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Brentwood (Islip, New York)

Brentwood (Islip, New York)
Josiah Warren and Stephen Pearl Andrews were brilliant and idealistic men, social reformers whose dream was to create a utopia where everyone would live in harmony, where profit would be a dirty word and absolute personal freedom - including ``free love'' - would be the ultimate goal.
Photo: Office and Dormitory, Academy of St. Joseph of the Pines, Brentwood (Photo from "Long Island To-day" by Frederick Ruther, 1909)
Josiah Warren and Stephen Pearl Andrews were brilliant and idealistic men, social reformers whose dream was to create a utopia where everyone would live in harmony, where profit would be a dirty word and absolute personal freedom - including ``free love'' - would be the ultimate goal.
Photo: Office and Dormitory, Academy of St. Joseph of the Pines, Brentwood (Photo from "Long Island To-day" by Frederick Ruther, 1909)
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