The Good housekeeping marriage book; twelve ways to a happy marriage; introduction by William F. Bigelow, editor, Good housekeeping; foreword by Helen Judy Bond.

New York, Prentice-Hall, 1938.

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
WRLC Shared Collections Facility
HQ734 .B625 Off-site
Subjects Marriage.
Description ix, 173 p. 23 cm.
Notes "First printing, October, 1938."
Contents When he came a-courting, by E. R. Groves.--Now that you are engaged, by J. L. McConaughy.--Ought I to marry? By Ellsworth Huntington.--Should wives work? By Eleanor Roosevelt.--Learning to live together, by Gladys H. Groves.--Marriage makes the money go, by Elizabeth Bussing.--Child? Of course! By Jessie Marshall.--Detour around Reno, by Hornell Hart.--Sex instruction in the home, by Francis B. Strain.--Religion in the home, by W. L. Phelps.--It pays to be happily married, by S. G. Dickinson.--The case for monogamy, by E. R. Groves and Gladys H. Groves.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00529688
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