One of the books I returned was The Taxi-Dance Hall by Paul G. Cressey. This book was published in 1932 and is a fascinating look at taxi-dancers in the 1920s and 1930s. You might know these dancers as dime-a-dance or nickel dancers. Men paid 10 cents to dance with a girl; the owner got a nickel and the dancer got a nickel. Really interesting reading.
Year: too lazy
U.S. Mint: ditto
Condition: range from dirty to tarnished, only one shiny penny
Total Found Money to Date in 2014: $10.78