Members of the Bristol History Club visited President Andrew Johnson Museum and Library on the Tusculum College campus on Monday, Sept. 13, to learn more about Andrew Johnson and the College’s history. The members were provided an overview of Tusculum’s history and a tour of the museum’s exhibit by George Collins, museums program advisor. The Andrew Johnson items were of particular interest to the members, and one in particular, Betsy Carrier, at left. Carrier’s family has donated a number of items to the museum from the Johnson family, including items from the time that Johnson spent in the White House. Carrier’s grandfather married Johnson’s granddaughter and moved into a house in Bluff City that was built by his mother-in-law, Mary Stover, who had lived in the White House during Johnson’s presidency. The Bristol History Club is the oldest women’s club in Bristol, established more than 100 years ago.