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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.

'Eagle Rock', Prides Crossing, Beverley, Massachusetts on Boston's fashionable North Shore. The Henry Clay Frick 'summer' estate designed by Little & Browne c. 1904. The 104-room mansion would be razed in 1969.

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: When 'Oak Hill' Was For Sale

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.

The Edmund S. Twining residence designed by William Adams c. 1910.

'Dune Dee', the William C. Dickerman estate built c. 1900.

The Arthur B. Claflin estate designed by Grosvenor Atterbury c. 1898.