So you think you know Dearborn, huh?
When it was founded, who it's named for, all the mayors, what the city is known for–there's a lot of facts about our town.
The Daily Dearborn Trivia will test your knowledge of our city, from historic facts to which high school won a big game last week. Think you know the answer? Chime in with a comment. Then come back the next day to see if you got it right.
Today's question: What was the first thing produced at the Ford Rouge Plant?
: Four architects were involved in the building of Henry Ford's Fairlane Estate. Frank Lloyd Wright made the initial design, but abandoned the project and was replaced by Marion Mahony Griffin. However, a trip to Europe inspired the Fords to ask William H. Van Tine to help with some details, while Joseph Nathaniel French worked on the final parts of the house. Meanwhile, Jens Jensen was the facility's landscape architect.