A novel by Alvin Conway
“Real fashion was available to women for the first time and we reveled in the idea of dressing up and being the “it” girl.” -Eliza Pearce
“The bathing suit was minimalist and liberating. It was a wonderful chance to meld with nature and the elements. We swam constantly.” – Flora Clare Redding, author, poet 1926
He looked at her somberly. “Miss Redding, what do you think of James Joyce?” he asked.
Eliza shook her head. “Why do I have the feeling you just raided Amélie’s personal stock of expensive champagnes?”
“In July, I depart for a summer vacation in Italy and will be on the Amalfi Coast for several weeks.” – Flora Clare Redding, April 8, 1926