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Mission Statement

Listed in the National Register of Historic Places and Michigan's most recent National Historic Landmark, Meadow Brook Hall - the 110-room, 88,000-square-foot Tudor Revival former home of Oakland University founders Matilda Dodge Wilson and Alfred Wilson - serves as a self-supporting historic house museum and cultural center, charged with: 1) preserving and interpreting invaluable architectural, historical, archival, fine and decorative arts resources for the education of international and national touring publics as the pre-eminent example of the country estate lifestyle of America's automotive aristocracy and 2) sharing the serene atmosphere and hospitality of the estate for the enrichment of the local and campus communities, friends and supporters.

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Meadow Brook Hall is the fourth largest historic house museum in the United States and is renowned for its superb craftsmanship, architectural detailing and grand scale. Built between 1926 and 1929 as the residence of Matilda Dodge Wilson (widow of auto pioneer John
Dodge) and her second husband, lumber broker Alfred G. Wilson, the 110-room, 88,000-square-foot, Tudor-revival style mansion is complete with vast collections of original art and furnishings

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http://www.meadowbrookhall.org/

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