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Early morning sun and the autumn leaves of sugar maples gild the meadow at Edsel and Eleanor Ford's Grosse Pointe Shores estate. As was Jensen's custom, the house is masked by trees until the entrance road, which winds along the shore of Lake St. Clair, has almost reached it. But visibility meant security in the 1930s, so Jensen did not add his usual underplanting of native shrubs.