Wednesday, August 19, 2009

When 'Elmcroft' Was For Sale

A brochure advertising 'Elmcroft', the Frank C.B. Page residence 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. Click HERE to see 'Elmcroft' on google earth.






Click below to see 'Elmcroft' in a 1966 aerial shot.

3 comments:

Susan Bruno said...

Nathan Miller was my grandmother's uncle and yes, this was his estate. I have a few family photos and the NY Herald Tribune from 9/18/52 when the estate was sold to the Russian envoy. How wonderful this is that you are dedicated to this cause! I would be happy to share the photos and clippings!

Anonymous said...

Zack, do you have the floor plans of this beautifull house? Thank you and congratullations for your work.

Fritz said...

I grew up next to that place and lived on what was the apple orchard

Was interesting to to talk to the Russians through the fence from time to time