Religion: Inisfada & Mrs. Brady

Twenty miles out from Manhattan on the wooded, hilly North Shore of Long Island, inland from Manhasset, lies a great and famed 225-acre estate, on a road locally called ''The Irish Channel" from the origin of several large landowners along it. Behind massive iron gates, looming almost as large as the late Otto Kahn's huge chateau down near Huntington, stands a rambling, many-chimneyed Tudor house whose four stories and So rooms contain $2,000,000 worth of the world's greatest paintings, tapestries, porcelains and a large, handsome private chapel. Last week the public learned that...

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