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Elizabeth Adams

Facsimile signatures of Samuel Adams

Facsimile signatures of Samuel Adams

Adams, Samuel. Boston

Adams, Samuel. Boston

His excellency Samuel Adams Esqr. L.L.D. & A.A.S.

George Washington, President of the United States. John Adams, Vice-President of the United States. [Roll of Congress, the addresses of seven senators being added in MS. by Elias Boudinot.]

[John Adams.]

John Adams

His Excellency Samuel Adams Esqr.

Mr. Samuel Adams.

Adams, Samuel. Boston. To Stephen [ ]

Adams, Samuel. Boston. To Stephen [ ]

Mr. Samuel Adams.

John Adams

John Adams

Adams, Samuel. Boston. To Stephen [ ]

[John Adams.]

Adams, Samuel. Boston. To Stephen [ ]

Mr. Samuel Adams.

John Adams

Letter to Samuel Adams

Adams, Samuel. Philadelphia. To Rev. Dr. Samuel Mather

Letter to Samuel Adams

Letter to Samuel Adams, Boston

Letter to John Adams, Philadelphia

Letter to John Hancock and Samuel Adams, Boston

Letter to Samuel Adams

Adams, Samuel. Philadelphia. To Rev. Dr. Samuel Mather

Letter to John Adams, Philadelphia

Letter to the Gov. of Massachusetts [Samuel Adams]

Letter to Samuel Adams, Boston

Letter to John Hancock and Samuel Adams, Boston

Letter to [John Adams.]

Adams, John. Philadelphia. To Polly Palmer

Letter to John Hancock and Samuel Adams, Boston

Letter to Andrew Adams, Philadelphia

Letter to [Thomas Boylston Adams.]

Letter to John Adams, Philadelphia

Letter to [John Adams.]

Adams, John. Philadelphia. To Polly Palmer

Letter to Samuel Adams

Letter to President John Quincy Adams

Letter to President John Quincy Adams

Letter to the Gov. of Massachusetts [Samuel Adams]

[Adams, John] Baltimore. To Honorable Joseph Palmer

[Adams, John] Baltimore. To Honorable Joseph Palmer

[Adams, John] Baltimore. To Honorable Joseph Palmer

[Adams, John] Baltimore. To Honorable Joseph Palmer

Adams, John. To John Jay

Adams, John. To John Jay

Adams, John. To John Jay

Adams, John. To John Jay

Adams, John. To John Jay

Adams, John. To John Jay

Adams, John. To John Jay

Adams, John. To John Jay

Adams, John. To John Jay

Adams, John. To John Jay

Adams, John. To John Jay

Adams, John. To John Jay

Adams, John. To John Jay

Adams, John. To John Jay

Adams, John. To John Jay

Adams, John. To John Jay

Adams, Andrew. Litchfield

Adams, Andrew. Litchfield

John Adams.

John Adams, Schildknaap, Minister Pleipotentiaris der XIII.

His Excellency John Adams.

His Excellency John Adams.

John Adams

John Adams late President of the United States

Sheldon, Elisha. Salisbury. To Andrew Adams

Sheldon, Elisha. Salisbury. To Andrew Adams

S. Adams, Esq., Governor of Massachusetts, 1795.

[John Adams, Richard Henry Lee, Benjamin Franklin, Roger Sherman, Thomas Jefferson, Patrick Henry, Robert Morris, and Samuel Adams.]

Adams, Samuel. Massachusetts

John Adams, President of the United States.

Adams, Samuel. Massachusetts

His excellency John Adams, president of the United States.

[John Adams.]

Adams, John. Philadelphia. To Officers of the late American Army and Navy

Adams, John. Philadelphia. To Officers of the late American Army and Navy

[John Adams.]

[John Adams.]

[Shield with inset portraits of Franklin, Jefferson, Adams, etc.]

Samuel Adams Esq.r.

John Adams.

John Adams.

John Adams Esqr.

Richard Adams Locke

Miss Adams in the character of Zulima in the grand ballet dance of Zelico.

Residence of ex-President Adams.

[John Quincy Adams.]

[John Quincy Adams.]

[Presidents of the United States : Washington, Adams, Jefferson and Madison.]

Letter from John Adams

Letter from John Adams

Letter from John Adams

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