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Almanacs

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Publications, usually annuals, containing a variety of useful facts of miscellaneous nature, or statistical information; originally included projections of coming days, months, and holidays.

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

American Almanac Collection

 Collection
Identifier: SpC MS 0013
Scope and Contents Collection includes Leavitt's Farmer's Almanack (42 items) from 1856 to 1927 (not inclusive) as well as miscellaneous almanacs published in the U.S. from the late nineteenth to the early twentieth centuries. Also includes photocopy of "Chronological list of Massachusetts almanacs 1639-1850" from the American Antiquarian Society, April 1912, p. 41-134.

Cutts Family Papers

 Collection
Identifier: SpC MS 1048-sc
Overview Papers of a prominent family living in Saco, Maine in the first half of the nineteenth century. Included is a pamphlet by George Addison Emery titled Colonel Thomas Cutts : Saco's most eminent citizen in the country's early days, published in 1917 in Saco, Maine. Also included are farmer's almanacs, most of them by Robert B. Thomas, for the years 1813-1820, 1822, 1829, 1832-34, and 1850. The almanacs are interleaved with diary entries. Thomas Cutts was probably the author of the diary entries...

The Maine Farmers' Almanac Collection

 Collection
Identifier: SpC MS 0312
Scope and Contents The collection includes The Maine farmers' almanac from the years 1819 to 1972. Volumes for 1820, 1822, 1823, and 1829 are lacking. For most years there are 2 copies.

Perkins Family Papers

 Collection
Identifier: SpC MS 0401
Overview The collection contains notes and information on the Perkins family gathered and compiled from around 1911 to 1913 by Enoch Perkins of Malden, Massachusetts. Also included are letters to various generations of the family written between 1772 and 1885 as well as legal documents, wills, deeds, receipts and other family papers dating from 1700 to 1901.