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640 Fifth Ave Grace Wilson Mrs Cornelius III Vanderbilt

640 Fifth Ave Grace Wilson Mrs Cornelius III Vanderbilt

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640 Fifth Ave. | Capt. Cornelius Vanderbilt III Residence, NYC. Pictured: Grace Wilson [Mrs. Cornelius III] Vanderbilt , dressed in full evening regalia ...

640 Fifth Ave. | Grace Wilson [Mrs. Cornelius III] Vanderbilt photographed by Cecil Beaton (Nov 1941) for Vogue, dressed in full evening regalia seated in a ...

Not even Neily's stern mother, Alice, who was considered a saint, would see them. The only Vanderbilt who would talk to them was Neily's uncle, ...

Grace Wilson Vanderbilt ( Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt III ) in the Salon of her great New York town house at 640 Fifth Avenue, in 1940.

640 Fifth Ave. | The ballroom of the Vanderbilt mansion during Grace Wilson [Mrs. Cornelius III] Vanderbilt's occupancy.

The Last Vanderbilt Stronghold, 640 Fifth Avenue, The Home of Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt

The Art Gallery Held The Art Collection That William Henry Vanderbilt had Spent His Life Collecting

Every year, at the opening of the Metropolitan Opera House, Grace's arrival was always the one most looked forward to. Her box at the Met was located on the ...

640 Fifth Ave. | Then the Cornelius Vanderbilt III rresidence. Grace Graham Wilson Vanderbilt, wife of Cornelius III, sits before a large tapestry in the ...

Grace Wilson Vanderbilt, Of The "Marrying Wilsons", Would prove Them All Wrong And Succeed Them All As The Last Mrs. Vanderbilt

... 640 Fifth Avenue, along with $1 million, passed to the eldest son of the eldest son of William Henry Vanderbilt, Cornelius Vanderbilt III and his wife, ...

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The Vanderbilt Mansion Under Demolition, 600 Workmen Instructed To Tear Apart 640 Fifth Avenue, The Last of It's Kind

Grace Vanderbilt in the music room at 640 Fifth, ca.

LIFE (17 Nov 1941) Mrs. Vanderbilt: The Echo of an Elegant Era

Over time the residences around the 640 Fifth Avenue mansion had been replaced with large skyscrapers and soon the 640 Fifth Avenue mansion became lost in a ...

Cornelius Vanderbilt II's Mansion at 742-748 Fifth Avenue (between 57th and 58th Streets). Photo via Library of Congress.

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In The Middle Of A Sea Of Skyscrapers Was Grace Vanderbilt And Her Imposing Mansion, 640 Fifth Avenue

The Picture-Gallery: William H. Vanderbilt privately published a catalog detailing the art

William H. Vanderbilt's Twin Mansions: William H. lived in the nearer building (

The summer "cottage" of Gen Cornelius (III) and Mrs. Grace Wilson Vanderbilt purchased from William Waldorf Astor. His son later bought their 640 Fifth Ave ...

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... 640 Fifth Avenue until two years after Neily's death. Grace continued to entertain just as lavish as she always had, hosting her last ball in 1941.

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Photo from Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, Detroit Publishing Company Collection. Cornelius Vanderbilt II's ...

"The Gardener's Cottage", Grace's Downsized New York City Chateau. When "The Queen of Fifth Avenue", as Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt III ...

Cornelius Vanderbilt III and wife Grace Wilson on Easter Sunday 1915. Photo was taken on 5th Avenue. Note that Grace Wilson-Vanderbilt is carrying a prayer ...

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One of the final parties at 640 Fifth

Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt: born Grace Graham Wilson in 1870, she became New York&

FD GALLERY on Instagram: “Grace Wilson, Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt, c.1910, encased in jewels: wearing the Cartier 'Alexander II' tiara, Cartier pendant ...

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12, Reception in William Henry Vanderbilt's art gallery. From Frank Leslie's Journal (January 5, 1885). His grand residence at 640 Fifth ...

After passing through the monumental gates, visitors would reach the porte cochere. There, they would be greeted by six sculptural reliefs executed by Karl ...

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1048 Fifth Ave | Designed for lawyer William Starr Miller by Carrere & Hastings, built

677 Fifth Avenue while owned by the Vanderbilts

What a Swell Party that was

5, View of boudoir at 640 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY. Visible above sofa is Turner's Fountain of Indolence (see fig. 4). From E. Strahan, Mr. Vanderbilt's ...

Mary Wilson Goelet - The Goelet's New York mansion, 608 Fifth Avenue.

Jan 19 The Myriad Manhattan Residences of the Vanderbilt Cousins Part One: The Children of Cornelius Vanderbilt and Margaret Vanderbilt Shephard

Grace Vanderbilt Never Missed The Opening Of The Metropolitan Opera House, Not Until Her Death Would She Ever Miss One

Nine-foot Malachite Vase: The ornate Neo-classical vase made of the mineral

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Half Pudding Half Sauce: "Beetlehead's" 640 Fifth Aveune

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5, View of boudoir at 640 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY. Visible above sofa is Turner's Fountain of Indolence (see fig. 4). From E. Strahan, Mr. Vanderbilt's ...

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The Vanderbilt Triple Palace on 5th Avenue (1878)

The Art Gallery Held The Art Collection That William Henry Vanderbilt had Spent His Life Collecting

The beginning of the 20th Century found Alice Gwynne Vanderbilt. widow of Cornelius Vanderbilt II ...

Marshall Orme Wilson - Photograph of Wilson's wife, Caroline Schermerhorn Astor, from the Library

The Vanderbilt Home at 640 Fifth Avenue in New York City, c. 1883

Cornelius Vanderbilt II Residence, interior view Fifth Ave at 57th Street, New York City.

9, View of William H. Vanderbilt art gallery at 640 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY. Visible at left is Alphonse de Neuville's large painting, Le Bourget (see ...

Today, the property at 742-748 Fifth Avenue, the original address of the Cornelius Vanderbilt II mansion, is now the department store Bergdorf Goodman.

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Grace Vanderbilt At The Opening Of The Metropolitan Opera House, Which She Never Missed, Always Receiving Guests In Her Private Box

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Cornelius and Grace walking on Fifth Avenue

The Commodore and son: Cornelius Vanderbilt, aka &quot;The Commodore&

9, View of William H. Vanderbilt art gallery at 640 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY. Visible at left is Alphonse de Neuville's large painting, Le Bourget (see ...

Pictured Above Is One of Grace's Small Dinner Parties, In Attendance That Night Were Mrs. Winthrop Aldrich, Sir And Lady Cadogan, Mr. And Mrs. Hammond, Rep.

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"Petit Chateau" (1886), the William K. Vanderbilt mansion

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Frederick William Vanderbilt's home, now known as the Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site.

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The Gilded Age Era

The Gilded Age Era: The Cornelius Vanderbilt II Mansion, New York City . The Formal Entrance Was very Elegant And Featured Carvings By Karl Bitter.

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Mary Wilson Goelet - The Goelet's Newport residence, Ochre Court in 1904.

Fig. 6, Eugène Delacroix, Muley-Abd-Err-Rahmann, Sultan of Morocco with His Officers and Guard of Honor, March, 1832, 1862. Oil on canvas.

Though the crowds of tourists, shoppers and gawkers around her mansion grew exponentially over the decades, it is quite likely that Grace would have ...

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1890: Miss. Grace Graham Wilson.

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Fig. 1, Jean-François Millet, The Sower, 1850. Oil on canvas. Yamanashi Prefectural Museum, Kofo, Japan.

with Mrs. Vanderbilt keeping their New York City home at 666 Fifth Avenue. Designed for the then newlyweds by Stanford White in 1906, the French Renaissance ...

Grace Wilson Vanderbilt. In 1949 Grace gave her last party, her famed opera ball, and after that she unable to attend the opera, arriving last time in a ...

New York Apartment Houses of Rosario Candela and James Carpenter

The child-saga of the decade was the world famous custody trial over little Gloria Vanderbilt whose care was wrested from her mother, Gloria Morgan ...

Alva Belmont - Alva Vanderbilt, costumed for her 1883 ball.

Cornelius Vanderbilt in 1846.

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Each Year, At Grace's Urging, The Vanderbilts Sailed "The North Star" To Those Ports Where They Would Most Likely Be Seen By Royalty

660 Fifth Avenue, with 666 seen immediately to the right ...

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12, Reception in William Henry Vanderbilt's art gallery. From Frank Leslie's Journal (January 5, 1885). His grand residence at 640 Fifth ...

Marshall Orme Wilson - 1894 Portrait of Wilson by Léon Bonnat

Upon entering the entrance hall, visitors would have gravitated toward the hall's fireplace. The reddish brown fireplace was flanked by marble caryatids, ...

The Breakers, built in 1892–1895 for Cornelius Vanderbilt II.

Great Houses of New York, 1880-1940. Volume 2