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Old Long Island: 'Elmcroft' designed by Little & Browne in Brookville between 1917 and 1920. Page was executive V.P. of E.W. Bliss Co., makers of machinery and munitions for World War I. Little & Browne also designed the estate's outbuildings.

Old Long Island: 'Hilaire', originally the George Ernest Fahys estate designed by James O'Connor c. 1910 in Matinecock, with landscaping by the Olmsted Brothers.

Old Long Island: 'Ivy Hall'; A 1931 advertisement for 'Ivy Hall', originally the Ralph Julius Preston estate designed by Warren & Wetmore c. 1904 in Jericho.

Old Long Island: Inisfada; The 87-room retreat house, named “Inisfada” after the Gaelic word for “Long Island,” was built for $2.3 million between 1916-1920 for industrialist Nicholas Brady and his wife Genevieve, who also had residences in Manhattan and Rome.

'Matinecock Point', the J.P. Morgan Jr. estate designed by Christopher Grant LaFarge c. 1913 on East Island in Glen Cove

Old Long Island: When 'Waldene' Was For Sale; the Walter G. Oakman estate designed by Grosvenor Atterbury c. 1900 in Roslyn.

Old Long Island: 'Mañana', the E. Mortimer Barnes estate designed by Thomas H. Ellett c. 1914 in Old Brookville. The formal garden was designed by Annette Hoyt Flanders with specimens provided by Lewis & Valentine. Barnes was a stockbroker who had been living in a converted farmhouse when he commissioned Ellett to design him his estate.

Old Long Island: 'Oak Point' Playhouse, the Delano & Aldrich designed playhouse to 'Oak Point', the Harrison Williams estate enlarged by D&A c. 1926 in Bayville. Pictured is the playhouse after Harrison's wife Mona had repurposed it as their private residence. The playhouse was demolished in 1968.

Old Long Island: 'The Hameau', the Henry Upham Harris estate designed by Roger Bullard c. 1930 in Brookville, with landscaping by Louise Payson and Ellen Shipman. Harris was a partner at J.P. Morgan & Co., chairman of Harris Upham and Co., an investment banking firm, and a director at Chemical Bank. He was also a mayor of the Village of Brookville.

Old Long Island: The Gardens of 'Oak Hill'