Love & marriage

How to snare a male: Dating & marriage advice from 1950

So many experts have come out with learned treatises on how to land an eligible bachelor, it was time for an experienced amateur to speak up. There is one big difference between their fancy methods and mine. Mine worked.

Do you know how to kiss? (1937)

Do you know how to kiss? But let Carol Hughes And Lee Dixon show you, anyhow Sure. everybody knows how to kiss -- after a fashion. But there's a right and wrong way, so they say. And because of that Carol Hug... Click to read more...

Please your husband and wear an apron (1911)

There is not a man living who, in his secret heart, does not like to see a woman in an apron. Every bridegroom dreams of his young wife donning one in which to pour his coffee.
The marriage of TRH the Duke and Duchess of York, 6 July 1893

Wedding etiquette: An old-fashioned bridal procession (1893)

Get details of an old-fashioned Victorian bridal procession here! At the start, the wedding party, with the exception of the groom and his best man, assemble in the waiting rooms at the entrance to the church where the procession is formed.

How to choose a husband (1921)

Whatever you do, do not marry a man who claims to be a saint. He lives too much in his own imagination of himself. He is nearly always an unconscious or a subconscious hypocrite. He will not live up to his professions with you, although he may do it with the brethren.

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