L. H. Butterfield

L. H. Butterfield was Editor in Chief of the Adams Papers.

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Cover: Diary of Charles Francis Adams, Volumes 5 and 6: January 1833 – June 1836Diary of Charles Francis Adams, Volumes 5 and 6: January 1833 – June 1836Adams, Charles Francis
Butterfield, L. H.
Friedlaender, Marc
HARDCOVER01/01/1974$193.00
Cover: Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 3 and 4: April 1778 – September 1782Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 3 and 4: April 1778 – September 1782Adams Family
Butterfield, L. H.
Friedlaender, Marc
HARDCOVER01/01/1973$312.00
Cover: Diary of Charles Francis Adams, Volumes 3 and 4: September 1829 – December 1832Diary of Charles Francis Adams, Volumes 3 and 4: September 1829 – December 1832Adams, Charles Francis
Friedlaender, Marc
Butterfield, L. H.
HARDCOVER01/01/1968$193.00
Cover: The Earliest Diary of John Adams: June 1753 – April 1754, September 1758 – January 1759The Earliest Diary of John Adams: June 1753 – April 1754, September 1758 – January 1759Adams, John
Butterfield, L. H.
Friedlaender, Marc
Garrett, Wendell D.
HARDCOVER01/01/1966$63.50
Cover: Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 1 and 2: December 1761 – March 1778Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 1 and 2: December 1761 – March 1778Adams Family
Butterfield, L. H.
Garrett, Wendell D.
Sprague, Marjorie
HARDCOVER01/01/1963$312.00
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