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Oh John! Oh Abby! Oh John, you're the President -- that makes me hot! Living history performers read these love letters of the former US President from Quincy. . North Bridge Visitor Center, Liberty St, Concord, MA . Here's a video from the Johnny Monsarrat Wheel Questions project.
Love Letters: The Intimate Correspondence of John and Abigail Adams
MULTIPLE DAYS: 06/30/2012, 07/28/2012, 08/26/2012
Location: North Bridge Visitor Center, Buttrick Garden | Map
Time: 1:00 PM
Fee Information: FREE
Contact Name: Minute Man NHP Division of Interpretation and Education
Contact Email: e-mail us
Contact Phone Number: (978) 318 - 7825
In April of 1776, John Adams wrote to his wife Abigail from Philadelphia, ""You bid me burn your letters. But I must forget you first."" Whenever John and Abigail Adams were apart, they continued a steady conversation through letter writing, and kept every single letter! ""Love Letters"" begins with John and Abigail's courtship and continues through some of our nation's most tumultuous times. Enjoy these iconic personalities as they reveal their teasing humor, their pleasure in their children and farm, and their undying love and respect for each other. ""Love Letters"" is presented by Adams scholars and veteran living history performers Patricia Bridgman and Thomas Macy.
We recommend you bring a lawn chair or blanket.