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