Etiquette Guides and Advice, Entertaining, Rules of Order
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Robert, Henry M.
Berkley 1989 Dewey Dec. 060.4
“A simplified, updated version of the classic manual of parliamentary procedure. Designed for today’s businesses, clubs, unions, boards, societies, churches, and other organizations.” -Publisher
Information and Instruction for those about entering, and those who desire to become educated and polished in general society. Containing nice points of taste, good manners, and the art of making one’s self agreeable. A manual of manners and customs at Parties, Balls, Dinners and Sociables, with forms for invitations, regrets, balls, marriages, funerals, etc., to which is added The Art of Writing
Aster, Mrs. Jane, ed.
Carleton 1882 Dewey Dec. 395
Baker, Josephine Turck
Correct English Publishing Company 1921 Dewey Dec. 395
Berkely 1999 Dewey Dec. 395
A guide to planning a wedding ceremony and reception, from announcements to honeymoon plans.
or, Familiar Letters to his Nephews, containing rules of etiquette, directions for the formation of character, etc., et., illustrated by sketches drawn from life, of the men and manners of our times, by Henry Lunettes
Conkling, Margaret Cockburn
Derby & Jackson 1860 Dewey Dec. 395
Wiley 1996 Dewey Dec. 395
“From body language and table manners to classroom behavior and gift giving, this guide to etiquette provides fascinating information about relations in our multicultural society.” -Booklist
Hall, Florence Howe
Dana Estes 1909 Dewey Dec. 395
Chapter headings are: Part I: 1. The Country Hostess and Her Problems, 2. Picnics and Country Frolics, 3. Country Weddings, 4. House-Parties, Guests and Guest-Chambers, 5. Unexpected Visitors
Part II: 6. The Flat-Dweller and Her Difficulties, 7. Afternoon Teas and Receptions, 8. Luncheons, 9. How to Give an Agreeable Dinner, 10. The Day of the Dinner, 11. Dances
Part III: 12. Twentieth Century Costume Dances and Masked Balls, 13. Musicals and Private Theatricals, 14. Card Parties, 15. Studio Teas and Bachelor Entertainments, 16. Class-Day and Commencement Festivities, 17. Women’s Clubs
Part IV: 18. Hints for Club Festivities, 19. Novel Ideas for Patriotic Entertainments, 20. Progressive Dinners, Barmecide’s Feasts, Magic Suppers, and Other Novelties, 21. The Stranger within our Gates, 22. Hospitality in Modern Europe, 23. Outgrown Ideals of Hospitality
A complete hand book for the use of the lady in polite society, containing full directions for correct manners, dress, deportment, and conversation; rules for the duties of both hostess and guest in morning receptions, dinner companies, visiting, evening parties and balls; a complete guide for letter writing and cards of compliment, hints on managing servants, on the preservation of health, and on accomplishments. And also useful receipts for the complexion, hair, and with hints and directions for the care of the wardrobe
Lee and Shepard 1873 Dewey Dec. 395
The first edition was published in 1860.
E. P. Dutton 1928 Dewey Dec. 395
Prescribed behavior for every sort of social function. Also touches upon setting the table, correspondence and invitations, Washington etiquette, servants, train and ocean travel, and more.
Kingsland, Mrs Florence
Doubleday 1901 Dewey Dec. 395
Laughlin, Clara Elizabeth, ed.
Appleton 1906 Dewey Dec. 793
“Suggestions for formal and informal home entertainments and the etiquet of such occasions, with plans for clubs, sociables, fairs and exhibitions.” – A.L.A.Catalog 1904 – 1911
Morrison, Terry et al.
Adams 1994 Dewey Dec. 395
“The definitive reference for doing business around the world.” -Libr J.
Books on Movies, Theater
Kahle/Austin Foundation 2011 Dewey Dec. 395
Funk & Wagnalls 1945 Dewey Dec. 395
Sherwood, Mrs. John
Harper 1884 Dewey Dec. 395
How the house shall be ordered; how company shall be received; how to visit and be visited; how to do it all kindly, attractively, becomingly, in proportion to means at command, is set forth very clearly.
– – A.L.A.Catalog 1904
Bantam 1974 Dewey Dec. 395
“Here are the answers to your questions, and realistic up-to-the-minute advice on how to live graciously in today’s hectic, informal world.” – book cover.
Wiggin, Edith E.
Lothrop, Lee & Shepard 1884 Dewey Dec. 395
Contents: Manners in General, at school, on the street, at home, toward the aged, at the table, in society, at church, in places of amusement, in stores and similar public places, in traveling, in borrowing.
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