'Vista Lawn', the Henry Clay Weeks residence in Bayside. Weeks was the arch nemesis of mosquitos everywhere, serving as Secretary of the American Society for the Extermination of Mosquitos and leading the early fight to rid the pests in Queens. He also fought the New York and New Jersey Telephone Company in court over above ground telephone wires. His 1910 NYTimes obituary headline read "Friend of Shade Tree and Enemy of Mosquito and Telephone Company" but Weeks also involved himself with the American Institute, the American School and Historical Preservation Society and the National Geographical Society. He was also one of the first to organize a campaign against "speed maniacs" after the introduction of the automobile in Queens.