Originally published as No Hay Fever and a Railway in 1989, this new edition of Willa Walker's classic volume draws upon archival records and the author's own memories as she lovingly recalls the exceptional little town and its permanent ...
Author: Willa Walker
Publisher: Fredericton, N.B. : Goose Lane Editions
Near the end of the 19th century, the wealthy of Montreal, Boston, and New York "discovered" the sublime beauty of St. Andrews. The Algonquin and other luxurious hotels sprang up to serve these magnates and celebrities, and their "cottages" are among the most elaborate in eastern North America. Summers in St. Andrews is the deliciously anecdotal story of the rich, famous, and powerful who made St. Andrews one of Canada's poshest resort towns. The golden age ended with the Second World War, but the cottages are still enjoyed by their eminent owners. Recalling the glory days, Summers in St. Andrews describes 35 of the cottages in loving detail. The Toronto Star called the book, first published as No Hay Fever and a Railway, "unique and spirited," and The Montreal Gazette pronounced it "delightful," just like the summers it describes.
Author: THE REV. RICHARD BURGESS, B.D.Publish On: 1835
THE REV. RICHARD BURGESS, B.D.. CHURCH OF ST. ANDREW. 127 about
thirty feet from the shore in the sea. ... and this corresponds so well with the site of St. Andrew's Church, where there are ruins of a temple and a fountain, that no ...
Mr. B. summer trade improving right along . says business is all right and
prospects to match . CORNWALL , ONT . ST . ANDREWS , N.B. After spending
Sunday in Montreal , I started in on the This is a quaint old town down by the sea ,
Then summer arrived, andseveral facts became unavoidable. Claire would be
back here next year; I wouldn't. Claire was headingbackto America for the summer; I was staying here to caddie. The decisionthat followed made sense.The
Author: Oliver Horovitz
Category: Sports & Recreation
A hilarious and poignant memoir of a Harvard student who comes of age as a caddie on St. Andrews’s fabled Old Course. In the middle of Oliver Horovitz’s high school graduation ceremony, his cell phone rang: It was Harvard. He’d been accepted, but he couldn’t start for another year. A caddie since he was twelve and a golfer sporting a 1.8 handicap, Ollie decides to spend his gap year in St. Andrews, Scotland—a town with the U.K.’s highest number of pubs per capita, and home to the Old Course, golf ’s most famous eighteen holes—where he enrolls in the St. Andrews Links Trust caddie trainee program. Initially, the notoriously brusque veteran caddies treat Ollie like a bug. But after a year of waking up at 4:30 A.M. every morning and looping two rounds a day, Ollie earns their grudging respect— only to have to pack up and leave for Harvard. There, Ollie’s new classmates are the sons of Albania’s UN ambassador, the owner of Heineken, and the CEO of Goldman Sachs. Surrounded by sixth generation legacies, he feels like a fish out of water all over again and can’t wait to get back to St. Andrews. Even after graduation, when his college friends rush to Wall Street, Horovitz continues to return each summer to caddie on the Old Course. A hilarious, irresistible, behind-the-scenes peek at the world’s most celebrated golf course—and its equally famous caddie shack—An American Caddie in St. Andrews is certain to not only entertain golfers and fans of St. Andrews but also anyone who dares to remember stumbling into adulthood and finding one’s place in the world.
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the town as St. Andrews but referred to the post office as St. Andrew. ... every
effort with the most bountiful harvests; where the summers are joyous seasons of
refreshing breezes and invigorating nights of cool and healthful slumber; and
Author: Ann Pratt Houpt
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
From one of the first mentions of St. Andrews by the British in 1771 to the present day, people have long been pulled to the community as an ideal place to live. Around 1880, many years after Native American tribes greeted the first European settlers to St. Andrews, the St. Andrews Bay Railroad, Land and Mining Company summed up this idyllic town in an advertisement for mailorder real estate with this description: “The loveliest location in all Florida . . . the fairest land the sun ever blessed with its genial kiss. There is but one Florida, and St. Andrews Bay is its brightest jewel.” Many settlers lured by advertising such as this came to visit and found they wanted to stay. After St. Andrews incorporated in 1908, the community began its transformation into the popular port it is today.
Maggie would like to have life one long summer - time , and every bit of it
vacation , with nothing for her to do . ” The girls laughed ; and Maggie began to
work , trying to look indignant at the accusation . “ Oh , but dear old Christmas ! it
is better ...
This is followed by “ A Vignette ” ( perhaps the most personal part of the book
inasmuch as it describes her childhood summers “ between the wars ” at St . Andrews ) that looks at the wonderful collection of mostly affluent people who
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, Violet B ...
Publisher: Toronto Branch Ontario Genealogical Society
Last mer ' s camps of this training kind ( to be NE result of Camp Bonsall during
month there was announced a gift of found on page 242 of this number ) , the its
successive summers has been the one thousand dollars by the late Wil - | reader
Ross spent a year in St. Andrews, where the insights and education he received
from Old Tom and clubmaker David ... Harry Colt spent boyhood summers at St. Andrews; and Alister MacKenzie and A.W. Tillinghast both learned the game and
Author: Lee Pace
Publisher: UNC Press Books
Category: Sports & Recreation
One of the finest golf courses in America in the early 1900s was the revered Pinehurst No. 2, designed by the legendary Donald Ross and first opened in 1907. Physically and mentally demanding, the course gave players options on every hole and required them to envision and execute recovery shots from the sandy perimeters and the pine forests as well as think creatively around the intricate greens. As a result, No. 2 became a favorite of the nation's top amateurs and professionals. Unfortunately, a modernization of the course over the last four decades stripped it of much of its character. In The Golden Age of Pinehurst, Lee Pace chronicles the breathtaking restoration of No. 2 from its recent slick and monochromatic presentation back to a natural potpourri of hardpan sand, wire grass, and Sandhills pine needles. The restored No. 2--accessible for amateur play, yet challenging enough for the professional--once again stands apart for its beauty, strategic appeal, and Old World flavor.
The sun was beating down on their exposed heads, making them sweat in the summer's heat, but they didn't mind that so much. What they did mind was the
complete and total lack of horses. Sir Payton and Sir Tristan were knights, not
Author: LA Quill
The Knights of St. Andrews are famous for their courage, valor, and honesty. They are known far and wide as defenders of the peace and prosperity St. Andrews has always displayed. Trained by the wise and powerful Grandmaster Svend, the Knights of St. Andrews follow The Knights Code in every aspect of their lives. But now Grandmaster Svend is missing! With no clues as to his whereabouts, the Knights of St. Andrews must search the wilds of their realm and beyond to find their friend and mentor. Their journey will take them into the coldest parts of St. Andrews and have them facing off with an evil beyond imagining. Join Tristan, Payton, Jayden, and Kallum on their adventures in the first book of ""The Knights of St. Andrews,"" a series about loyalty, courage, and the enduring nature of friendship. Assessed reading level: 4.9
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Author: James GRIERSON (of St. Andrews.)Publish On: 1838
This lady , while residing with her family in St Andrews , about eighty years ago ,
had it elegantly fitted up and adorned with ... the sublime prospect of the adjacent
ocean , or as a romantic retreat for a tea - party in a fine summer's evening .
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Concession Lancaster Township ... Johnson St Ignace de Soulanges C 200 Summers Daniel M6 ref 1835 Dec 14 2CC Summers Daniel M7 ref 1835 Dec 14
E H. Summers ST . ANDREW's CHAPTER , No. 218 , S.C. Secretary - F . Howell
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. Grant Junior Deacon - J . C. Swanston J.-Ex. Comp . John Mitchell Organist - F ...
... the first summer's work in 1884 made up as happy a party as any M'Intosh
could remember . ... The month at St. Andrews offered practical experience and it
says much for Lankester's attitude that he never saw St. Andrews as a rival to ...
Author: Albert Everard Gunther
Category: Biologistes de la vie marine - Écosse - Biographies