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Original research and interviews of local people familiar with the the life styles of this popular summer resort that peaked between the twenties and forties. Originally large wooden hotels build by the railroads attracted wealthy mid-west families that spend the whole summers playing golf and tennis, sailing and partying. The history of the private associations, the gambling casinos are described from articles re-printed from the Detroit Free Press.
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Edith Gilbert has written feature articles for the United Feature Syndicate, numerous magazines and several books on Wedding Etiquette, Entertaining and Tablesettings. Her columns appear in local papers. She is well known as a creative hostess and has travelled extensively. Her home is in Charlevoix, Michigan.Review:
"People you will never know, in years to come, will thank you for preserving all this material" -- Margaret Conklin, literary executor to poet Sara Teasdale
in a letter to the author.
There was nothing written about summer resort life--there were plenty of books written about lumber, railroad and fishing. -- Petoskey New Review
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Book Description Jet'iquette, Charlevoix, Michi, 1995. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110960078657
Book Description Jet'iquette, Charlevoix, Michigan, 1995. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0960078657