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The author of the definitive guide to etiquette was born at 14 E. Chase St., into a family of wealth and privilege, according to the Maryland Humanities Council. She began to write as a way to support her two children after she divorced her husband and received no alimony. Who was she?
The author of the definitive guide to etiquette was born at 14 E. Chase St., into a family of wealth and privilege, according to the Maryland Humanities Council. She began to write as a way to support her two children after she divorced her husband and received no alimony. Who was she? (Ogilvy Public Relations)

Readers: Think you know your Baltimore? Try answering our weekly trivia question. Some weeks will be ridiculously easy, some weeks a bit more challenging.

Here’s last week’s trivia:

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QUESTION: What famously proper American author and socialite, whose most notable book came out in 1922, when she was 50, was born in Baltimore?

ANSWER: It was Emily Post, whose first etiquette book was “Etiquette in Society, in Business, in Politics and at Home.” Post was born in Baltimore in 1872.

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