Views of Mackinac Island

Views of Mackinac Island

Oversize Book - 2000
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"Mackinac Island is a Victorian woman with expensive tastes. She is lovely to look at and every filled with delight. But ultimately, all of your efforts at courtship will never lead to engagement... she is not spoken for, but has been held by so many others who have tried to make her their own that she has grown weary of possessiveness..." Thus begins Thomas Kachadurian's tribute to the "Grand Lady" of Michigan, Views of Mackinac Island. Gifted writer and photographer Thomas Kachadurian goes beyond the charm of fudge shops and horse-drawn carriages to reveal the private inner beauty of this treasured island. Breathtaking photographs and a conversational narrative draw you closer to an often hidden side of Mackinac you may have never seen before. It could be the closest you come from being a "Fudgie," to becoming "an Insider." Destined to be a gift-giving favorite of visitors and residents alike.
Publisher: Chelsea, Mich. : Sleeping Bear Press, [2000].
ISBN: 9781585360062
Branch Call Number: 977.4 Kac
Characteristics: 127 p.


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