Adams Family Correspondence, volume 3


The Adams Papers
Thomas Boylston Adams James Barr Ames Frederick Burkhardt Mark Carroll F. Murray Forbes Arthur J. Rosenthal Walter Muir Whitehill
Bernard Bailyn, Harvard University Samuel Flagg Bemis, Yale University Julian Parks Boyd, Princeton University Paul Herman Buck, Harvard University David Donald, The Johns Hopkins University Oliver Wendell Holmes, National Historical Publications Commission Leonard Woods Labaree, Yale University Robert Earle Moody, Boston University Samuel Eliot Morison, Harvard University Kenneth Ballard Murdock, Harvard University Stephen Thomas Riley, Massachusetts Historical Society Ernest Samuels, Northwestern University Clifford Kenyon Shipton, American Antiquarian Society Vernon Dale Tate, United States Naval Academy

The acorn and oakleaf device on the preceding page is redrawn from a seal cut for John Quincy Adams after 1830. The motto is from Caecilius Statius as quoted by Cicero in the First Tusculan Disputation: Serit arbores quae alteri seculo prosint (“He plants trees for the benefit of later generations”).