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This Hand-Book for Home Improvement is a collection of four handbooks: "How to Write," "How to Talk," "How to Behave," and "How to Do Business." This first section of the book contains the handbook "How to Write" and the first chapter of the handbook "How to Talk." "How to Write" discusses preferred writing materials, penmanship, spelling, general writing guidelines, and letter writing guidelines. This handbook also includes chapters discussing guidelines for writing various types of letters including business letters, family letters, friendship letters, love letters, letters of introduction, and notes and cards.
Fowler and Wells
New York, NY
etiquette, letter etiquette, love letters, business letters, family letters, letters of introductions, press
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Etiquette--United States; Social stationery; Letter writing--Handbooks, manuals, etc; Speech; Fowler and Wells Company
Unknown, "Hand-Book for Home Improvement (Part One)" (1887). Mother Home & Heaven. 72.