'Meadow Hall', the William Ayrault Hazard estate built c. 1910 in Cedarhurst. Hazard was president of the Sterling Salt Company, the Michigan Salt Works and the Halite & Northern Railroad. His 1922 NYTimes obituary states he was often referred to as "the greatest authority on polo in this country." He was involved with the American Polo Association since it was founded in 1890 and served as Secretary-Treasurer and later Chairman. Hazard also served as the president of the Rockaway Hunt Club and was a member of the Meadowbrook, Piping Rock, University, Racquet & Tennis, Turf & Field and New York Yacht clubs. 'Meadow Hall' was demolished c. 1950.