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Stealing Magnolias

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Stealing Magnolias

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Author(s):

Debra Shriver; preface by George Rodrigue; foreword by Mary Randolph Carter

Format:

hardcover

Size:

9" x 1" x 11"

ISBN:

9780982379912

Page count:

192

Why We Love This

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, part guidebook, "Stealing Magnolias" gives readers a rare tour 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.

Why We Love This

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, part guidebook, "Stealing Magnolias" gives readers a rare tour 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.

About ACC Publishing

ACC Distribution is a division of the Antique Collectors Club, a world-renowned publisher of definitive books on antiques and decorative arts. With traditional titles on antiques, art, design, and gardening, ACC Distribution represents over 60 publishing houses.