“I remain, sir, your most humble, obedient servant” is about as dated a sentiment as this letter, which was postmarked in Des Moines in 1914 and showed up in a Lincoln, Neb., letter carrier’s batch of mail this June.
“I remain, sir, your most humble, obedient servant” is about as dated a sentiment as this letter, which was postmarked in Des Moines in 1914 and showed up in a Lincoln, Neb., letter carrier’s batch of mail this June. Eric Gregory The Journal-Star via AP
“I remain, sir, your most humble, obedient servant” is about as dated a sentiment as this letter, which was postmarked in Des Moines in 1914 and showed up in a Lincoln, Neb., letter carrier’s batch of mail this June. Eric Gregory The Journal-Star via AP

Letter-perfect endings require careful thought

July 02, 2017 06:58 AM

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