ROUSSEAU, Lovell Harrison, 1818-1869

Guide to Research Collections

The Morgan Library
Department of Literary and Historical Manuscripts
New York, NY
Papers: 1867-1868, 2 items.
Included are two letters from Lovell Harrison Rousseau to President Andrew Johnson. In the letters, Lovell Rousseau recommends R. B. Carpenter of Kentucky for Governor of Idaho, as well as Fletcher B. Cuppy as a Judge of the Court of Claims.

Filson Club Historical Society
Louisville, KY
Papers: In the Charles Lanman Collection, 1819-1895, 1 cubic foot
Includes a biographical sketch. An unpublished finding aid is available in the repository.

The Huntington Library
Manuscripts Department
San Marino, CA
Papers: In the B.F. Scribner Papers, 1838-1911, 1,100 items.
Other authors include Lovell Harrison Rousseau.

The Rosenbach Museum & Library
Philadelphia, PA
Papers: In the Andrew Johnson Papers, 1868, 1 item.
Includes a letter from Andrew Johnson directing the military commander of the Department of Louisiana to take necessary steps to prevent rioting in New Orleans, but to leave questions of civil polity to the civil authority. The object is to restore civil government according to the constitution. Other authors include Lovell Harrison Rousseau.