The Grand Foyer Bob Kenny and Shirley Strum (Credit: Newsday Photo / David L. Pokress)

The Grand Foyer Bob Kenny and Shirley Strum Kenny in the grand foyer. Sunwood, an Old Field mansion that burned down in 1986, has been rebuilt to serve as the residence for the president of SUNY Stony Brook and also to be used for university related functions.

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Sunwood, an Old Field mansion that burned down in 1986, has been rebuilt to serve as the residence for the president of SUNY Stony Brook and also to be used for university related functions.

The Grand Foyer Bob Kenny and Shirley Strum
(Credit: Newsday Photo / David L. Pokress)

The Grand Foyer Bob Kenny and Shirley Strum Kenny in the grand foyer. Sunwood, an Old Field mansion that burned down in 1986, has been rebuilt to serve as the residence for the president of SUNY Stony Brook and also to be used for university related functions.

The Living Room The living room in the
(Credit: Newsday Photo / David L. Pokress)

The Living Room The living room in the non-residence area of the house. Sunwood, an Old Field mansion that burned down in 1986, has been rebuilt to serve as the residence for the president of SUNY Stony Brook and also to be used for university related functions.

The Living Room SUSB president Shirley Strum Kenny
(Credit: Newsday Photo / David L. Pokress)

The Living Room SUSB president Shirley Strum Kenny shows off the living room. Sunwood, an Old Field mansion that burned down in 1986, has been rebuilt to serve as the residence for the president of SUNY Stony Brook and also to be used for university related functions.

The Den Bob Kenny and Shirley Strum Kenny
(Credit: Newsday Photo / David L. Pokress)

The Den Bob Kenny and Shirley Strum Kenny in the den of the residence. Bob painted the painting in the center. Sunwood, an Old Field mansion that burned down in 1986, has been rebuilt to serve as the residence for the president of SUNY Stony Brook and also to be used for university related functions.

Second Floor Landing The second floor landing/foyer. Sunwood,
(Credit: Newsday Photo / David L. Pokress)

Second Floor Landing The second floor landing/foyer. Sunwood, an Old Field mansion that burned down in 1986, has been rebuilt to serve as the residence for the president of SUNY Stony Brook and also to be used for university related functions.

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The Dining Room President Shirley Strum Kenny and
(Credit: Newsday Photo / David L. Pokress)

The Dining Room President Shirley Strum Kenny and her husband Bob Kenny walk through the dining room. The art on the walls is from their personal collection. Sunwood, an Old Field mansion that burned down in 1986, has been rebuilt to serve as the residence for the president of SUNY Stony Brook and also to be used for university related functions.

Exterior of Sunwood Sunwood, an Old Field mansion
(Credit: Newsday Photo / David L. Pokress)

Exterior of Sunwood Sunwood, an Old Field mansion that burned down in 1986, has been rebuilt to serve as the residence for the president of SUNY Stony Brook and also to be used for university related functions.