10.75 x 13.5” album with a black cover and tan suede spine and corners. In the middle of the front cover is the name M. L. Emerson. This 19th century album is a flower herbarium containing over 35 pages of specimens. About two thirds are identified. Those that are labeled include the order name, botanical name, and common name. The labeled flowers include: buttercup, apple tree flower, sandalwort, oleaster, flowering ferns, cotton grass, melastomes, whiteweed, alders tongue, ice plant, red clover, globeflower, weigela, white clover, and yarrow. The location and date are not mentioned All of the specimens have aged to a brownish color and some of this coloration has bled onto or stained the opposite side of many pages. The flowers are typically arranged with one flower to each page until the back of the album, where several specimens appear to share pages. As is typical with herbariums, some of examples are delicate and are missing sections or sections are loose. The album is not entirely filled, and the suede spine and corners are flaking.