The Sunday porch: East Hampton, N.Y.

Home of E.E. McCall, East Hampton, New York, between ca. 1910 and ca. 1915, by Bain News Service, via Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.

The house was a split level. You can see the two-story side here.

Edward Everett McCall was a Justice of the Supreme Court of New York. He also ran unsuccessfully for mayor of New York City as the Tammany candidate. He died in 1924, and his seaside house burned down three years later.

2 thoughts on “The Sunday porch: East Hampton, N.Y.

    1. It’s certainly a good time to do some reading about Tammany history. The porch is wonderful from this long-grass side — less interesting on the two-story side, which is landscaped in a very conventional way.

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