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Communal is the summer life of the five Brothers Pratt at Glen Cove, L. I. Around the rim of a water-skirted tract of 1,000 acres they have their homes—George at "Killenworth," Charles at "Seamoor," Harold at "Welwyn," Herbert at "The Braes," Frederic in Dosoris Lane. Congresswoman Ruth Baker Pratt, widow of Brother John, lives at "Manor House." Between them they have the yachts Carola, Dodger III, Whisper, Tuna. In the centre of their joint estate stand their stables and dairy farm, an institutional affair of red brick, manned by spick-&-span hostlers...

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