Randolph Greenfield Adams (1892-1951)

Country : États-Unis
Language : anglais
Gender : masculin
Birth : Philadelphie, Penn., 07-11-1892
Death : Ann Arbor, Mich., 04-01-1951
Note :
Historien. - Directeur de la "William L. Clements Library", Université du Michigan, Ann Arbor
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0001 0893 8317

Activities of Randolph Greenfield Adams (1892-1951) (22)

Auteur du texte (22)

Political ideas of the American Revolution
Remarks
Report of the William L. Clements library, by Randolph G. Adams
Three episodes in our military history...
Three Americanists
Librarians as enemies of books
Michigan through three centuries, a guide to an exhibition of books, maps and manuscripts in the William L. Clements Library [by Randolph G. Adams and Lewis G. Vander Velde]
Five radio addresses on George Washington, by Randolph G. Adams,...
The Whys and wherefores of the William L. Clements library, a brief essay on book collecting as a fine art, by Randolph G. Adams [3rd edition.]
A View of Cornwallis's surrender at Yorktown, by Randolph G. Adams
A Census of the copies of Hariot's "Virginia", 1588 quarto, by Randolph G. Adams
The Whys and wherefores of the William L. Clements library, a brief essay on book collecting as a fine art, by Randolph G. Adams. [2nd edition.]
Pilgrims, Indians and patriots, the pictorial history of America from the colonial age to the revolution, by Randolph G. Adams
The Papers of Lord George Germain, a brief description of the Stopford-Sackville papers now in the William L. Clements Library, by Randolph G. Adams
British Headquarters maps and sketches used by sir Henry Clinton while in command of the British forces operating in North America during the War for Independence (1775-1782). A descriptive list... by Randolph G. Adams
British Headquarters maps and sketches used by sir Henry Clinton while in command of the British Forces operating in North America... A descriptive list of the original manuscripts and printed documents now preserved in the William L. Clements library at the University of Michigan
A New imprint of the Passy press, by Randolph G. Adams
The Headquarters papers of the British Army in North America during the war of the American Revolution, a brief description of sir Henry Clinton's papers in the William L. Clements Library by Randolph G. Adams
The Passports printed by Benjamin Franklin at his Passy press. [by Randolph G. Adams.] - The Blank passport by Luther S. Livingston
Political ideas of the American revolution : Britannic-American contribution to the problem of imperial organization, 1765-1775... By Randolph Greenfield Adams...
Abel Parker Upshur, by Randolph G. Adams...
The Cartography of the british attack on Fort Moultrie in 1776, by Randolph G. Adams

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