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Oakdale

Oakdale
Oakdale is a scion of America's gilded age of a century ago, where powerful men of incredible wealth built South Shore gold coast mansions and dwelt in manorial splendor.
Photo: Frederic G. Bourne, president of the Singer Sewing Machine Co., completed Indian Neck Hall in 1897. In 1926, the mansion became the site of LaSalle Military Academy. (Nassau County Museum Collection, Long Island Studies Institute / Henry Otto Korten)
Oakdale is a scion of America's gilded age of a century ago, where powerful men of incredible wealth built South Shore gold coast mansions and dwelt in manorial splendor.
Photo: Frederic G. Bourne, president of the Singer Sewing Machine Co., completed Indian Neck Hall in 1897. In 1926, the mansion became the site of LaSalle Military Academy. (Nassau County Museum Collection, Long Island Studies Institute / Henry Otto Korten)
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