Item #4167 HOW TO BEHAVE - THOUGH A DÉBUTANTE; OPINIONS BY MURIEL - As Overheard by EMILY POST. "Muriel" aka Emily Post.
HOW TO BEHAVE - THOUGH A DÉBUTANTE; OPINIONS BY MURIEL - As Overheard by EMILY POST
HOW TO BEHAVE - THOUGH A DÉBUTANTE; OPINIONS BY MURIEL - As Overheard by EMILY POST
HOW TO BEHAVE - THOUGH A DÉBUTANTE; OPINIONS BY MURIEL - As Overheard by EMILY POST

HOW TO BEHAVE - THOUGH A DÉBUTANTE; OPINIONS BY MURIEL - As Overheard by EMILY POST

Garden City: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., 1928. First Edition. Hardcover. 227 pages. 19.5 x 12 cm. Illustrated by JOHN HELD, JR. Miss Manners, Emily Post, first published this book in serial form in Vanity Fair under the anonymous pen name Muriel. Early in her career, Miss Post had a bunch of fun, writing humorous essays and books on various topics such as travel, business, and of course Etiquette. This entertaining book features the fictitious debutante "Muriel" who spends her day navigating the trials and tribulations of life as a debutante. To add to the amusement, the book features one of the best-known illustrators of the jazz-age, John Held Jr. Laid in - most of the scarce dust wrapper, minus the back cover. Interior clean, lightly toned at edges. Boards clean but rubbed at edges. Illustrated paper covered boards, red cloth covered spine. Very good. Item #4167

Price: $200.00

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