How would you score on this 1930s marriage test?
Promptness and courtesy make the most successful romances, apparently...
George W. Crane was an author, lecturer, educator, psychologist, and doctor of medicine, who had both an M.D. and a PhD. On top of that, he ran a counseling practice and matchmaking service in the 1930s. All that is to say, he was highly regarded in his time as a relationship expert. His work eventually led to the creation of a marital test, designed to help husbands and wives see how well they or their partner were doing in the marriage, and where they needed to improve.
Naturally, as many things have changed since the etiquette of the 1930s, the standards for married couples was very different back then, and almost laughably so. Click through to see a sample of his extensive test, and find out how well you and your partner would have fared.
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