Etiquette--United States; Self-culture; Mourning etiquette; Hotels, motels, etc; Etiquette for children and teenagers; Household employees; Finance;
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This book was co-written by a mother and daughter as a guide to improving social etiquette, and the authors say in the dedication: "Men and women- women, in particular- to whom changed circumstances or removal from secluded homes to fashionable neighborhood involved the necessity of altered habits of social intercourse; girls, whose parents are content to live and move in the deep ruts in which they and their forbears were born; people of humble lineage and rude bringing up, who yet have longings and tastes for gentlehood and for the harmony and beauty that go with really good breeding- these make up the body of our clientele."
This second part of the book covers topics like mourning, table etiquette, home etiquette, hotels and boarding-houses, "Mrs. Newlyrich and her Social Duties," children, neighbors, church etiquette, courtesy for elders, the relationship between mistress and maid, finances and allowances, and self-help.
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etiquette, social climbing, hospitality, mourning etiquette, sports, public spaces, hotels, boarding houses, children, neighbors, church etiquette, elders, maids, servants, finances, allowances, self-help, self-improvement, social adjustment
Harland, Marion and Van De Water, Virginia, "Everyday Etiquette (Part 2)" (1905). Mother Home & Heaven. 104.