Jay Freeborn Carlisle estate designed by Trowbridge & Ackerman c. 1917 in East Islip with landscaping by Vitale, Brinkerhoff and Geiffert. Carlisle was a partner with the brokerage firm of Carlisle, Mellick & Co., and was a member of the New York Stock Exchange since 1893. East Islip was also home to Carlisle's Wingan Kennels where he bred Labrador Retrievers and was considered one of the foremost breeders in the country. He was married to Mary Pinkerton, granddaughter of Allan Pinkerton. Carlisle died in 1937, the contents of the home went to auction in 1938 and 'Rosemary' was demolished in 1940.