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Where Cares Refuse to Stay: The Story of Pennsylvania's White Sulphur Spring Hotel (Paperback)

Author: Saxton, Cliff

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Step back in time, to the days of roadside inns, mineral water cures, and leisurely summer vacations in the Allegheny foothills. As a family-owned resort, for nearly a century the White Sulphur Springs Hotel welcomed weary travelers to secluded Milligan''s Cove in southwestern Pennsylvania for rest, recreation, and the sulphur waters. Through a rich collection of historical photos, documents, and personal accounts, Where Cares Refuse to Stay explores the legacy of hospitality in the Cove, as well as the story of the hotel and its proprietors, and it considers the 21st-century role of this Pennsylvania landmark, now the eastern conference center of Officers'' Christian Fellowship.


Publisher Loomis House Press
Mfg Part# 9781935243113
SKU 212486381
Format Paperback
ISBN10 193524311X
Release Date 9/29/2009
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