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  • Meadow Brook Hall A Living Legacy 1980, Meadow Brook Publication
  • Meadow Brook Hall A Living Legacy 1980, Meadow Brook Publication
  • Meadow Brook Hall A Living Legacy 1980, Meadow Brook Publication
  • Meadow Brook Hall A Living Legacy 1980, Meadow Brook Publication
Author Name:    Meadow Brook Publication

Title:   Meadow Brook Hall A Living Legacy 1980

Binding:   Card cover

Book Condition:   Very good condition

Edition:   First Edition stated

Publisher:   Rochester, Michigan Meadow Brook Publication 1980

Illustrator:   H.K. Barnett, photographer

Seller ID:   4283

Our daughter lives in Michigan, so we're there quite a bit. Nonetheless I have never heard of Meadow Brook Hall until I bought this in MICHIGAN! John Dodge was part of the Dodge Brothers automobile business. Martha Rausch of Canada came to Michign to business school. As luck would have it she found a job as a secretary for John Dodge. In 1925 they were married. The manor house is sumptuous thanks to William E. Kapp, architect, and Smith, Hinchman and Grylls, the contractor. It was a home fo decades, but in 1971 it became a cultural spot for thw public. The booklet measures 7" x 10" and has32 counted pages.


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