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    'Brightwaters', the William C. Atwater estate designed by Brite & Bacon c. 1904.

    'Matinecock Point', the J.P. Morgan Jr. estate designed by Christopher Grant LaFarge c. 1913.

    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: Bayville

    Old Long Island: 'Avondale Farms', the Joseph Wright Harriman estate renovated by Sir Alfred C. Bossom c. 1918 in Brookville.

    Old Long Island: 'Framewood'

    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.

    Old Long Island: When 'Elmcroft' Was For Sale

    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 Gardens of 'Oak Hill'

    Brookholt | O.H.P. Belmont [Alva Smith Vanderbilt Belmont] estate designed by Hunt & Hunt c. 1897. Demolished 1950s

    George Rose estate, Old Westbury, New York

    John Pierpont "Jack" Morgan, Jr. (1867–1943) American banker & philanthropist, the son of J. P. Morgan & Frances Louisa Tracy. Morgan resembled his father in his dislike for publicity & continued his father's philanthropic policy. He played a prominent part in financing WW I. In 1915, an intruder entered Morgan's Long Island mansion & shot him twice in an attempt to assassinate him. This was ostensibly to bring about an embargo on arms, & in protest of his profiteering from war

    Idle Hour | William K. Vanderbilt's summer residence on Long Island. 110 room mansion on the Connetquot River in Oakdale, New York. Now Dowling College.

    Photographic Logbook: America's Castles - Part II: Return to Heart Island | Boldt Castle - Heart iconography is everywhere. The estate stands as a powerful tribute to the love of two people who lived a century ago.

    Photographic Logbook: America's Castles - Part II: Return to Heart Island | The Power House at Boldt Castle

    Marble House, Newport, Rhode Island