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Old Long Island: When Henry C. Martin's Estate Was For Sale

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: When 'Elmcroft' Was For Sale

Old Long Island: When 'Elmcroft' Was For Sale

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

Old Long Island: 'Jericho Farm', the Middleton Schoolbred Burrill estate designed by John Russell Pope c. 1906 in Jericho. The estate was one of the largest, consisting of close to 1,000 acres.

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.

'Ballyshear', the Charles Blair Macdonald estate designed by F. Burrall Hoffman Jr. c. 1913.

Old Long Island: 'Pelham Farm', the Henry Asher Robbins estate built c. 1901 in Southampton. Robbins, a founder of the Waltham Watch Company, was in business with his brother Royel E. Robbins under the name Robbins & Brother.

Old Long Island: 'Williston House', the Judge Horace Russell estate designed by Bruce Price c. 1898 in Southampton with landscaping by Anette Hoyt Flanders. Russell was a judge on the Superior Court of New York from 1880-1883 and was general counsel for A.T. Stewart's estate.