~ Modern Etiquette in Public and Private, 1893via Internet Archive

~ Modern Etiquette in Public and Private, 1893
via Internet Archive

~ The Ladies’ Guide to True Politeness and Perfect Manners; or, Miss Leslie’s Behaviour Book, a Guide and Manual for Ladies, by Eliza Leslie, 1864via Open Library

~ The Ladies’ Guide to True Politeness and Perfect Manners; or, Miss Leslie’s Behaviour Book, a Guide and Manual for Ladies, by Eliza Leslie, 1864
via Open Library

~ Young’s Hotel, 1884via University of Washington

~ Young’s Hotel, 1884
via University of Washington

~ The Ladies’ Guide to True Politeness and Perfect Manners; or, Miss Leslie’s Behaviour Book, a Guide and Manual for Ladies, by Eliza Leslie, 1864via Open Library

~ The Ladies’ Guide to True Politeness and Perfect Manners; or, Miss Leslie’s Behaviour Book, a Guide and Manual for Ladies, by Eliza Leslie, 1864
via Open Library

~ Executive Etiquette, by Chester Burger, 1969The Good Old Days = a time when you needed an etiquette book to tell you that “aside from his skin color” a “Negro” is “just like anyone else”.

~ Executive Etiquette, by Chester Burger, 1969

The Good Old Days = a time when you needed an etiquette book to tell you that “aside from his skin color” a “Negro” is “just like anyone else”.

~ The Ladies’ Guide to True Politeness and Perfect Manners; or, Miss Leslie’s Behaviour Book, a Guide and Manual for Ladies, by Eliza Leslie, 1864via Open Library

~ The Ladies’ Guide to True Politeness and Perfect Manners; or, Miss Leslie’s Behaviour Book, a Guide and Manual for Ladies, by Eliza Leslie, 1864
via Open Library

~ The Whittier News, December 7, 1920via Whittier Digital Archives

~ The Whittier News, December 7, 1920
via Whittier Digital Archives

~ The Bazar Book of Decorum. The Care of the Person, Manners, Etiquette, and Ceremonials, by Robert Tomes, 1870via Internet Archive"Employers will be forced, sooner or later, to seek for their servants exclusively among civilized people…"

~ The Bazar Book of Decorum. The Care of the Person, Manners, Etiquette, and Ceremonials, by Robert Tomes, 1870
via Internet Archive

"Employers will be forced, sooner or later, to seek for their servants exclusively among civilized people…"

~ The Referee & Cycling Trade Journal: A Weekly Record and Review of Cycling and the Cycling Trade, 1893

~ The Referee & Cycling Trade Journal: A Weekly Record and Review of Cycling and the Cycling Trade, 1893

~ Student’s Hand-book of Meredith College, Raleigh, North Carolina; 1919-1920
~ The Pacific Monthly, vol. 12 July-January 1909(click to enlarge)"If you would know more about the wonders of Vacuum Cleaning send for this book."

~ The Pacific Monthly, vol. 12 July-January 1909
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"If you would know more about the wonders of Vacuum Cleaning send for this book."

~ Understand Your Child-From 6 to 12, Public Affairs Pamphlet No. 144; by Clara Lambert, 1948(click to enlarge)

~ Understand Your Child-From 6 to 12, Public Affairs Pamphlet No. 144; by Clara Lambert, 1948
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~ Poster Bulletin No. 24, North Carolina State College of Agriculture, 1917via National Agricultural Library(click to enlarge)"The garden is not entirely for the farm wife - men must help"

~ Poster Bulletin No. 24, North Carolina State College of Agriculture, 1917
via National Agricultural Library
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"The garden is not entirely for the farm wife - men must help"

~ advertisement from Charleston’s Historic Houses, 1953; Historic Charleston Foundation
via Lowcountry Digital Library
(click to enlarge)Benne: Southern U.S., especially South Carolina, and Bahamian English - the sesame plant or its seeds. (dictionary.com)

~ advertisement from Charleston’s Historic Houses, 1953; Historic Charleston Foundation
via Lowcountry Digital Library
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Benne: Southern U.S., especially South Carolina, and Bahamian English - the sesame plant or its seeds. (dictionary.com)

~ Colored Directory, Topeka, Kansas, 1934via Kansas Historical Foundation"The Best Equipped Colored Golf Course in Kansas"

~ Colored Directory, Topeka, Kansas, 1934
via Kansas Historical Foundation

"The Best Equipped Colored Golf Course in Kansas"