Douglas Entrance Notebook
Coral Gables, Florida has many beautiful entrances into the city. The Douglas Entrance is one that has been updated with nearby offices, restaurants, and living spaces to reflect the city's history while still being able to live a modern life. The Douglas Entrance was built between 1925 and 1927. The entrance was almost destroyed in 1966 until a brave group of women stopped the demolition. The group of women formed a group called The Villagers and have saved, restored, and promoted historic places.
A portion of the proceeds of the sale of this notebook will go to help save historic places.
CHOOSE Inside Page Style: Please choose between Ruled (Lined), Plain (Blank), Graph, and Bullet (dotted). If you do not choose a style, the will default option will be Ruled (Lined).
Notebook Construction: Individual pages are glued to the back spine. Perfect for notetaking, brainstorming, and getting your ideas down fast in a gorgeous, inspiring notebook. Unwanted pages can be removed with a vigorous yet gentle tug.
Cover: New media art image by artist Nancy Martini on a velvety-soft cover stock paper
Back Cover: The image is a photograph of linen as an image printed on paper
Size: 5" wide by 8.25" high Perfect to carry with you and at the ready for your next idea
Inside Pages: Choose your favorite inside pages with either lined, plain, graphed, or bulleted. Creamy white smooth 70lb acid-free paper.
Number of Pages: 48
First Inside Page: The inside first page has lined areas to write your name, email, and telephone as well as the artist's name and the location of the image depicted in the art.
Printing and Shipping: The journal is printed one at a time, so please plan on around 14 days for delivery due to the pandemic.
Returns and Exchanges: The journals are custom printed orders and are non-refundable. If there is an issue with your order, we will be happy to work with you to come to a solution.