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Gilded New York - the style of the wealthiest 19th century New Yorkers

Blast from the past: 1900-New York, New York- Picture shows Fifth Avenue & 51st street, on Easter Sunday, and the row of Vanderbilt Mansions...

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Gilded New York - the style of the wealthiest 19th century New Yorkers

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Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire, Birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill. (But only by accident! His mother was married to the younger son, not the Duke, & went into labor while at a dance there.)

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Sunderland House | Mayfair, London, England. Exterior view of Sunderland House on Curzon St, with its return to East Chapel St, now renamed Trebeck Street, to the left of frame. Residence built for Consuelo (Vanderbilt), Duchess of Marlborough with funds from her father William K. Vanderbilt.

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Gilded New York - the style of the wealthiest 19th century New Yorkers

Exquisite: Home of Cornelius Vanderbilt showing a view from the southwest corner of 5th Avenue and 58th Street. Part of a landscaped lawn and an entrance to the house on 58th Street featuring a huge stone arch can be seen

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Cornelius Vanderbilt II Mansion. NYC. The Magnificent Caen Stoned Great Hall Reaching Up To The Top Of The House [04]

Gloria Vanderbilt Women's 0.5-ounce Eau de Toilette Spray (.5 oz Eau De Toilette Spray), Pink rose, Size Up To 1 Oz.

Launched by the design house of Gloria Vanderbilt in 1982, Vanderbilt is classified as a refined, oriental, floral fragrance. This feminine scent possesses a blend of carnation, mimosa, rose, and othe

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Cornelius Vanderbilt II purchased and demolished 3 brownstone houses on the southwest corner of 57th Street and 5th Avenue in preparation for his new mansion. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images