Etiquette--United States; Household employees; Hygiene; Women; Businesswomen; Palmistry
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The full title for this book is "Twentieth Century Etiquette: An Up-To-Date Book for Polite Society Containing Rules for Conduct in Public, Social and Private Life, at Home and Abroad including suggestions for oriental teas, church festivals, charity socials, costume parties, bazaars, Germans, indoor games, outdoor sports, tally-ho parties, masquerades, etc., etc. also correct dress for weddings, receptions, and all other occasions designed for both men and women, young and old." This last section of the book contains chapters titled "Servants, Maids and Assistants," "Births and Christenings," "Funerals and Mourning," "Special Suggestions," "Graceful Development of the Body," "Unselfishness-The Key to Graciousness," "The Possibilities of Women," "Women in Business," "Real and Fancied Wrongs," "Higher Culture," "The Shaping of Character," "Women Beautiful," and "The Language of the Hand."
etiquette, manners, servants, maids, assistants, births, Christenings, funerals, mourning, chivalries, poise, exercise, graciousness, women, women's sphere, higher education, women in business, businesswomen, higher culture, character, beauty, palmistry, language of the hand, palm reading
White, Annie Randall, "Twentieth Century Etiquette (Part 3)" (1900). Mother Home & Heaven. 100.