“White Point Then and Now” by Rick Conrad

About the Book...

John and Anne Sun first came to White Point in 1993 when they were dating, and they are still coming back, now with five children, including quadruplets. It is the tranquility of the south shore resort that appeals to the Suns of Ho-Ho-Kus, New Jersey. Others enjoy the ocean, the stone fireplaces, and the famous bunnies.

This book captures the magic and the memories of White Point, which opened in 1928 and has survived storms, both real and financial. What started as a seasonal destination for the well-to-do from outside Atlantic Canada has turned into a year-round operation that welcomes everyone. How has the resort changed? How has it stayed the same? Photographer Len Wagg skillfully contrasts the thens and the nows of White Point with over 60 charming photos, and Rick Conrad incorporates the memories of guests and staff.

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About the Author...

Rick Conrad, a graduate of the University of King’s College, was a long-time reporter and editor for the Halifax Chronicle Herald.

His positions included web editor, features writer, and education reporter.

He lives in Queens County on the same shore as White Point.

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About the Photographer...

Len Wagg is an award-winning Canadian photographer, journalist,  author and presenter. A visual storyteller for over three decades, he is well known for capturing the majestic beauty of his native Nova Scotia's wildlife and salt-strewn landscapes. His assignments have taken him all the way from the deserts of Ethiopia to the cockpit of a CF-18 over Europe, and all across Canada. Len's work has been published in the New York Times, Maclean’s, TIME Magazine, and other renowned publications. He is the author of five books, including the award winning Wild Nova Scotia, and his most recent Then and Now tracking famed Nova Scotian photographer Wallace MacAskill. Len lives in Wellington, NS, Canada.

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