Leonard C. Faber

Leonard C. Faber was Assistant Editor of the Adams Papers until 1960, when he joined the staff of the National Historical Publications Commission in the National Archives.

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Cover: Diary and Autobiography of John Adams, Volume 1: 1755–1770Diary and Autobiography of John Adams, Volume 1: 1755–1770Adams, John
Butterfield, L. H.
Faber, Leonard C.
Garrett, Wendell D.
HARDCOVER12/12/1961$109.00
Cover: Diary and Autobiography of John Adams, Volume 2: 1771–1781Diary and Autobiography of John Adams, Volume 2: 1771–1781Adams, John
Butterfield, L. H.
Faber, Leonard C.
Garrett, Wendell D.
HARDCOVER12/12/1961$109.00
Cover: Diary and Autobiography of John Adams, Volume 3: Diary, 1782–1804; Autobiography, Part One (to October 1776)Diary and Autobiography of John Adams, Volume 3: Diary, 1782–1804; Autobiography, Part One (to October 1776)Adams, John
Butterfield, L. H.
Faber, Leonard C.
Garrett, Wendell D.
HARDCOVER12/12/1961$109.00
Cover: Diary and Autobiography of John Adams, Volume 4: Autobiography, Parts Two and Three (1777–1780)Diary and Autobiography of John Adams, Volume 4: Autobiography, Parts Two and Three (1777–1780)Adams, John
Butterfield, L. H.
Faber, Leonard C.
Garrett, Wendell D.
HARDCOVER12/12/1961$109.00
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