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"Cornelius Vanderbilt II house, built 1893. SW corner of 57th St & 5th Ave. -- now location of @Bergdorf Goodman"

Cornelius Vanderbilt II mansion (demolished) formerly at 1 West St, New York City. Architects George B Post and Richard Morris Hunt. Built 1882 with substantial 1894 addition. Demolished Vintage b&w photo.

Cornelius Vanderbilt II Residence | New York, NY. Preparing for demolition.

Cornelius Vanderbilt II Residence on Fifth Avenue New York City, preparing for demolition.

Aerial View of Charles M. Schwab Mansion

- Charles M. Schwab mansion, West End Ave & Riverside Drive, 73 to 74 Sts, NYC, demolished 1948

Herald Square 1923

NYC Herald Square, With an EL train and trams! Oh I wish we had trams.

Vintage butch

Evelyn “Jackie” Bross and Catherine Barscz at the Racine Ave police station. In 1943 Evelyn “Jackie” Bross of Cherokee heritage, was arrested on her way home from work for violating Chicago’s cross-dressing and public indecency ordinance.

This massive mega mansion on 65th street fifth avenue was the New York City mansion of Caroline Astor and her son John, the richest m...

Caroline Astor (THE Mrs. Astor), and son John Jacob Astor, twin house, at Fifth Ave. Designed by Richard Morris Hunt NYC's Gilded Age era.

Statue of Liberty, New York Harbor, 1905

Statue of Liberty, New York Harbor, 1905

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