The Traveling Postcard
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The paper analyzes the postcard "Sea Gull Golf Course" through a tourist evaluation of land usage in the context of the historical legacy of slavery at Pawleys Island. The paper discusses how while the postcard depicts a luxurious sprawling golf course intended for golfers seeking to escape the vigor of everyday life from work, etc. the slave plantation in which the course was built reflects a dark shadow over the area as a place of refuge.
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