Debra Shriver tells the story of finding and restoring a house in the French Quarter of New Orleans in the wake of Katrina. Part love letter, part scrapbook; readers are given a rare tour of this enigmatic city. The book is a cultural guidebook and historical reference of America's most European city, featuring the work of more than 20 photographers and artists. Chapters highlight food and entertaining, decorating, gardens, landscapes, local traditions, interiors, and architecture.
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Debra Shriver, a 12th generation Southerner, Francophile, passionate preservationist and jazz devotee, is a media executive with Hearst Corporation in New York City where she oversees PR and marketing for its magazines and media divisions. She lives in New York City and New Orleans with her husband.
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