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Home and Business


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Entered According to Act of Congress in the Year 1896

In the Office of the Librarian of Congress,

Washington, D. C.


In placing LEE'S HOME AND BUSINESS INSTRUCTOR before the public our aim has been to supply a universal demand. It is an acknowledged fact that bulky and expensive books are, year by year, growing less in favor. To meet this emergency we have, at a great outlay of money, succeeded in collecting a vast amount of valuable information, published now for the first time in book form, at a price within the reach of all.

The INSTRUCTOR has been prepared and edited by men whose lives have been devoted to the different subjects they have supplied. The most prominent exponent of Penmanship in America has arranged this Department. A literary man of world-wide reputation wrote the Models of LetterWriting; the head accountant of one of our leading corporations drafted Bookkeeping; a lawyer of learning and high standing has carefully compiled Every Day Law; Banking is furnished jointly by a cashier of long experience and an economist versed in the complicated questions of currency, exchange, etc.; finally, a distinguished society leader has written for us Social Forms and Speeches for All Occasions. No inexperienced hand has been allowed to mar the completeness and thoroughness of this little volume, and if it fills the want for which it is intended we shall feel well paid for our efforts.


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