I can't hardly begin to tell you just how much family infor and heirlooms are included in this family Bible. The Bible itself was apparently owned by the lady in the photo,Myrtie Pepple Houghlin Bullard, the earliest date in the Bible is of her marriage in 1892. There are family letters that were typed from the originals and sent to her from a family member, that go back to the very early 1800's,and most are typed on both sides and contain a treasure trove of info. There is a poem written by her, a letter she wrote her baby brother in the late 1800's, a letter from her Uncle D. Adams, written on the back side of his business stationary when he was in his late 80's,the quit claim deed to her property, a letter from an attorney giving her her inheritence instructions,and most importantly the paper that shows her ancestry dating back to Sally and Robert Adams,all their children, grandchildren, etc. are included in this. All are originals, and are amazing. There are other great items included, but not enough room to describe all. The Bible itself was published by the Hitchcock and Warner Co. Cincinnati, I couldn't find a publishing date, but on the one family history page it does have a printed 18 and spaces for the person to add the year. So I'm guessing the late 1800's. It's not in the best condition, but was certainly a deluxe model for it's time. The other names that are present regarding family members, are, Whitford, Ruggles, Pepple , Houglin, Bullard,Pyle , Gray, Watson and probably even a few I missed.