Quintessential Sarasota

A special thank you to Pam Daniel , editor of Sarasota Magazine , and Daniel Denton , president of Clubhouse Publishing , Inc. , who first published my writing in their " Quintessential Sarasota " column and gave me the incentive to ...

Quintessential Sarasota

Author: Jeff LaHurd

Publisher: Clubhouse Pub

ISBN: 9781879026001

Page: 127

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