Collier’s magazine published the second in a series of three essays on automobile travel by a not-yet-well-known writer named Emily Post


Saturday 11th September 1915

Collier’s magazine published the second in a series of three essays on automobile travel by a not-yet-well-known writer named Emily Post. The series, called “By Motor to the Fair,” told the story of Post’s 27-day drive from New York City to the San Francisco’s Panama-Pacific Exposition. The next year, Post published her first nonfiction book: the well-received By Motor to the Golden Gate, an expanded account of her trip. Later, of course, she went on to become one of the world’s most famous and beloved authorities on etiquette.


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