The Letters of Henry Adams

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Cover: The Letters of Henry Adams, Volume IV: 1892–1899The Letters of Henry Adams, Volume IV: 1892–1899Adams, Henry
Levenson, J. C.
Samuels, Ernest
Vandersee, Charles
Winner, Viola Hopkins
HARDCOVER02/12/1989$111.00
Cover: The Letters of Henry Adams, Volume V: 1900–1905The Letters of Henry Adams, Volume V: 1900–1905Adams, Henry
Levenson, J. C.
Samuels, Ernest
Vandersee, Charles
Winner, Viola Hopkins
HARDCOVER02/12/1989$111.00
Cover: The Letters of Henry Adams, Volume VI: 1906–1918The Letters of Henry Adams, Volume VI: 1906–1918Adams, Henry
Levenson, J. C.
Samuels, Ernest
Vandersee, Charles
Winner, Viola Hopkins
HARDCOVER02/12/1989$111.00
Cover: The Letters of Henry Adams, Volume 1-3: 1858–1892The Letters of Henry Adams, Volume 1-3: 1858–1892Adams, Henry
Levenson, J. C.
Samuels, Ernest
Vandersee, Charles
Winner, Viola Hopkins
HARDCOVER01/01/1982$335.50
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