Whether you remember her as Liza Minnelli's mother or as the girl who donned the ruby slippers, it's time to pay tribute to a silver screen queen. Judy Garland, whose birth name is Frances Ethel Gumm, would have turned 91 today. And to celebrate her life, we decided to look back at her childhood house in Grand Rapids, Minnesota.
Though it's not quite the Kansas ranch we were expecting, Garland's first four years were spent in a quaint home that resonates with the starlet's sweet and charming demeanor. Architectural Digest covered the residence in a feature last year, characterizing the property as a "late-19th-century white-clapboard house." The space is now available for public viewing thanks to the efforts of the Judy Garland Museum.
For more photos of the interiors, be sure to swing over to AD's slideshow.
Take a moment to remember some of Judy Garland's most memorable moments, and be sure to let us know what you think of the starlet in the comments below.
Correction: The headline in a previous version of this post stated the home was in Michigan. It is actually in Minnesota. We regret this error.
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