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The Gilded Age Era: The William A. Clark Mansion, New York City

The Gilded Age Era: The William A. Clark Mansion, New York City

Looking Back at Manhattan's Lost Gilded Age Mansions                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Looking back at Manhattan's lost Gilded Age mansions

Looking Back at Manhattan's Lost Gilded Age Mansions More

Ici, au-delà des palaces et des joailliers, le véritable luxe réside dans la Place Vendôme elle-même, un bijou du XVIIIème siècle sertissant la Colonne comme une pierre précieuse

Ici, au-delà des palaces et des joailliers, le véritable luxe réside dans la Place Vendôme elle-même, un bijou du XVIIIème siècle sertissant la Colonne comme une pierre précieuse

Interior of the Woolworth Mansion in New York City, New York.

Gilded Age 1913 ‘Five and Dime’ Woolworth Mansion Burns On Long Island

Interior of the Woolworth Mansion in New York City, New York.

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#voyage #inde #india #travel

Grace Vanderbilt's last home in New York City

Grace Vanderbilt's last home in New York City

Gilded Age Mansions Line The Avenue. It is The Only Block in New York City Not Where There Is Not One Commercial Building. This is because of regulations put in place by Henry Cook, allowing no commercial buildings.

Gilded Age Mansions Line The Avenue. It is The Only Block in New York City Not Where There Is Not One Commercial Building. This is because of regulations put in place by Henry Cook, allowing no commercial buildings.

666 Fifth Ave. | New York, NY. Virginia Vanderbilt Mansion. Built where 2 brownstones once stood and connected to the original William K. Vanderbilt, Sr. mansion beside it. It was demolished to make way for an office building which was itself demolished for the present office building.

666 Fifth Ave. | New York, NY. Virginia Vanderbilt Mansion. Built where 2 brownstones once stood and connected to the original William K. Vanderbilt, Sr. mansion beside it. It was demolished to make way for an office building which was itself demolished for the present office building.

Broadway, Looking South from Prince Street, New York, 1860–76.

Broadway, Looking South from Prince Street, New York, 1860–76.

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