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19th Century American Almanacs

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Described on this page are copies of miniature books in the Smith Collection published in the United States before 1901 (or by a publisher whose output largely dates before 1901).

19th Century American Almanacs

Boston

Farmer’s Alamanack for the Year of Our Lord 1818. Boston: Robert B. Thomas.

Almanack for 1824. Boston: Carter Richardson & Lord.

-Almanack for 1824. Boston, Massachusetts: Richardson and Lord.

The Boston Minitature Almanac, for the Year 1851. Boston, Massachusetts: Redding and Company, 1851.

-Boston Miniature Almanac for the Year 1851. Boston: Hotchkiss & Co., 1851.

-Boston Miniature Almanac for the Year 1853. Boston: Redding and Co., 1852.

The Boston Miniature Almanac, for the Year 1853. Boston, Massachusetts: Redding and Company, 1853.

New York

-Day’s New-York Pocket Almanac for theYear 1833. 1 7/8 x 3 7/16″. B19th: Not listed. Welsh 2202.

Almanac, Calendar for 1881. New York: Donaldson Bros.

Almanac, American Singer. New York: Singer Mfg. Co.

Almanac Calendar for 1912. New York: Gorham Co. Silversmiths & Goldsmiths. 30 pp. 2 1/8″ x 1 11/16″.
Tan leather, slightly scuffed. With gilt lettering and arms.

Worcester, MA

Thomas’s Massachusetts, New Hampshire & Connecticut Alamanack 1779. Massachusetts-Bay, Worcester: Isaiah Thomas.

20th Century Almanacs

Almanac for 1925, Petite Calendar and Stamp Book. Florists, Randolph, VT: H.M. Totman Co. Inc. 36 pp. 2″ x 1 3/8″.

The Petite Calendar. Compliments of Washington Mutual Savings Bank, Seattle. 1931. 1 7/8″ x 1 3/8″. Red leather binding.

The Petite Calendar. Issued by The Cowell & Hubbard Company, Cleveland. 1934. 1 7/8″ x 1 3/8″. Red leather binding.