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Belle Isle Conservatory 2
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The Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory opened on Belle Isle in 1904. This picture was taken in the Tropical House, the south wing of the Conservatory. Although Belle Isle is now a Michigan State Park, the Conservatory is operated by the Belle Isle Conservancy.

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