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Ever Eastward: Alfred H. Cosden and his Estate at Southold,” details the life of Alfred H. Cosden and the creation of his Long Island estate named “Eastward.” The 40+ acre estate was located along Soundview Avenue just north of Southold hamlet. This new publication includes a detailed history of the estate, an examination of Cosden's horse racing activities (he won the Belmont Stakes in 1928), and over 75 period images of the mansion, grounds, and family. A must have for those interested in Long Island estate history. Hardcover, 60 pages, 75 illustrations. Price: $24.99 Shipping & Handling: $5.00

Ever Eastward: Alfred H. Cosden and his Estate at

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