Dedicated to the preservation of Long Island's 'gold coast' estates and other things old.
So very, very good.
Got to tour this when Mrs. Leboutllier was living there -- interior & grounds were fabulous.
lil' gay boy ~ If you took any photos would you share them through Old Long Island ?
Sadly, the few I had were lost in my last move -- most were never captured as in those days I used a 35mm Minolta & the sprockets stripped on the film (a whole roll at Greentree never exposed!)I did get some lovely shots of Mrs. Leboutllier and her cats in the garden, which she was in the process of historically restoring; when we visited, she even had the trapdoor to the loading dock below open in the main space...
lil' gay boy ~ Awwww !!! I had similar trouble once when I didn't make the film roll taut on the spool. The sprockets didn't engage the film, and the film was never exposed. Ironically it happened on a visit to Old Westbury Gardens and Eagle's Nest in 1968 !
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