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Long Key, a luxury fishing camp established on one of the Keys a hundred and five years ago by Henry Flagler, the father of Florida tourism, is the subject of a new book I reviewed in the latest issue of Alexa Luxe Living in the New York Post. I call the book “evocative archaeology, a reminder of a time when travel, while onerous in its way, was a gentler pursuit for genteel folk.”