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Letitia Baldrige

"... the person talking to you never looks directly at you, but rather around the room, searching for the answer to the universal cocktail party question, 'Who's here tonight?'"

Letitia Baldrige, Roman Candle (1956)

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"Finally ... You have accomplished your mission in going there tonight -- you were 'seen,' and you furnished your host and hostess with the sincerest proof of your great love and friendship for them -- you endured their cocktail party."

Letitia Baldrige, Roman Candle (1956)

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"... there are two types of the male species of Homo sapiens: men, and Italian men."

Letitia Baldrige, Roman Candle (1956)

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"In Rome people seem to love with more zest, murder with more imagination, submit to creative urges more often, and lose the sense of logic more easily than in any other place."

Letitia Baldrige, Of Diamonds and Diplomats (1968)

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"The perfect classroom is Paris."

Letitia Baldrige, Of Diamonds and Diplomats (1968)

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"A balanced guest list of mixed elements is to a successful party what the seasoning is to a culinary triumph."

Letitia Baldrige, Of Diamonds and Diplomats (1968)

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"There is no substitute for the riches gained on a lifetime basis by the young American who studies or works abroad. "

Letitia Baldrige, Of Diamonds and Diplomats (1968)

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"... if the right man does not come along, there are many fates far worse. One is to have the wrong man come along."

Letitia Baldrige, Of Diamonds and Diplomats (1968)

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Letitia Baldrige, U.S. White House social secretary, publicist, etiquette maven
(1926 - 2012)

Known as “Tish.”