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She asked for no money from him since he had lost almost everything in a stock market crash.
To add to her small income and support herself and her sons, Post began writing short stories that were published in the popular fiction magazines Ainslie's and Everybody's. The first, The Flight of a Moth (1904), was about a young American widow attracted to a crooked Russian nobleman.
She was the only child of Bruce Price, an architect, and Josephine Lee Price.As a successful writer and a woman of social position, Post was encouraged by an editor at the Funk and Wagnalls publishing company to write a book on etiquette (proper social behavior).Etiquette—The Blue Book of Social Usage, first published in 1922, quickly became a best-seller, bringing her fame and fortune.She married Edwin Main Post, a banker, in 1892, and they had two sons.Emily Post and her husband drifted apart, and his cheating caused the marriage to end in a divorce in 1905.