Lost Houses of the Hamptons

On May 7th 2011, I will be speaking at the Southampton Historical Museum about some of the great mansions of the Hamptons that no longer exist. They will include, Wooldon Manor, the home of Jesse Woolworth Donahue, Black Point, the H. H. Rogers mansion, Bayberry Land, The Duponts Chestertown House, Villa Mille Fiore, Red Maples and a brief history of the founding of the Summer colony. This event is being sponsored by the Southampton Historical Museum, The Rogers Memorial Library and the AIA Peconic.  To read about some of the Lost Houses of the Hamptons, please click HERE for New York Social Diary's review of " Houses of the Hamptons, 1880 -1930". Please click HERE for reservations. For a few more photos please go to my other blog,

                             "Mansions of the Gilded Age"

Villa Mille Fiore

1 comment:

  1. Beautiful building, paraphrasing the Villa Medici in Rome, a 16th century villa.