxes) includes personal and business correspondence, bills and receipts, photographs and a property deed related to the Johnson Family in Huntsville. The main correspondence in the collection between J.R. Johnson and his wife and was written towards the end of the Civil War. Much of the correspondence is addressed to Maude and William Johnson and includes personal letters, invitations and postcards. This collection also includes photographs, two of which are studio photographs taken in Kaufman, Texas. The collection includes a warranty deed transferring a portion of land from S.E. Ludwig to S.D. Johnson.
All documents were found at the Johnson Family home and were donated to the SHSU Special Collections.
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Preferred Citation: Johnson Family Papers. SHSU Special Collections, Newton Gresham Library, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas.