Gwen Fries

Gwen Fries is Assistant Production Editor for the Adams Papers at the Massachusetts Historical Society.

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Cover: Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 15: March 1801 – October 1804Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 15: March 1801 – October 1804Adams Family
Woodward, Hobson
Martin, Sara
Minty, Christopher F.
Millikan, Neal E.
Fries, Gwen
Norton, Amanda Mathews
Georgini, Sara
Barlow, R. M.
HARDCOVER10/19/2021$95.00Not yet available
Cover: Papers of John Adams, Volume 20: June 1789 – February 1791Papers of John Adams, Volume 20: June 1789 – February 1791Adams, John
Georgini, Sara
Martin, Sara
Barlow, R. M.
Fries, Gwen
Norton, Amanda Mathews
Millikan, Neal E.
Woodward, Hobson
HARDCOVER07/14/2020$95.00
Cover: Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 14: October 1799 – February 1801Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 14: October 1799 – February 1801Adams Family
Woodward, Hobson
Martin, Sara
Minty, Christopher F.
Norton, Amanda Mathews
Millikan, Neal E.
Fries, Gwen
Georgini, Sara
HARDCOVER08/13/2019$95.00
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