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Edsel and Eleanor Ford, and their four children (Henry II, Benson, Josephine, and William) moved to their mansion in Grosse Pointe Shores, Michigan in 1929. Edsel Ford was the only child of Clara Bryant and Henry Ford, founder of Ford Motor Company.

This picture is of the Childrens' playhouse. It is a 2/3 scale Tudor-style house built in 1930 for Josephine Ford when she was seven, as a birthday gift from her grandmother Clara Ford.

The photo is in matte finish.

Ford Estate - Childrens' Playhouse

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  • Materials: digital camera, professional photographic paper
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