I don't know what your weather is today, but ours is wet and cold. 40 maybe, steady rain, and everything looks brown and grey and muddy. A good day to stay inside by the fire, drink coffee, read, and maybe do some reloading later.
One of my older manuals is a Lyman Reloading Handbook from the 1970s. It was given to the guy who gave it to me. It has notes, some typed, taped into the pages on certain cartridge loads and powders. It speaks of a history of reloading and tells me something about the original owner, a man I never met.
I can't share that copy with you, but here, in PDF, is the same book. You can view it online or download it from the upper right of the grey frame once the page loads. I don't know that I would use the load data without verifying it elsewhere, powder formulations change over time and a lot of recipes have been dialed back in the newer books.