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▶ Denise Orme and Arthur Grover sing 'The Swing Duet' from Veronique, 1906 - YouTube

Denise Orme and Arthur Grover sing 'The Swing Duet' from Veronique, 1906

Even though it may seem as if proper etiquette and manners are not applicable to what is happening in the modern world, I believe if every person was more cognizant of how they came across to one another, and as part of their everyday habits were kinder and more accepting of each other, the world would be better for it. Here is a comprehensive list of all of the articles written on The Glamorous Housewife, which will help you learn all about proper etiquette and manners.

Proper Etiquette For The Modern Woman

Are manners and proper etiquette dead? Here are all of the articles on proper etiquette for the modern woman written on The Glamorous Housewife.

Susie's New Stove 1950 Illustrated by Corinne Malvern (1901–1956)    Come Play House 1948 Illustrated by Eloise Wilkin (1904–1987)

Susie's New Stove, The Little Chef's Cookbook, 1950 First Edition Little Golden Book by Annie North Bedford, Illustrated by Corinne Malvern

Granville dancing the first airborne Charleston, London-Paris, 1926-1928. Mr Granville, inventor of this version of the Charleston dance routine, "takes a pupil through her paces on board an Armstrong Whitworth Argosy." (the luxury 'Silver Wing' biplane that carried seven passengers in comfort)

Granville dancing the first airborne Charleston, London-Paris, 1926-1928. Mr Granville, inventor of this version of the Charleston dance routine, "takes a pupil through her paces on board an Armstrong Whitworth Argosy." (the luxury 'Silver Wing' biplane that carried seven passengers in comfort)

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