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Mezzanine and Drawing Room of Historic Packard Road Home Renovated By Judge and Mrs. Breakey Jr., April 1968

Mezzanine and Drawing Room of Historic Packard Road Home Renovated By Judge and Mrs. Breakey Jr., April 1968 image
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Ann Arbor News, April 18, 1968
Caption
Mezzanine Frames Drawing Room - When Judge and Mrs. James R. Breakey Jr. decided to remodel the stately pillared home built in 1830 which belonged to Judge Breakey's parents, a major consideration was to build a room to house Judge Breakey's law books and the book cases which he inherited from the law office of a friend. The result is an attractive drawing room, music room and library which is framed by a second-floor mezzanine where more books and Mrs. Breakey's collection of dolls rest. The red-carpeted stairway has a wrought iron bannister which extends around the mezzanine upstairs.
Month
April
Year
1968
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