New York: Published by the author, 1902. Cloth; 8vo. 100 pages. One table for each year, plus blank pages at end to record births, marriages, and death. "In publishing this almanac, the compiler is only resuming the work so ably begun and carried on by his family for neaarly two centuries. The illustrious Haham David Nieto, being a profound astronomer, established the form of calendar now followed by Jews in all parts of the world. His calendar was published in 1718. Haham Isaac Nieto, his son and successor in office, published an almanac for 22 years-from 1740-1762. Phineas, son of the latter, published his almanac for 47 years-from 1791-1838. This was the famous Nieto's Almanac so much enquired for.....The good work is now resumed by one of the Nieto family, who publishes this almanac for 100 years-from New Year 1902-2002. 'Its usefulness is its best recommendation. '" (forward to the edition) SUBJECT(S) : Jewish almanacs. OCLC lists 16 copies worldwide. Ex-library with minimal markings. Usual age staining. Has been rebound. Some pages stuck together. Otherwise, very good condition. (AMR-1-20).