Friday, May 26, 2017

Barrenness Be Gone

Detroit Free Press, June 3, 1935
No longer will visitors at Eloise infirmary complain of the barrenness of the grounds behind the main buildings or the lack of landscaping. Under the direction of Supt. Thomas K. Gruber several hundred trees have been set about the winding drives and walks and bushes. Shrubs have been planted at advantageous locations. In addition, thousands of flowers, sheltered in the Eloise greenhouses through the winter, have been put into beds.

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