Item #17329 Everybody’s Letter-Writer. Letters. Etiquette.
Everybody’s Letter-Writer.

Everybody’s Letter-Writer.

Philadelphia: Fisher & Brother, [n.d., ca. 1850]. Apparent first edition.A letter-writing manual focusing on letters related to romance, matrimony, and family, also with a section on business letters. Some of the letter templates include “A Gentleman to a Lady, being his superior in rank and fortune”; “From a Gentleman to a Lady who has rejected his suit”; “From a Tenant to a Landlord, soliciting time to make payment”; “From a Young Lady to her Lover”; and “Breaking off a Match.”. With a frontispiece and a title-page vignette. Some chipping to edges. Later ink notation to bottom margin of title-page. Some marginal toning. A very good copy of a scarce and fragile item. Publisher’s blue printed paper wrappers. 3 in. x 4 in. [62] pp., paginated inconsistently. Item #17329

OCLC records seven copies, only five in North America (NYPL, AAS, University of Michigan, Princeton, and Brigham Young).

Price: $350.00

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