“WHAT, MY OLD FRIEND, IS THIS WORLD ABOUT TO BECOME? EVERY THING WILL BE PULLED DOWN? BUT WHAT WILL BE BUILT UP?”
ADAMS, John and ADAMS, Samuel. Four Letters. Boston, 1802.
First edition of four letters written between September 12 and November 20, 1790 on the subject of liberty and the future of the republic. Featuring two letters from John Adams, then Vice-President, to Samuel Adams, and two from Samuel Adams, then Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts, to John Adams, extremely scarce entirely uncut and in contemporary wrappers. $4500.