Also Known As The Gardener’s Tool House and Potting Shed

Gardener's Potting Shed
Gardener’s Potting Shed



Image:
William K. Vanderbilt Historical Society,
S.G. Moore - Artist
Christmas Card 1975
Pen & Ink
Kachel Collection of Artist Colony Christmas Cards

Description Inside Card:

The potting shed used by the gardeners on the William K. Vanderbilt estate “Idle Hour” stands at the corner of Connetquot Drive and Central Boulevard in Oakdale. The building was constructed about the turn of the century. It was completely renovated in 1946 by Mr. & Mrs. William Trautwein. It is presently the home of Mr. & Mrs. James McManus. The windows on the west side were added during the renovation.



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Last Modified on January 31, 2012, at 07:27 AM by LPR


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