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    • South Side & Terrace, W.K. Vanderbilt Jr., Lakeville, N.Y.

    • Vanderbilt, William K. (William Kissam), 1878-1944 -- Homes and haunts; Deepdale (Vanderbilt Estate) -- Great Neck (N.Y.); Lake Success, N.Y.
    • Card No. R097 shows the south side and terrace of Deepdale, the estate of William K. Vanderbilt, Jr. A portion of the original house remains on Westcliff Drive in Lake Success.
    • West wing of W.K. Vanderbilt 19s Residence, Lakeville, N.Y.

    • Vanderbilt, William K. (William Kissam), 1878-1944 -- Homes and haunts; Deepdale (Vanderbilt Estate) -- Great Neck (N.Y.); Lake Success, N.Y.
    • Black and white image of west wing of Deepdale, the estate of William K. Vanderbilt, Jr. A portion of the original house remains on Westcliff Drive in Lake Success. Card is numbered R114.
    • South Side & Terrace, W. K. Vanderbilt Jr., Lakeville, N.Y. R097

    • Deepdale (Vanderbilt Estate) -- Great Neck (N.Y.); Vanderbilt, William K. (William Kissam), 1878-1944 -- Homes and Haunts; Country homes -- Great Neck (N.Y.)
    • Black and white view of the home, lawn, and gardens on the William K. Vanderbilt estate, known as Deepdale. This estate was situated on the southern border of Great Neck, in what is still known as Glen Oaks, and in the area once known as Lakeville,...
    • Rose Court, W. K. Vanderbilt, Jr., Lakeville, N.Y. 2090

    • Deepdale (Vanderbilt Estate) -- Great Neck (N.Y.); Vanderbilt, William K. (William Kissam), 1878-1944 -- Homes and Haunts; Gardens -- Great Neck (N.Y.); Lake Success, N.Y.
    • Black and white view of a garden on the William K. Vanderbilt estate known as Deepdale. This estate was situated on the southern border of Great Neck, in what is still known as Glen Oaks, in Queens, and in the area once known as Lakeville, much of...
    • Idelhour [sic] Residence of William K. Vanderbilt, Oakdale, L.I.

    • Vanderbilt, William K. (William Kissam), 1849-1920 - Homes and haunts
      Dwellings - New York (State) - Oakdale
      Mansions - New York (State) - Oakdale
    • View of north side of Idle Hour, home of William K. Vanderbilt. The Beaux Arts-style mansion was designed by architect Richard Howland Hunt and built in 1900. Postmark and handwritten message on front and back.
      Postmark: "Brooklyn, N.Y....
    • "Idlehour" W. K. Vanderbilt's Summer Residence, Oakdale, L.I.

    • Vanderbilt, William K. (William Kissam), 1849-1920 - Homes and haunts
      Dwellings - New York (State) - Oakdale
      Mansions - New York (State) - Oakdale
    • View of east side of Idle Hour, home of William K. Vanderbilt. The Beaux Arts-style mansion was designed by architect Richard Howland Hunt and built in 1900. Postmark and handwritten message on back.
      Postmark: "Bohemia, Sep 25,...
    • W. K. Vanderbilt's Well, Oakdale, L.I.

    • Vanderbilt, William K. (William Kissam), 1849-1920 - Homes and haunts
      Dwellings - New York (State) - Oakdale
      Mansions - New York (State) - Oakdale
    • View of man drinking from well on Idle Hour estate, home of William K. Vanderbilt. Postmark and handwritten messages on back.
      Addressee: "Mrs. Sara A. Thompson, Sayville, L.I., Box 570."
      Message: "Dear Mama Arrived here alright, had only a...
    • [W.K. Vanderbilt's Well, Oakdale, L.I.]

    • Vanderbilt, William K. (William Kissam), 1849-1920 - Homes and haunts
      Dwellings - New York (State) - Oakdale
      Mansions - New York (State) - Oakdale
    • View of well on Idle Hour estate, home of William K. Vanderbilt. Illegible postmark and handwritten message on back.
      Addressee: "Master & Miss James, Annie, Willy Lovegrove, Rue Lauriston 65, Paris, France"
    • [East Gatehouse, W.K.Vanderbilt Estate, Oakdale, L.I.]

    • Vanderbilt, William K. (William Kissam), 1849-1920 - Homes and haunts
      Dwellings - New York (State) - Oakdale
      Mansions - New York (State) - Oakdale
    • Gatehouse on the William K. Vanderbilt Estate. Postmark and handwritten message on back.
      Postmark: "Oakdale, Dec 13, 1907."
      Addressee: "Miss Hedwich Operbeck, c/o Mrs. J. Lvegrove, 65 Rue Lauriston, Paris, France"
      Message addressed to...
    • Vanderbilt Lake, Oakdale L.I.

    • Vanderbilt, William K. (William Kissam), 1849-1920 - Homes and haunts
      Dwellings - New York (State) - Oakdale
      Mansions - New York (State) - Oakdale
    • View of stairs and boatdock on the William K. Vanderbilt estate. Handwritten message on front, two postmarks on back.
      Postmark: "Oakdale, Jul 29, 1907 9AM" ; "White Plains N.Y.Jul 29, 1907, 3:30 PM"
      Addressee: "Mr. Emerson Peppard, 32...
    • Vanderbilt Mansion, Oakdale, L.I.

    • Vanderbilt, William K. (William Kissam), 1849-1920 -- Homes and haunts
      Dwellings - New York (State) - Oakdale
      Mansions -- New York (State) -- Oakdale
    • Idle Hour mansion of William K. Vanderbilt viewed from the north. The Beaux Arts-style mansion was designed by architect Richard Howland Hunt and built in 1900.
    • Vanderbilt Mansion, Oakdale, L.I.

    • Vanderbilt, William K. (William Kissam), 1849-1920 -- Homes and haunts
      Dwellings - New York (State) - Oakdale
      Mansions -- New York (State) -- Oakdale
    • Idle Hour mansion of William K. Vanderbilt viewed from the north. The Beaux Arts-style mansion was designed by architect Richard Howland Hunt and built in 1900.
    • Vanderbilt's Well, Oakdale, L.I.

    • Vanderbilt, William K. (William Kissam), 1849-1920 - Homes and haunts
      Dwellings - New York (State) - Oakdale
      Mansions - New York (State) - Oakdale
    • Hand-colored view of well on Idle Hour estate, home of William K. Vanderbilt. Postmark and handwritten message on front.
      Postmark:"Sep 29 1906"
      Addressee: "Miss Nellie Van Emmerick, Oakdale Long Island N.Y."
      Message: "Yours Very Truly...
    • Vanderbilt Parkway toll booth.

    • Vanderbilt Motor Parkway; Toll houses -- New York (State)--Long Island; Transportation -- New York (State) -- Long Island
    • Black and white photograph showing one of the 12 toll lodges built on the Vanderbilt Parkway. A toll taker and his family lived in this two bedroom cottage. The toll for the full length of the parkway prior to its closing in 1938, was $2.00.
    • The Vanderbilt Cup Race, The Finish - Alco car driven by H. F. Grant first across the tape

    • Long Island Motor Parkway (N.Y.); Automobile racing -- New York (State) -- Long Island; Sports spectators -- New York (State) -- Long Island; Automobiles -- New York (State) -- Long Island
    • Black and white view of the finish line during one of the Vanderbilt Cup Races, on the Vanderbilt Raceway, more commonly known as the Long Island Motor Parkway. The location shown on this card was not in Great Neck or Lakeville (Lake Success). It...
    • Vanderbilt Motor Parkway, circa 1920

    • Long Island Motor Parkway (NY)
    • Vanderbilt Motor Parkway, circa 1920. Completed in 1911, forty miles long, build by William K. Vanderbilt, Jr. for auto racing after the public roads were deemed too dangerous. Opened 10/10/1908 as a toll road.for pleasure & race car driving....
    • [Idle Hour Estate Mansion]

    • Vanderbilt, William K. (William Kissam), 1849-1920 - Homes and haunts
      Dwellings - New York (State) - Oakdale
      Mansions - New York (State) - Oakdale
    • Southern exterior of Idle Hour, home of William K. Vanderbilt. The Beaux Arts-style mansion was designed by architect Richard Howland Hunt and built in 1900. Conservatory is in the foreground.
    • [Idle Hour Estate Mansion]

    • Vanderbilt, William K. (William Kissam), 1849-1920 - Homes and haunts
      Dwellings - New York (State) - Oakdale
      Mansions - New York (State) - Oakdale
    • Northwest view from across the Connetquot River of Idle Hour, home of William K. Vanderbilt. The Beaux Arts-style mansion was designed by architect Richard Howland Hunt and built in 1900. Postmark and handwritten message on back.
      Postmark:...
    • [Original Idle Hour Mansion]

    • Vanderbilt, William K. (William Kissam), 1849-1920 -- Homes and haunts
      Dwellings - New York (State) - Oakdale
      Mansions -- New York (State) -- Oakdale
    • Original Idle Hour mansion belonging to William K. Vanderbilt. The wooden Queen Anne style building, designed by architect Richard Morris Hunt and constructed between 1878-1879, was destroyed by fire in April of 1899. Handwritten note on back of...
    • [Vanderbilt Boulevard circa 1925]

    • Roads -- New York (State) -- Oakdale
      Oakdale (N.Y.) -- History
    • Handwritten note on back: "Photo circa 1925. Looking south toward bay down Vanderbilt Blvd from the east gate house on Montauk Hwy."
    • Hotel #3

    • Hotel #3; Vanderbilt Cup
    • Drawing of the Garden City Hotel, noting that it was Headquarters for the Vanderbilt Cup Races between 1904-1910
    • Oakdale House '92

    • Vanderbilt, William K. (William Kissam), 1849-1920 -- Homes and haunts
      Dwellings - New York (State) - Oakdale
      Mansions -- New York (State) -- Oakdale
    • Back view of the original Idle Hour mansion belonging to William K. Vanderbilt. The wooden Queen Anne style building, designed by architect Richard Morris Hunt and constructed between 1878-1879, was destroyed by fire in April of 1899.
    • [Grand Canal, Idle Hour Estate]

    • Vanderbilt, William K. (William Kissam), 1849-1920 -- Homes and haunts
      Dwellings - New York (State) - Oakdale
      Mansions -- New York (State) -- Oakdale
    • View of bridge over Grand Canal on the William K. Vanderbilt estate known as Idle Hour. Postmark and handwritten message on back.
      Postmark: "Dec 18, 1907"
      Addressee: "Mr. James Lovegrove 65 Rue Lauriston Paris France"
      Message: "DJ. Wish...
    • [Southern View of Idle Hour Mansion with Connetquot River]

    • Vanderbilt, William K. (William Kissam), 1849-1920 -- Homes and haunts
      Dwellings - New York (State) - Oakdale
      Mansions -- New York (State) -- Oakdale
    • View of William K. Vanderbilt's Idle Hour mansion from the south showing the Connetquot River. The Beaux Arts-style mansion was designed by architect Richard Howland Hunt and built in 1900. Postmark and handwritten message on back.
      Postmark:...
    • [Conservatory at Idle Hour]

    • Vanderbilt, William K. (William Kissam), 1849-1920 -- Homes and haunts
      Dwellings - New York (State) - Oakdale
      Mansions -- New York (State) -- Oakdale
    • Southern view of the conservatory at the Idle Hour estate of William K. Vanderbilt. The conservatory, initially used as a palm garden, was built in 1901.

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