|Mirror [#1]||Etiquette.pdf||30,129 KB/Sec|
|Mirror [#2]||Etiquette.pdf||46,946 KB/Sec|
|Mirror [#3]||Etiquette.pdf||34,141 KB/Sec|
*Illustrated with the book’s original pictures.
*Includes a Table of Contents.
In the United States, an entire industry has been created out of etiquette, whether it’s asking for newspaper columnist’s advice on how to write thank you letters, the rules of RSVPing, and other social norms. And without question, one of the pioneers of the etiquette genre was Emily Post, whose name is still often invoked in discussions of proper etiquette and manners. 50 years after her death, Post’s name is still used in the titles of other etiquette books.
Post, of course, also wrote her own tome on etiquette. In 1922 she published Etiquette in Society, in Business, in Politics, and at Home (usually referenced as Etiquette), which became a best seller. Post was also a fixture on radio and newspaper, writing etiquette related columns by the 1930s.
This edition of Post’s Etiquette is specially formatted with a Table of Contents and is illustrated with over a dozen pictures of her and the book’s original pictures.