Amory Sibley Carhart estate designed by Trowbridge & Livingston c. 1900 in Tuxedo Park, New York. Carhart, a financier, was commander of the Military Order of Foreign Wars of the United States. Following Amory's death in 1912 his widow hired Horace Trumbauer to design 3 East 95th Street in New York City. The lot next door (No. 5) would sell to Goodhue Livingston in 1914, architect of the Carhart estate in Tuxedo, though he would never build a house on the site. 'Villa Blanca' was demolished in the 1940s.