Dodge dynasty

To mark the recent 100th anniversary of the automaker, both kinfolk and cars were brought together at Meadow Brook Hall, a historic estate in suburban Detroit built by Matilda Dodge Wilson, widow of John Dodge.

Brothers John and Horace Dodge each died in 1920, but their name and legacy live on in vehicles and numerous descendants.

To mark the recent 100th anniversary of the automaker, both kinfolk and cars were brought together at Meadow Brook Hall, a historic estate in suburban Detroit built by Matilda Dodge Wilson, widow of John Dodge.

Pictured here, on either side of the Dodge progeny, are a 1915 Dodge sedan and a 2015 Dodge Challenger.

Diana Dodge, in the blue-and-white striped shirt, is the granddaughter of Horace Dodge.

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