Looking Back: The Joseph Berry House on the Lake Shore
March 26, 2014
Source: Grosse Pointe Historical Society
The Joseph Berry House on the Lake Shore — in a photo taken circa 1902-1903 — featured gardens and greenhouses. The gardens were watered by an in-ground sprinkler system. The Edgemere gardens were open to the public on Sunday afternoons.
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