Post, Emily

(redirected from Emily Price)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.

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]
References in periodicals archive ?
Girls: Sammy Fuller (Roehampton), Lily May Humphreys (Stoke by Nayland), Hollie Muse (West Lancashire), Emily Price (Cleobury Mortimer), Bel Wardle (Prestbury) and Amelia Williamson (Royal Cromer).
The Brown Room in the National Trust's Tredegar House chosen by Emily Price, the house and collections manager at Tredegar House, below left.
Johnson Memorial Cup Freddie Moore on Alfie; 2 Emily Price on Rhapsody; 3 Robert Ash on AC; 4 Robert Ash on Jester
Look to the stars up in the sky, Then you know, you will have to try To find the love you're waiting for, And you will be happy for ever more EMILY PRICE, age 9, Longbenton.
42; 4, Hannah Price, Blue, Emily Price, Rhapsody, 6.
Emily Price, mitigating, said that her client accepted responsibility as owner and director of the restaurant for the proper training of staff.
Just days after being taken ill, Emily Price died from a rare illness on Friday, May 12 in Aberystwyth.
The Lady Gaels drew first blood with a pair of runs in the top of the first frame on singles by freshman Caroline Rauscher, senior captain Emily Price and Colello.
Cramlington Blue Star played out a 1-1 draw with Blyth Spartans, Emily Price netting for Blue Star and Amber Wilton for Spartans.
The England side is Sammy Fuller of Surrey, Lily May Humphreys of Essex, Hollie Muse of Lancashire, Emily Price of Worcestershire, Bel Wardle of Cheshire and Amelia Williamson of Norfolk.
Winning team members Emily Price, Lauren Griffiths, Alice Foster, Alessandro Paletta, Lauren Butler and Joshua Powell - all A-level business students from the college's Yale site - had to beat more than 50 other teams for the right to represent Coleg Cambria.