TUCKER, John Randolph, 1823-1897


Guide to Research Collections

Boston Public Library
Boston, MA
Papers: 1 letter.


College of William and Mary
Manuscripts and Rare Books Department, Swem Library
Williamsburg, VA
Papers: In the Brown, Coalter, Tucker Papers, 1780-1929, approximately 3,433 items.
Persons represented include John Randolph Tucker.

Papers: In the Samuel Bassett French Papers, 1858-1892, 52 items.
Correspondents include John Randolph Tucker.

Papers: In the Warner Throckmorton Jones Papers, ca. 1807-1891, approximately 2,674 items.
Correspondents include John Randolph Tucker.


Duke University Libraries
Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library
Durham, NC
Papers: 1848-1879, 3 items.
Letters of John Randolph Tucker concerning his family, his law practice, the family of Edmund Randolph, and a request for help in securing a Federal job.


Library of Congress
Manuscript Division
Washington, DC
Papers: In the Thomas S. Bocock Papers, 1760-1897, 2.5 feet.
Correspondents include John Randolph Tucker.

Papers: In the James J. White Papers, 1851-1894, approximately 375 items.
Persons represented include John Randolph Tucker.


The Library of Virginia
Archives Branch
Richmond, VA
Papers: 1842, 28 items.
The papers consist of correspondence from John Randolph Tucker to Muscoe R.H. Garnett, written between October 30, 1842 and January 24. The correspondence begins immediately after Garnett’s completion of his law degree at the University of Virginia while Tucker was attending his last year. Tucker’s letter to his intimate friend largely comment on and describe his love affairs and other personal relationships, but also record his developing political, religious, and social views including states’ rights, western development, and individual campaigns and political personalities.

Papers: In the Garnett-Mercer-Hunter Families Papers, 1713-1853, 80 items.
Correspondents include John Randolph Tucker.

Papers: In the Lewis Edwin Harvie Letters, 1876-1885, 283 pages and 17 leaves.
Correspondents include John Randolph Tucker.

Papers: In Tucker-Randolph family papers, 1781-1885.
1 reel of microfilm. Originals at Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. Finding aid in repository.


University of North Carolina
Southern Historical Collection
Chapel Hill, NC
Papers: In the Tucker Family Papers, 1790-1932, 22 feet.
Persons represented include John Randolph Tucker.


University of Virginia Library
Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library
Charlottesville, VA
Papers: In the Barbour Family Papers, 1672-1930, 1600 items.
Correspondents include John Randolph Tucker.

Papers: In the Hubard Family Papers, 1749-1951, approximately 9,600 items.
Correspondents include John Randolph Tucker.

Papers: In the Hunter-Garnett Family Papers, ca. 1703-1970, approximately 2000 items.
Correspondents include John Randolph Tucker.

Papers: In the Irvine, Saunders, Davis, and Watts Families Papers, 1745-1914, 3000 items.
Persons represented include John Randolph Tucker.

Papers: In the Papers of the Thornhill Family and of Thomas S. Bocock 1760-1897, approximately 2.6 linear feet.
Persons represented include John Randolph Tucker.

Papers: In the Virginia Political Correspondence, 1779-1930, 431 items.
Correspondents include John Randolph Tucker.

Papers: In the Washington Family Papers, 1770-1883, 50 items.
Correspondents include John Randolph Tucker.


Washington and Lee University Library
Lexington, VA
Papers: In the Juliet S. Bradford Correspondence, 1884, 1 folder.
Correspondents include John Randolph Tucker.

Papers: In the Tucker Family Papers, ca. 1794-1931, approximately 80 items.
Correspondents include John Randolph Tucker.

Papers: In the James J. White Papers, 1851-1894, approximately 375 items.
Other authors include John Randolph Tucker.