was the name of Clarence Dillon's estate in the hunt country of New Jersey.
Dillon built Dunwalke during his years on Wall Street as the head of Dillon, Read
& Co. Inc. When Dillon died in 1979, the Dunwalke mansion and 125 of the original
1,200 acres were bequeathed to Princeton University. In the summer of 2001, Princeton
sold Dunwalke for $18 million to the co-President of Goldman Sachs.
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