John Adams

I visited the grave of John Adams at the Adams National Historic Site on October 5, 1997. It was late in the day, so the house was closed. I went to the church where he is entombed in the basement. When I came home a few days later and had my pictures developed, much to my horror, the WHOLE roll was ruined. I guess I'll have to go back. 

John Adams by Gilbert Stuart (1798)
Postcard of the Adams Homestead in Quincy, MA


The saltbox  house on the right is the birthplace of John Adams. The two houses are the oldest presidential birthplaces in America.
(from a postcard)


Return Visit! September 26, 2015




Adams National Historical Park


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