“Grey-Croft,” Stephen Swete Cummins house, Huntting Lane, East Hampton, New York. Japanese iris garden

Year: 1913

From the Library of Congress: “Site History. House Architecture: Isaac Henry Green Jr. for Lorenzo Guernsey Woodhouse. Landscape: Emma Woodhouse (Mrs. Stephen S.) Cummins. Other: Emma Woodhouse Cummins (1846-1908), after being married to Lorenzo Guernsey Woodhouse, the uncle of Lorenzo E. Woodhouse, married Stephen Swete Cummins in 1906. On the death of his wife, he married the poet and editor of Lyric Magazine, Virginia Kent Cummins. Today: Part of the Nature Trail and Bird Sanctuary, East Hampton.”

Source: Library of Congress
Added Date: 03/15/2021