DescriptionGeorge Washington. The Writings of George Washington. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1976-1997.
First editions. Thirty-three octavo volumes, including:
W. W. Abbot, ed. The Papers of George Washington: Colonial Series, Volumes 1-10; Revolutionary War Series, Volumes 1-7; Confederation Series, Volumes 1-4; Presidential Series, Volumes 1-6; The Journal of the Proceedings of the President, 1793-1797. Black cloth with gold spine titles and facsimile signature on front cover. Dust jackets. Overall fine to very fine.
Donald Jackson and Dorothy Twohig, eds. The Diaries of George Washington, Volumes II-VI. White and blue cloth with gold spine titles. Dust jackets. Overall fine.
The grant-funded Papers of George Washington project was established at the University of Virginia in 1969. Intended to extend to ninety volumes, the published hardcover series currently consists of fifty-two. This lot includes all ten of the Colonial volumes, seven of the sixteen Revolutionary War volumes, four of the six Confederation volumes, six of the thirteen Presidential volumes, the single-volume Journal of the Proceedings of the President, and five of the six Diaries volumes.
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