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[Preston Hall] [slide]

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Former owner:
Martin, James E
Owner:
Satterwhite, Preston Pope
Landscape architect:
Brittingham, Beverly M
Olmsted Brothers
Nurseryman:
Lewis & Valentine
Creator:
Martin Hall
Architect:
Hunt & Hunt
Physical description:
1 slide: b&w
Type:
Projected media
Place:
United States of America, New York, Nassau County, North Hempstead, Great Neck
New York
Great Neck
New York (State)
Preston Hall (Great Neck, New York)
Date:
1930
[1930?]
Notes:
One duplicate of this photograph is in the file.
Formerly called Martin Hall for owner James E. Martin, then after 1930 called Preston Hall when owned by Preston Pope Satterwhite.
Topic:
Spring
Ponds
Coping
Sculpture
Edging plants
Shrubs
Trees
Climbing plants
Columns
Finials
Follies (Architecture)
Walkways, grass
Gardens
Local number:
NY261005
Data Source:
Archives of American Gardens
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