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

Aerial View of Charles M. Schwab Mansion

Aerial View of Charles M. Schwab Mansion

Astor Family Mansions | Social Diary 7/30/06 - Astor Lives and Astor Wives, Part II

Astor Family Mansions | Social Diary 7/30/06 - Astor Lives and Astor Wives, Part II

1910-Mansion of former Sen. William A. Clark, 5th Ave., cost 7M

NYC's stunning historical Fifth Avenue mansions (1890s

1910-Mansion of former Sen. William A. Clark, 5th Ave., cost 7M

American socialites, William Kissam Vanderbilt, and his wife Alva's, NYC mansion. Located at: 660 Fifth Avenue - NYC. This image, c.1903, during America's Gilded Age. ~ {cwlyons}

NYC's stunning historical Fifth Avenue mansions (1890s

American socialites, William Kissam Vanderbilt, and his wife Alva's, NYC mansion. Located at: 660 Fifth Avenue - NYC. This image, c.1903, during America's Gilded Age. ~ {cwlyons}

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...

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...

The NewYorkologist: Vanderbilt Mansion at Fifth Avenue and 59th Street, New York, 1900

The NewYorkologist: Vanderbilt Mansion at Fifth Avenue and 59th Street, New York, 1900

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

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

Andrew Carnegie secretly purchased the land for his mansion in c.1898 during NYC's Gilded Age. Built in c.1903. Carnegie's UES mansion at 91st and 5th, is now the location for the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum.

Andrew Carnegie secretly purchased the land for his mansion in c.1898 during NYC's Gilded Age. Built in c.1903. Carnegie's UES mansion at 91st and 5th, is now the location for the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum.

W. K. Vanderbilt Jr. House -589 5th Avenue - Museum of the City of New York

W. K. Vanderbilt Jr. House -589 5th Avenue - Museum of the City of New York

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