John Adams & John Quincy Adams, Quincy, MA Photos

John Adams, 2nd US President (1797-1801) lived (1735-1826) & his son John Quincy Adams, 6th US President (1825-1829) lived (1767-1848) had birthplaces not 50 feet from each other & thus their historic sites are linked. The son also inherited his father's mansion Peacefield & they are entombed in the same church. Abigail Smith Adams, John's wife & John Quincy's mother, ran a trading business while John was involved in the revolutionary war. John Quincy's wife Louisa Catherine Johnson was a greatly respected social leader in Washington.

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House where John Adams was born in 1735 run by National Park Service. Quincy, MA.Parlor of John Adams birthplace. Quincy, MA.John Quincy Adams birthplace house. Quincy, MA.House where John Quincy Adams was born in 1767 & where Abigail & family spent much of Revolutionary War with John Adams was away. Quincy, MA.
House where John Adams was born in 1735 run by National Park Service. Quincy, MA. Parlor of John Adams birthplace. Quincy, MA. John Quincy Adams birthplace house (1663) (141 Franklin St.). Quincy, MA. Style: Colonial Salt Box. Architect: Samuel Belcher. On National Register. House where John Quincy Adams was born in 1767 & where Abigail & family spent much of Revolutionary War with John Adams was away. Quincy, MA.
Office at John Quincy Adams birthplace where John Adams met politicians & clients. Quincy, MA.Writing desk under portrait of Abigail Adams at John Quincy Adams birthplace. Quincy, MA.Statue of John Adams - farmer, lawyer, patriot, diplomat, first Vice President, second US President. Quincy, MA.Granite bust of John Adams. Quincy, MA.
Office at John Quincy Adams birthplace where John Adams met politicians & clients. Quincy, MA. Writing desk under portrait of Abigail Adams at John Quincy Adams birthplace. Quincy, MA. Statue of John Adams - farmer, lawyer, patriot, diplomat, first Vice President, second US President. Quincy, MA.Granite bust of John Adams. Quincy, MA.
Statue of John Adams at City Hall square. Quincy, MA.Bronze statue of John Adams on town square. Quincy, MA.Portrait of John Adams after original by John Singleton Copley at Peacefield. Quincy, MA.John Adams portrait by Gilbert Stuart at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.
Statue of John Adams at City Hall square. Quincy, MA.Bronze statue of John Adams on town square. Quincy, MA.Portrait (c1784) of John Adams after original by John Singleton Copley at Peacefield. Quincy, MA. John Adams portrait (c1821) by Gilbert Stuart at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.
Bust of John Adams in Long Hall at Peacefield. Quincy, MA.John Adams at age 88 portrait by Jane Stuart at Peacefield. Quincy, MA.Detail of portrait of John Adams at age 88 by Jane Stuart at Peacefield. Quincy, MA.John Adams portrait by William Winstanley in Stone Library at Peacefield. Quincy, MA.
Bust of John Adams in Long Hall at Peacefield. Quincy, MA.John Adams at age 88 portrait (1824) by Jane Stuart at Peacefield. Quincy, MA. Detail of portrait (1824) of John Adams at age 88 by Jane Stuart at Peacefield. Quincy, MA.John Adams portrait (1798) by William Winstanley in Stone Library at Peacefield. Quincy, MA.
2: John Adams lived. XP.Mural of John Adams, Samuel Adams & James Bowdoin drafting the Massachusetts Constitution of 1780 in House chamber of State House. Boston, MA.Treaty of Peace unfinished painting after Benjamin West showing American signers of treaty ending American Revolution for which British signers refused to pose in Stone Library at Peacefield. Quincy, MA.Gravy boat owned by President John & Abigail Adams in American History Museum. Washington, DC.
2: John Adams (1797-1801) lived (1735-1826). XP.Mural of John Adams, Samuel Adams & James Bowdoin drafting the Massachusetts Constitution of 1780 in House chamber of State House. Boston, MA.Treaty of Peace unfinished painting (1783) after Benjamin West showing American signers of treaty ending American Revolution for which British signers refused to pose in Stone Library at Peacefield. Quincy, MA. Sevres gravy boat owned by President John & Abigail Adams in American History Museum. Washington, DC.
Dinner service used in White House of President John Adams in American History Museum. Washington, DC.Porcelain chocolate pot used by John Adams with federal eagle symbol bearing JA initials at Peacefield. Quincy, MA.Early graphic of Peacefield estate of President John Adams. Quincy, MA.Peacefield centerpiece of Adams National Historic Site run by National Park Service. Quincy, MA.
Formal dinner service used in White House of President John Adams made by La Courtille factory of Paris in American History Museum. Washington, DC.Porcelain chocolate pot used by John Adams with federal eagle symbol bearing JA initials at Peacefield. Quincy, MA. Early graphic of Peacefield estate of President John Adams. Quincy, MA. Peacefield (1731) (aka Old House) centerpiece of Adams National Historic Site run by National Park Service. Quincy, MA.
Drop-leaf table with books & China in Paneled Room at Peacefield. Quincy, MA.Long Room parlor at Peacefield Old House. Quincy, MA.Armchair where John Adams was found before he died in study at Peacefield. Quincy, MA.Canopy bed in President's Bedroom at Peacefield. Quincy, MA.
Drop-leaf table with books & China in Paneled Room at Peacefield. Quincy, MA. Long Room parlor at Peacefield Old House. Quincy, MA.Armchair where John Adams was found before he died in study at Peacefield. Quincy, MA.Canopy bed in President's Bedroom at Peacefield. Quincy, MA.
John Adams' walking stick in Long Hall at Peacefield. Quincy, MA.Adams Stone Library, family house & Abigail Adams Gardens at Adams National Historic Site. Quincy, MA.Interior of Stone Library at Peacefield with wooden ladder. Quincy, MA.Statue of Abigail Adams with son John Quincy Adams by Lloyd Lillie. Quincy, MA.
John Adams' walking stick in Long Hall at Peacefield. Quincy, MA.Adams Stone Library, family house & Abigail Adams Gardens at Adams National Historic Site. Quincy, MA. Interior of Stone Library at Peacefield with wooden ladder. Quincy, MA. Statue of Abigail Adams with son John Quincy Adams (1997) by Lloyd Lillie. Quincy, MA.
John Quincy Adams portrait by William Hudson Jr. at National Portrait Gallery. Washington, DC.John Quincy Adams portrait by George Caleb Bingham after 1844 original at National Portrait Gallery. Washington, DC.John Quincy Adams portrait by Edward Marchant in Stone Library at Peacefield. Quincy, MA.Bust of John Quincy Adams in Long Hall at Peacefield. Quincy, MA.
John Quincy Adams portrait (1844) by William Hudson Jr. at National Portrait Gallery. Washington, DC.John Quincy Adams portrait (c1850) by George Caleb Bingham after 1844 original at National Portrait Gallery. Washington, DC.John Quincy Adams portrait (1840) by Edward Marchant in Stone Library at Peacefield. Quincy, MA. Bust of John Quincy Adams in Long Hall at Peacefield. Quincy, MA.
6: John Quincy Adams lived. XP.John Quincy Adams medal. Fremont, OH.John Quincy Adams peace medal at National Museum of the American Indian. Washington, DC.Portrait of Louisa Catherine Adams by Edward Savage at Peacefield. Quincy, MA.
6: John Quincy Adams (1825-1829) lived (1767-1848). XP.John Quincy Adams (1825-1829) medal (at Hayes Presidential Center). Fremont, OH.John Quincy Adams peace medal (1825) at National Museum of the American Indian. Washington, DC.Portrait (1791-4) of Louisa Catherine Adams by Edward Savage at Peacefield. Quincy, MA.
China plate used by Louisa Catherine Adams while First Lady at Adams National Historic Site. Quincy, MA.United First Parish Church is crypt for John & John Quincy Adams & their wives. Quincy, MA.Domed rotunda & clock of United First Parish Church. Quincy, MA.
China plate used by Louisa Catherine Adams while First Lady (1825-9) at Adams National Historic Site. Quincy, MA.United First Parish Church (1827) is crypt for John & John Quincy Adams & their wives. Quincy, MA. Architect: Alexander Parris. On National Register.Domed rotunda & clock of United First Parish Church. Quincy, MA.

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