New York: Association Press, 1967.
Ninth Printing. Hardcover. 8 1/8" X 5 1/2". vi, 183pp. Moderate edgewear to unclipped dust jacket, with shallow chipping to head and tail of spine, very small tears to edges and extremities, light dust soiling, scattered rubbing, and small open tears to spine, taped at verso. Orange cloth over boards, with spine lettered in black. Mild edgewear to binding, with corners bumped and light dust soiling. Faint foxing to endpapers. Binding is firm and sound. Pages are clean and unmarked. A very attractive mid-century modern guide to men's manners by Esquire staff editor Robert Loeb, illustrated by Robert Yahn cartoons, and including chapters on etiquette in speaking, letter writing, dating, dining, dress, sports, business, driving, and wedding, as well as a chapter on "interracial courtesy, with embarrassment-preventing tips on how to behave with people of other nationalities, colors and creeds." Good / good. Item #5313