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 Highland Park Historical Society Current Projects
Krug was the architect of the Hyde Park Club House and many residential properties in Hyde Park and Hasselman was the architect of the Hale Building in East Orange, New Jersey, All Soul's Hospital in Morristown, New Jersey, the Rumson Country Club, and the Greenpoint Savings Bank in Brooklyn, New York.
This subdivision was the brainchild of Watson Whittlesey (1863-1914), a real estate developer born in Rochester, New York.
Whittlesey was more than a typical land speculator; he was a community builder, which was noted by his residency in various Livingston Manor houses from 1906 to 1914, and by his active involvement in the municipal affairs of Highland Park.
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