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The Flagg Residence, Dongan Hills.  Staten Island, N.Y.

WTD 3006

A postcard with a photograph, published by Weitzman's Photo Shop in Stapleton, Staten Island, of the Flagg Residence located at 209 Flagg Place on Todt Hill in Dongan Hills, Staten Island.  The 32 room Colonial Revival-style mansion was designed and built by famed architect Ernest Flagg (1857 - 1947) as the centerpiece of his Stone Court country estate.  The mansion was once the home of the St. Charles Catholic Seminary, and it is now the home of the St. Charles Mission Center and the home of the Center for Migration Studies.

Medium: Postcard

Dates: 1933

Dimensions: 3.5" H x 5.5" W

Signature/Inscription: Front: The Flagg Residence, Dongan Hills. Staten Island, N.Y. Handwritten - 1933; Reverse: Published by Weitzman's Photo Shop, Stapleton, S.I. Post Cards of Quality.--The Albertype Co., Brooklyn, N.Y.

Accession Number: WTD 3006

Credit: Gift of William T. Davis

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