With his business interests booming, Senator William A. Clark decided to move his business empire to New York City. Upon arriving, Clark .
The Gould Mansion on Fifth Avenue. The Gould Family never really made it onto The 400, despite all Edith Gould's attempts. She had their grand mansion in New York City built with her husband's endless fortune, purchased the finest jewels in the world and threw the most lavish parties, all of which was in vain. She never made the list.
Original George Gould Townhouse in the late The second George Gould Townhouse designed by Horace Trumbauer in which replaced t.
The Harry Payne Whitney mansion at 2 West Street was a bit of a hand-me-down for Gertrude and Harry. The house was built in 1875 for millionaire Frederick W. Stevens who commissioned architect George Harney to design a French mansion for him.
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Cornelius Vanderbilt II Residence, New York City
Riverside Drive at the corner of West Street. [Morris] Shinasi residence, general view from S.