The Palm Beach Story (Hardcover)
Jane Foster and Ann Copeland request the pleasure of your company to experience the history and the escapades of Palm Beach life. By 1910, Americans who owned yachts and private railroad cars flocked to Palm Beach, and a social season was established. That's when all the trouble began. Ever since, endless balls, dinner parties, luncheons, teas, and golf, tennis, and croquet matches have provided a sunny petri dish for the salacious behavior which has characterized this modern-day Eden.
The authors' refreshing style is breezy, direct, engaging, and witty, and readers are sure to devour the fascinating and often outrageous inside scoop on the rich and famous.