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Foreign correspondence paper, 4; envelopes, 5.


Home dinner, invitation for, 32.

Honorable, whom to address as, 21.

House address on letter paper, 10, 11, 12.

House party, invitation for, 30.


Introduction by card, 29; by letter, 27.

Invitations, for At Homes, 38; bride's shower, 36; card party, 40; children's party, 43; small dance, 32; dinner, 31; dinner dance, 41; engraved form for receptions, dinners, etc., 38; home dinner, 32; house party, 30; joint, 40; letters of, 30; theatre party, 31 ; weddings, 44; when to be sent, 37.


Letters of acceptance, 30; condolence, 34; introduction, 27; invitation, 30; regret, 30.

Letter-writing, the essence of a good letter, 18; the address, 26; closing, 25; date, 26; folding, 26; order of pages, 25.


Married women, use of title by, 23.

Monograms, 7.

Mourning, acknowledging sympathy, 67; borders for cards and stationery, 68.


Place cards, 13.


R.s.v.p., 37.


Shower for bride-elect, 36.

Signatures, 23.


Tablets, monogramed, 13.

Theatre party, invitations for, 31.

Third person, use of, 21.

Typed letters, 23.


Unmarried women, use of title by, 24.


Wedding gifts, 50.

Wedding Invitations, acknowledging, 50; addressing, 49; At Home cards, 47, 56; bride's crest, 58; church weddings, 46; church and reception cards, 47, 49; enclosed cards, 47; golden wedding, 58; guest's name, 46; home wedding, 52; lettering, 44; paper for, 59; pew number, 48; recalling, 58; reception cards, 47, 48; second marriages, 57; silver wedding, 58; by whom issued, 46; when sent, 58; who pays for, 59.