Updated June 27, 2008
Clarence H. Mackay, Harbor Hill and the Postal Telegraph
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The purpose of this web site is to preserve a bit of fading history and to serve as a means for exchanging historical information concerning:
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1.  Clarence H. Mackay (1874-1938), family man, sportsman, business man, and patron of the arts.
2.  Harbor Hill (1898-1938), 648 acre Mackay estate, Roslyn, New York.
3.  Commercial Cable Company (1883-1988).
See John Crellin's site.
4.  Postal Telegraph-Cable Company (1886-1943).
5.  Mackay Radio Company (1925 to 2006).
6.  International Telephone and Telegraph Company (ITT) (1923 to 1997).
7.  Art, Arms and Armor and Tapestry Collections.
1.  Background

Clarence Mackay

Harbor Hill
Art, Armor & Tapestry

Cable and Telegraph
   - Commercial Cable Co
   - Postal Telegraph Co
   - Mackay Radio Co
Original Telegraph Ads

Timeline (1831-1947)

Local Interest: Roslyn
     - Estate remnants
A Few Old Postcards

Sources & Links
     - Bibliographical info

Mackay Stories
Readers Comments

Project Author
Contact Page
Do you know something about any of these subjects? I solicit your comments and stories and add visitor input under the heading, "Mackay Stories".
          **New or Updated Pages**
1939 Real Estate Ad, Harbor Hill For Sale - Jun 08
Latest readers' comments - May 08
Two new, excellent Mackay books - May 08
Reminiscences of dairyman's daughter - Feb 08
Rare book found - Mackay art collection - Dec 07
Location of John W. Mackay's railroad - Nov 07
S.S. Olympic,   Click for story Royal Cortissoz describes estate
Images used on this site come from a collection of ephemera put together during the past several years.  My aim is to credit all of my sources and respect copyright laws.  If you have any question concerning sources, please review my page on the subject and/or contact me.  If I have used anything on this site incorrectly, let me know and I will take corrective action.  My  intent is solely to share information with others interested in these historic subjects. Thanks for visiting my site.
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