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This collection is comprised of the single volume, anonymous "American Ladies Pocket Book" for 1799. The small printed volume includes an almanac, lyrics to popular songs, dance steps, rules concerning dress and conversation, and short stories about various moral topics. Many of the entries in the blank pages of the pocket book record amounts paid for various dry goods, and are dated from 1815-1817.
This collection is comprised of the single volume Poor Will's Pocket Almanack. It was presumably owned by a man named I. Pennington, as it includes his signature on the front cover. In addition to the published sections of the almanac, the volume includes Pennington's notes on items purchased, payments made, and friends and family visited.