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The Architecture of Leisure

Fine Print, LTD

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Era:

Contemporary; 2000s

Condition:

Excellent

Materials:

paper

Size:

2" L x 8" W x 10" H

Color/Finish:

multi

Why We Love This

The Architecture of Leisure by Susan R. Braden. University Press of Florida, 2002. Hardcover with dust jacket protected in Mylar. 396 pages. As railroad barons Henry Flagler Henry Plant pushed their lines southward, they also created a string of resort hotels to attract wealthy northerners with an appetite for balmy climates and luxurious accommodations. Susan Braden tells the story of these magnificent pleasure palaces.
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Why We Love This

The Architecture of Leisure by Susan R. Braden. University Press of Florida, 2002. Hardcover with dust jacket protected in Mylar. 396 pages. As railroad barons Henry Flagler Henry Plant pushed their lines southward, they also created a string of resort hotels to attract wealthy northerners with an appetite for balmy climates and luxurious accommodations. Susan Braden tells the story of these magnificent pleasure palaces.

About Fine Print, LTD

At Fine Print, LTD we have been gathering books from around the country and are always on the hunt for the interesting and unusual. Our collection spans many decades, and we are delighted to now offer it to One Kings Lane buyers.