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At Home on the Sound was created in 2010 through a grass roots effort by local residents who feel passionately that they and others like them should have a support system to help them continue to enjoy a vibrant lifestyle while remaining in their homes in the Larchmont-Mamaroneck community. Aging-in-place initiatives are continually gaining national attention and support.

This innovative not-for-profit organization is based on the successful model created by Beacon Hill Village in Boston. Gramatan Village in Bronxville, Staying Put in New Caanan and At Home in Greenwich are similar organizations that are active in the Westchester vicinity with which we are networking and from which we have gained valuable operational insights. Since our inception we have been guided by The Center for Aging In Place.

Board of Directors


Officers


Janet K. O'Connell  President
Janet went to Mount Holyoke College and has an MBA from NYU's Stern School of Business. She worked on Wall Street for about 10 years before becoming a "financial administrator," paying bills, balancing checkbooks and handling financial matters for families, individuals and elderly people, including filing withholding taxes for housekeepers and home health care attendants. She is married to Ryan O'Connell who is a fixed income analyst for Morgan Stanley Investment Management. They have two grown children.  Janet has been interested in issues related to the elderly since she was a teenager and worked as a "Nader's Raider." With six high school classmates, she wrote a book entitled Old Age: The Last Segregation

Janet K. O'Connell
Amy Tenney Levere  Vice President

Amy Levere has lived in Larchmont with her husband, David, nearly thirty years.  She “retired” from the practice of corporate law after 14 years, to devote her time to raising her three children, all graduates of Mamaroneck High School, and to community activities. While her children were in the school system she was very active in the local PTA’s and schools, serving, among other capacities, as treasurer and president of the Murray Avenue PTA and co-president of PT Council.  She went on to serve on the school board for 6 years, her last year as its president.  Amy has served in a number of other volunteer positions both locally and in the greater NY metropolitan area, many of them focused on improving children’s lives.  Among other roles, she has been a CASA volunteer for more than 5 years, has been on the board, including a recent 3 year term as treasurer of Breakthrough NY, and been on the board of Main Idea for nearly 10 years.

Amy Tenney Levere
Leslie Molinoff  Vice President for Development
Leslie, a former executive with RCA Records and the founder of The Westchester Acting Studio, is currently an event planner and fund-raiser for local elected officials. She and her husband Dan have lived in the Larchmont area for more than 35 years. Dan is an attorney with a practice in Larchmont. When her children were young, Leslie was active in the Murray Avenue School PTA and the Mamaroneck High School College Information Center. Leslie became involved with At Home because of her experiences with her own family and as a way to provide more options for staying in Larchmont for herself and her husband.
Leslie Molinoff
Kathleen Savolt  Treasurer
Kathleen Savolt was born in Mamaroneck, rand 26 years ago, returned to Mamaroneck with her husband. She received her undergraduate degree from Iona College and her master’s degree in Psychology from the College of New Rochelle. Most of Kathy’s career has been with governmental agencies and large not-for-profit organizations. Kathy served as Director of Strategic Planning for Westchester Medical Center, moving to Columbia University Health Sciences as Assistant Vice President for Financial Planning. She has taught Health Planning and Marketing at the NYU Wagner School of Public Service, and was the  Executive Director of the Beczak Environmental Education Center in Yonkers. Kathy has volunteered as a naturalist and board member at Sheldrake Environmental Center, as well as on the Village of Mamaroneck Budget Committee. She was a Mamaroneck Village Trustee and served as Mayor of the Village of Mamaroneck from 2007-2009.
Kathleen Savolt
Jackie Paré  Secretary

Jackie Paré has lived in Larchmont for the past 20 years and never wants to leave her home on the Sound. She and her husband, Terence, raised two children here.  Jackie has been on the board of the Friends of the Larchmont Library as head of programming for practically the entire time she has lived here. Jackie graduated from Antioch College and has two master’s degrees, one in Italian from Middlebury College and another from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. She was an associate editor at Fortune magazine for 13 years and wrote for several other publications. She has worked as an independent filmmaker for the past 10 years and is currently directing her third documentary—Aces & Knaves—about the game of bridge. She learned to play bridge from her late mother, who was physically and mentally vibrant into her 90th year and she has joined the board of At Home on the Sound as a tribute to her mother. She sees its value in helping people live long, satisfying lives surrounded by an extended family of community members, committed to their intellectual and physical well-being.

Jackie Paré

Directors


Patty Bave  
Patty Bave was raised in Yonkers, the youngest of six children.  A graduate of The Master’s School in Dobbs Ferry, Trinity College in Hartford, CT, and Fordham University School of Law, she has been practicing law since 1985, working part time from 1991 to 2005 to raise her two children, Matthew and Marie. Patty is a partner in the firm of Kommer Bave & Ollman LLP where she specializes in elder law, estate planning, will and trust drafting, and estate and trust administration. She is a member of the New York State and Connecticut bars.  Patty is a frequent lecturer on topics relating to estate planning, guardianship and elder law.  For many years she lived in Northern Westchester where she raised her family, but moved to Mamaroneck in 2012 and fell in love with it. As a volunteer, Patty also devotes time to her church, St Thomas in Mamaroneck, where she sits on the Vestry.

Patty Bave
Teddi Becker  
A founding member and first secretary of At Home on the Sound, Teddi was an executive recruiter and human resources specialist formerly working at Heidrick & Struggles and Macy's New York. She has lived in Larchmont with her husband for more than 48 years, raising both of their children here. She has a Master's degree in Human Resources from Cornell University and a BA in Economics from Brooklyn College. Before returning to the for-profit work force, she was active in her elementary and middle-school PTAs and served on the Mamaroneck School Board Selection Committee. She currently serves as a board member of Friends of the Larchmont Library, and was editor of the Friends Newsletter for six years. She is also on the advisory committee of the Cancer Support Team. Past Board service includes Westchester Jewish Community Services and The Larchmont Mamaroneck Summit, where she served as secretary. Teddi is committed to the idea of helping aging adults remain in their homes in the community and believes that their contribution to the fabric of Larchmont-Mamaroneck community life is of value, enriching and enhancing the quality of life of all residents, regardless of age. She is a member of the At Home on the Sound Executive Committee.
Teddi Becker
John D. Bradley  
John Bradley and his wife, Mary Lee, have resided in Larchmont for over 40 years.  Until his retirement in the fall of 2010, John pursued a career as a fundraising executive for colleges (Iona and Sarah Lawrence), universities (Columbia and Boston University) and secondary schools (Robert College of Istanbul and Fordham Preparatory School).  He is a past chairman of the Larchmont LIFE (Local Involvement for the Environment) Center, a former member of the Vestry of St. John’s Episcopal Church and a current member of the Church’s Outreach Committee.  He was named to the Board of the Local Summit in the spring of 2012. A native of Charleston, West Virginia, John is a graduate of Berea College (Kentucky) and Ohio University. He received his Ph.D. from New York University. 
John D. Bradley
Alice Brofman  

Alice Brofman was born in the Bronx, raised in White Plains and then lived in Manhattan until moving to Mamaroneck in 1983 with her husband and son. As a youngster, her son attended Westchester Day School and graduated from Mamaroneck High School. A graduate of NYU with a B.S. in Education and a Master’s degree in Communication, Alice started her career as a teacher in special education in New York City. She then went to work in her family’s business, supplying gaming and gambling supplies to churches, temples and other non-profit civic organizations to be used for their fund-raising efforts. Subsequent to this two-decade affiliation, Alice became the office manager for Rosetta Radiology, a medical group that specialized in radiation oncology. Alice was attracted to At Home on the Sound because it offered such a variety of opportunities for community residents to meet others and stay engaged.

Alice Brofman
Rudy Demasi  
Rudy, a Mamaroneck resident, is a real estate broker in Manhattan, specializing in sales, leasing and property management. He was born and raised in the Boro Park section of Brooklyn, one of four children born to Italian immigrant parents. He attended local public schools and went on to Stuyvesant High School in Manhattan. He graduated from the City College of New York with a BBA in 1960. He and his wife have lived in the area with their three children since 1976. Rudy has been involved with soccer and Little League teams as a coach.
Rudy Demasi
Ellie Fredston  
Ellie is a founding member of At Home on the Sound.  She  has served on numerous committees and commissions, many having to do with the environment, including Coastal Zone Management and the Westchester County Environmental Committee. Ellie has an undergraduate degree in Economics from the University of Michigan and a Master's degree in Education from NYU/Sarah Lawrence. For many years Ellie was a financial aid consultant at Mamaroneck High School, helping high school students secure aid for college. She helped to establish the first workshop for special-needs young adults and served as chair for the Larchmont-Mamaroneck Student Aid Fund, the Friends of the Larchmont Library, and the Larchmont-Mamaroneck Center for Continuing Education.  Ellie has lived in Larchmont for more than 40 years and has three daughters.
Ellie Fredston
Ellen Freeman  
For the past 35 years Ellen has been involved in the education field. She began as a learning specialist, became a staff developer and then a school administrator. She has worked in both public and Independent schools and has taught at the college level as well. Ellen served on the Mamaroneck School Board as a Trustee for six years.  Ellen is a docent at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, leading school children, grades 4-12. She has lived in the Larchmont/Mamaroneck community for 32 years. Her husband, David, is an environmental lawyer; their son, Matt, is a professor at Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University; their daughter, Julie, is a lawyer in Manhattan. As a family, the Freemans have long been involved in helping the elderly in our community: David, his father, and his grandfather have served on the board of the Jewish Home Lifecare – and in addition - Sarah Neuman. The family also sponsors a music program which includes concerts as well as music therapy for the residents.
Ellen Freeman
Rev. Carol Gadsden  
Called to St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Mamaroneck in September of 2014, Carol is a native of Syracuse, New York.  Ordained in 1985, she has served congregations in five different dioceses on the East coast. Upon receiving her BA in English and Secondary Education from Keuka College, Carol taught English and reading in the New York City public schools.  Upon completion of both a MA and EdM at Columbia University’s Teachers College, she worked as a school counselor in the South Bronx and later in Pelham, New York.  Answering the call to the ordained ministry, she received her MDiv from the General Theological Seminary in New York, and began her ministry in Stamford, Connecticut.  A decade later, while serving a congregation in Massachusetts, Carol earned a graduate certificate in Management from the Radcliffe Seminars at Harvard University.  Between 1995 and 2010 she was bi-vocational, working as a project manager in the medical information sector and serving a congregation at the same time. She loves playing golf (and wishes golf was as equally as enamored with her), reading, listening to music and dancing to it (her iPod can play continuously for nine days without repeating a song), and spending time with her family. Carol is married to Linda March, who is a project manager for a Boston-based leadership and training development company.  She has two adult daughters – Hilary, who lives in Boston, and Courtney, who lives in Brooklyn with her husband Spencer and their son Lucas.

Rev. Carol Gadsden
Nedra P. Gillette  
Nedra and her husband have lived in Larchmont since 1968 with their three daughters. Nedra was commissioned in the U.S. Navy in 1953, serving three years as an occupational therapist during the Korean War. She worked as a mental health therapist in several settings before returning to graduate school. She subsequently held several faculty positions in occupational therapy. Nedra retired in May 2006, after 30 years as Director of Research for the American Occupational Therapy Foundation, in Rockville, MD, responsible for designing research and educational programs. Nedra received her undergraduate degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Illinois and her M.Ed. from Temple University. In 1999, she received the Doctor of Science (Hon) degree from Shenandoah University. Nedra was active as a member of the League of Women Voters, and from 1984-1990 she served on the Mamaroneck Board of Education, two years as President. She is also an enthusiastic member of the Garden Club of Larchmont and currently volunteers at the Bartlett Arboretum in Stamford, CT.
Nedra P. Gillette
Bob Hiden  

Bob Hiden graduated from Princeton in 1955, was an officer on active duty in the Navy from 1955-1957, and graduated from the University of Virginia Law School in 1960. Bob spent his career at the international law firm Sullivan & Cromwell where he was active in the firm’s corporate and securities practice. In the early 1980s, he formed Sullivan & Cromwell’s Commodities, Futures and Derivatives practice group.  Bob served as an officer of Larchmont Yacht Club for 17 years and as Trustee of the Yacht Club for six additional years. He ran LYC’s Junior Sailing Program (200 youngsters) for two years and chaired or co-chaired the Regatta Committee group conducting LYC’s Junior Race Week Regatta for 13 years.  In the mid-2000s, Bob became a member of the Larchmont-Mamaroneck Local Summit. He served as Summit vice president for a term and continues as a member of the Summit Board.  Bob moderates the At Home on the Sound Current Events forum twice a month at the Nautilus Diner. His other volunteer service has included: Hampton University Trustee and Executive Committee member; University of Virginia School of Law Dillard Scholarship Selection Committee member; and Ramapo College of New Jersey Foundation Board of Governors member and member of its Audit, Finance, Investments and Grant Allocation Committees.  Bob and his wife Ann married in 1956. They have three children and three grandchildren.

Bob Hiden
Simon M. Marlow  
A founding member of At Home on the Sound, Simon Marlow is a marketing communications expert, with over thirty years experience creating powerful brands around the world from offices in London, Tokyo, Sydney, Rome and New York.  As a Managing Director at BBDO Worldwide headquartered in New York, Simon was the lead executive on key multinational client relationships and has launched more than 25 major brands and products that we know and love. Simon was a member of the Worldwide Board of Directors of BBDO from 2002 until his departure at the end of 2007.  In January 2008, Simon launched Alpha Accelerators LLC, a consultancy actively engaged with transformative not-for-profit and commercial enterprises focused on making the world and our community a better place. Simon has lived in Larchmont since 1984.

Simon M. Marlow
Harmon C. McAllister  
Harmon was born in Durham, NC and attended the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, graduating with a BS degree in Chemistry. He earned his Ph.D. in the Biochemistry Department of the Medical School there. In 1967, he joined the faculty of Wayne State University in Detroit in the Biochemistry division of the Chemistry Department. He and his research group performed basic research funded by grants from the NIH, NSF and the American Heart Association. He also co-authored an introductory Chemistry textbook; he taught Biochemistry to undergraduate, graduate and medical students. Gradually he became more involved in the central administration at Wayne State, eventually becoming the Director of its Office for Institutional Research. In 1983, he joined the staff of a biomedical research funding organization in New York City. Several years later he assumed the added duties of membership on its Scientific Advisory Board and was named Scientific Director and Vice President for Research. Since retiring in 2000, he has given numerous scientific lessons to children in grades K-5 through the Museum Without Walls program of the Westchester Children’s Museum. He has recently joined the Larchmont/Mamaroneck STEM Alliance, which is dedicated to increasing the participation of students K-12 in projects relating to Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Harmon has lived in Larchmont since 1992 with his wife Beverly, who is the Educational Program Coordinator of the Children’s Museum Without Walls Program. They are members of the Larchmont Avenue Church where Harmon has served as deacon, elder and Clerk of Session. His two grown sons live in Seattle; one is CEO of an advertising agency, the other is a software engineer at Microsoft in its games division.
Harmon C. McAllister
Penny Oberg  
Penny and her husband, Tim, have lived in the community since 1977. Both of their sons attended Mamaroneck schools. Penny is a retired guidance/college counselor. She worked in public schools in Hastings-on-Hudson and Chappaqua and later at Rye Country Day School. She served on the Mamaroneck School Board from 1990-96, the last two years as President. She has served on the board of the Larchmont Avenue Church, the Community Counseling Center, and the Summit, and was formerly a volunteer college counselor with the Hispanic Resource Center. She is a graduate of University of Michigan and Teachers College, Columbia University.

Penny Oberg
Valerie O'Keeffe  

Valerie Moore O’Keeffe, Esq., served as Town Supervisor for the Town of Mamaroneck from 2000 to 2011 and Councilwoman for the Town of Mamaroneck from 1994 to 2000. She has previously held a number of countywide and local offices including President of the Westchester-Putnam Association of Town Supervisors; President of the Westchester Municipal Officials Association; and Trustee of the Westchester Joint Water Works. She has served as Chairperson of Rosalie Hall Inc., Home for Young Mothers; Secretary of Corporation for Manhattanville College; and President of the national Associated Alumnae of the Sacred Heart (AASH). Among her many awards are the Washingtonville Lifetime Achievement Award; “Nuestra Madrina Award” from the Hispanic Women Leaders of Westchester; the Sunny Award from LMC-TV; and the Distinguished Alumna Award from Manhattanville College.  A resident of Larchmont, O’Keeffe is a graduate of Manhattanville College and received her law degree from The George Washington University Law School.

Valerie O'Keeffe
Harold Sandstrom  

Harold Sandstrom was born and raised in Yonkers. He and his late wife moved to Larchmont in 1968 with their two children, both of whom went through the Mamaroneck school system. Hal graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a B.S. in Economics. He went on to earn a master’s degree in Economics from Columbia. Most of Hal’s working career was in Wall Street-related firms, most notably Kidder Peabody, Merrill Lynch, Bankers Trust and lastly Sandler O’Neil. Hal has been a trustee, treasurer, and member of the Session at Larchmont Avenue Church. He is an avid bridge player and was a keen tennis player and golfer.

Harold Sandstrom
Mary Schwartz  

Mary Schwartz, a Chicagoan by birth, has been a resident of the Larchmont-Mamaroneck communities since 1984, when she moved here with her now late husband and daughter.  A graduate of Baruch College with a B.A. in Psychology, she earned a M.S.W. from Hunter College, with further advanced work in Child and Adolescent Therapy at Fordham and Leadership Training at Columbia. Mary’s career spans banking  -– as a commercial lending officer at Manufacturers Hanover Trust, counseling -- as a school social worker, special education -- as administrator and director of special education programs in the Brewster Central School District, and senior adults -- as the assistant director of the senior adult program of the 92nd Street Y. Mary’s post retirement life has been filled with volunteer work. She is a certified mediator for Westchester Mediation Center and has been a Court Appointed Special Advocate for New York State Family Court. She is currently on the boards of the Center for Aging in Place and The Calshire cooperative in Larchmont. Mary’s interest in At Home on the Sound is two-fold: she wanted to do something for the people in the community in which she lives; and she wants to be prepared for her own life going forward.

Mary Schwartz
Rose Silvestro  

Rose was born in Italy and came to the United States at age 10. Initially living in Schenectady, she has lived in Mamaroneck since 1960. She was married to Joe until his death in November 2015 and has two children - a son and a daughter. She has worked in banking for her entire career, starting with the County Trust Company,which later became the Bank of New York. She left that bank in 2006 and came to Hudson Valley Bank in 2007, hired specifically to open a branch in Mamaroneck. In early 2016 she was hired by Orange Bank & Trust to open a branch in Mamaroneck. She is a committed volunteer: she has worked with church groups at St. Vito's and was the president of Mamaroneck Avenue School PTA. She served as co-treasurer for all but one of the Harbor Fest street fairs and treasurer of the Mamaroneck Chamber of Commerce. She is past president of the Chamber and current director and past president of the Mamaroneck Lions Club. She was chair of the Mamaroneck Avenue Task Force, has served on the Budget Committee and the Wayfinding Steering Committee  in the Village of Mamaroneck. Rose was recently appointed to the Larchmont- Mamaroneck Summit Board. In her spare time, she enjoys exercising, gardening, reading, cooking and playing with the family Cocker Spaniel, Maxine.

Rose Silvestro
Christine Randolph  

A 29-year resident of Larchmont, Christine Randolph is a Medicare Counselor with the Senior Benefits Information Center. She is president of the Greenwich Hospital Auxiliary and a member of the Hospital Board.  Christine also is an Oncology Volunteer Coordinator at the hospital. Since 1992, Christine has been a member of the Junior League of Westchester on the Sound and also served on the Sustainer Council. Previously, Christine was the Chairman of the Traffic Commission and member of the Board of Assessment Review for the Village of Larchmont.  She also served as Vice President of Larchmont Friends of the Family. Christine is an active member of St. Augustine’s Church and has served on the Parish Council. Christine is a graduate of Tufts University.  She and her husband, Gregory, have three daughters.

Christine Randolph
Veronique Van Pottelbergh  

Véronique Van Pottelbergh grew up in Belgium and studied law at the Katholieke Universiteit in Leuven, Belgium. She obtained a master’s degree in International Law from the Université des Sciences Politiques et Juridiques de Strasbourg in France and a master’s of Common Law Studies from Georgetown University Law Center. Véronique started her legal career as an intern at Stewart and Stewart, an international trade law firm in Washington, DC. She then worked as in-house legal counsel for SOGEM, a minerals and metals trading company in New York, affiliated with the now defunct Belgian Société Générale de Belgique. Subsequently, she joined the in-house legal department of AGFA in New Jersey, a company affiliated with the Belgian-German group Agfa-Gevaert and Bayer. While at Gerogetown, Véronique met her husband and in 1986, she and her husband moved to Brooklyn, where their son was born. In 1997, the family moved to Larchmont where they currently live. Their son went to the French-American School of New York from nursery through eighth- grade and then attended and graduated from Mamaroneck High School. Since coming to the United States, Véronique has volunteered in a variety of venues, including the Junior League of Brooklyn, the French-American School of New York and At Home On The Sound, where she was instrumental in starting the all-member French Club. Véronique co-chairs the US Engagement Committee of the Parents Leadership Council at Northeastern University, where her son is a student.

Veronique Van Pottelbergh
John Verni  
John A. Verni is a relative newcomer to Mamaroneck, purchasing his house in 2013 and moving into it in April of 2014, but he has lived in Westchester County as a child and in adulthood. He and his wife Karina raised their four children in New Rochelle. A lawyer, John worked for the Office of the District Attorney for Westchester County, handling prosecutions throughout the County; for many years he served as the ADA assigned to the Sound Shore communities of Mamaroneck, Larchmont, Harrison and Rye. He is currently a partner at the law firm Kent, Hazzard, Wilson, Conroy, Verni & Freeman, with offices in White Plains. John specializes in real estate and land use matters. He has also done extensive pro bono work on behalf of many not-for-profit groups. Concurrently, he is a partner in Verco Properties LLC, in Mamaroneck, a family real estate investment, redevelopment and management company. His company opened real estate offices in Mamaroneck in June 2012. The firm recently renovated the Mamaroneck Train Station into a restaurant and professional offices. John has volunteered his services to a variety of community organizations, some of which he has founded. These include Iona Prep, New Rochelle Youth Court, WVOX Community Radio, S.T.O.P. (School transportation Organization of Parents), the Organization of Westchester Residents Against IKEA, Holy Family CYO, New Rochelle Little League among them. John received his undergraduate degree in Economics and Government from Georgetown University and his J.D. from Fordham.

John Verni
Barbara T. Werber  
Barbara Traub Werber moved to Mamaroneck with her husband Fred in June of 1959. They raised their two children here and educated them locally. Barbara worked as a speech pathologist at the Hudson River Speech Center before going into private practice while she raised her children. She became a consultant in speech pathology in the Pre-K program for the New Rochelle School District as well as at the Sarah Neuman Nursing Home. She went on to become the Director of Placement at the Katharine Gibbs School in New York before moving to the Duncan Group in New York as an Executive Recruiter.  Barbara has had numerous community-focused volunteer roles, serving on many committees for the Mamaroneck schools, two terms for the Recreation Board, the board of the Harbor Island Conservancy since its inception, the funding committee of Friends of the Emelin Theatre, and member of the fund-raising board for the addition to the Mamaroneck Library. Barbara received her undergraduate degree from Hunter College and her Master’s degree from the University of Michigan.

Barbara T. Werber

Staff


Elaine Weingarten, LMSW  Executive Director

Elaine is a licensed social worker with more than 25 years of service in the not-for-profit world. She is the former executive director of a UJA-Federation agency serving children and senior adults. Elaine has lived in Westchester for over 25 years with her husband and two sons. She feels strongly about community support and involvement. She is enthusiastic about the work of At Home on the Sound because it is important to "create family" within one's community, especially when family members no longer live nearby.
Elaine Weingarten, LMSW
Jilana Van Meter  Communications & Administration Manager

Jilana has a varied background in arts administration, non-profit management, event planning, and fundraising. She has worked for the Hudson River Museum, the American Dance Festival,  Legal Services of the Hudson Valley, Affiliate Artists, and the Merce Cunningham Dance Company, among other organizations. Jilana is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College and has lived in the Rye Neck section of Mamaroneck since 1995. Contact her at: ahots.jilana@gmail.com.

Jilana Van Meter

Consultants


Marnie Foster-Marks,  Graphic Design
Marnie Foster-Marks,
Cindy Goldstein,  Attorney
Cindy Goldstein,
Charles Seton,  Special thanks for use of Harbor Island Park photo
Charles Seton,

  
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