Post, Emily

Post, Emily (b. Price)

(1872–1960) authority on etiquette; born in Baltimore, Md. Daughter of a wealthy New York architect, she wrote society fiction and essays before writing her classic Etiquette—The Blue Book of Social Usage (1922). In her ten editions of Etiquette, and her syndicated etiquette column and radio show, she defined good manners for millions of Americans, dispensing relaxed yet serious advice that was striking in its flexible response to changing social mores.

Post, Emily

(1873–1960) etiquette book author; preaches “consideration for others.” [Am. Hist.: Flexner, 277]
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In her heartfelt post, Emily Jade also highlights how gruelling and turbulent both infertility and IVF are.
amp;nbsp;In her post, Emily Mueller described the immense pain she and her husband felt the moment they discovered the doctors could not find their baby's heartbeat.
Post, Emily Post's great-granddaughter-in-law, is a Director and spokesperson of The Emily Post Institute, and the author of more than a dozen etiquette books.