This small but intriguing journal was found buried in a crate in the attic of a junk shop in Prague. It's an agenda and journal belonging to a Czech schoolgirl c. 1933. Of note, the language used is not traditional Czech, but rather what's been described to me as a "rural dialect" of Czech. Included in the journal are various recipes for traditional folk remedies and samples of the plants used in them. Curiously, the diary seems to have been produced as a promotional product by a Czech explosives manufacturer most famous for inventing Semtex.