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This is the second volume of a two-volume Book of Etiquette by author Lillian Eichler. Eichler states in the introduction that the purpose of the book is, "To give the reader so clear and definite an understanding of the social life that he will be able to have at all times, under all conditions, that unaffected grace and charm of manner that the French like to call savoir faire." This second volume includes information about servants, various types of meals, various types of entertainment, speech, dress, and travel etiquette.
Nelson Doubleday, Inc.
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Etiquette handbook, servants, dinners, luncheons, teas, bachelors, games, sports, speech, dress, business woman, street etiquette, theater etiquette, opera etiquette, hotel etiquette, travel etiquette, tipping, etiquette abroad, foreign words
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Etiquette--United States; Household employees; Dinners and dining; Entertainment events; Speech
Eichler, Lillian, "Book of Etiquette Volume 2" (1922). Mother Home & Heaven. 88.