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THE GRAND HOTEL PORCH (SEE POSTCARD ON 5 X 8 CARD)
IS SAID TO BE THE LARGEST AND LONGEST PORCH IN THE
WORLD, EXTENDING 880 FEET ACROSS THE FRONT OF THE
HOTEL. DIRECTLY BEHIND THE PORCH IS THE MAIN DINING
ROOM (ALONG THE RIGHT SIDE) AND THE DINING ROOM
IS SAID TO POSSESS THE LONGEST PIECE OF
CONTINUOUS CARPETING IN THE WORLD.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; MACKINAC ISLAND

Subject headings: BELIEF -- Product or activity of man or animal P477.13
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