Andrew Oliver

Andrew Oliver, a student and collector of American portraits, was long a distinguished member of the bar in New York City and now resides in Boston. He is First Vice President of the New-York Historical Society, a member of the Council of the Massachusetts Historical Society, a Commissioner of the National Portrait Gallery, author of Faces of a Family (1960), and editor of certain of the Adams Papers.

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Cover: The Journal of Samuel Curwen, Loyalist: Volumes 1 & 2The Journal of Samuel Curwen, Loyalist: Volumes 1 & 2Curwen, Samuel
Oliver, Andrew
HARDCOVER01/01/1972$58.00
Cover: Portraits of John Quincy Adams and His WifePortraits of John Quincy Adams and His WifeOliver, AndrewHARDCOVER01/01/1970$87.00
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