The 11-year-old Mary Wier remembers her 1956 visit to the Beach Manor Hotel made her feel like a princess living in a palace.
The 11-year-old Mary Wier remembers her 1956 visit to the Beach Manor Hotel made her feel like a princess living in a palace. Courtesy of Randy Randazzo
The 11-year-old Mary Wier remembers her 1956 visit to the Beach Manor Hotel made her feel like a princess living in a palace. Courtesy of Randy Randazzo

This turn of the century Biloxi hotel was a place that made this young girl feel like a princess

September 15, 2017 12:00 AM

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