John Quincy Adams                                                                                                 
Autograph Letter Signed



(1767-1848) Sixth President of the United States, Secretary of State under Monroe who principally formulated the Monroe Doctrine.  A.L.S. "J.Q. Adams" 1p. 4to., Quincy, Aug. 26, 1840, to Caleb Cushing of Newburyport, in part: "...Thomas Adams...a member of the Committee of Arrangements for the Norfolk County Pic Nic... is charged with an invitation from the Ladies to you to attend...". Boldly written and very good. 

Conservation framed with period engraving and biographical plaque.


John Quincy Adams

Document Type:

Autograph Letter Signed

Framed Dimensions:

21 3/4" w x 20 3/4" h



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