THE LADY'S ALMANAC for the YEAR 1868. Almanac.
THE LADY'S ALMANAC for the YEAR 1868.
THE LADY'S ALMANAC for the YEAR 1868.
THE LADY'S ALMANAC for the YEAR 1868.
THE LADY'S ALMANAC for the YEAR 1868.
THE LADY'S ALMANAC for the YEAR 1868.
THE LADY'S ALMANAC for the YEAR 1868.
THE LADY'S ALMANAC for the YEAR 1868.
THE LADY'S ALMANAC for the YEAR 1868.
THE LADY'S ALMANAC for the YEAR 1868.
THE LADY'S ALMANAC for the YEAR 1868.
THE LADY'S ALMANAC for the YEAR 1868.

THE LADY'S ALMANAC for the YEAR 1868.

Boston: Issued by George Coolidge, 1867. 32mo (4.8 in, 12 cm). 159 pp.; ills. "No. 15" at head of title-page.

Sole edition: The almanac opens with a poem. Each month includes a poem or brief article, sometimes maxims or a second piece, Moon Phases, and Memoranda for notations. A section of numerous short pieces includes R. W. Emerson on May-Day, Mark Twain on Chambermaids, Mrs. Stowe on Hospitality, and H. W. Longfellow on Children. A Cooking Department includes recipes and a poem. The almanac closes with the Advertising Department pp.129-159 including ads for Crisper Coma for curling the hair, Holmes stereoscopes, Madame E.F. Thornton clairvoyant, Guild & Delano diamonds, Chastellar's white liquid enamel for the complexion, etc.

OCLC. Publisher's green cloth binding decorated in gilt to spine and upper board. All edges gilt. Illustrated title-page, almanac is lightly illustrated, and Advertising Department is highly illustrated. Readership: 1937 gift inscription to front free endpaper, limited penciled handwriting to monthly memoranda. Light shelfwear, lower rear board with discoloration. Very good. Item #1157

Sole edition.

Price: $175.00

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