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640 Fifth Ave | Atrium Gallery Third Floor inside the William H. Vanderbilt Residence.

640 Fifth Ave | Atrium Gallery Third Floor inside the William H. Vanderbilt Residence.

William H Vanderbilt Residence | New York, NY. Door leading into Atrium from the vaulted vestibule. Design by Kreutzuerger.

William H Vanderbilt Residence | New York, NY. Door leading into Atrium from the vaulted vestibule. Design by Kreutzuerger.

Surviving fireplace mantle from Cornelius' mansion now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Surviving fireplace mantle from Cornelius' mansion now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Half Pudding Half Sauce: "Beetlehead's" 640 Fifth Aveune

Half Pudding Half Sauce: "Beetlehead's" 640 Fifth Aveune

640 Fifth Ave. | New York, NY. Designed by John B. Snook and decorator C. B. Atwood for William H. Vanderbilt, the "twin mansions" took up the entire block. Wm occupied the southern half; two of his daughters the northern half. Wm.'s home was left to his son George W. Vanderbilt but because G. W. had no sons, it passed to Cornelius Vanderbilt III, eldest son of Cornelius Vanderbilt II, who had been disinherited by his father. Mrs. C.V. II (Grace Wilson) lived there until 1944. Since…

640 Fifth Ave. | New York, NY. Designed by John B. Snook and decorator C. B. Atwood for William H. Vanderbilt, the "twin mansions" took up the entire block. Wm occupied the southern half; two of his daughters the northern half. Wm.'s home was left to his son George W. Vanderbilt but because G. W. had no sons, it passed to Cornelius Vanderbilt III, eldest son of Cornelius Vanderbilt II, who had been disinherited by his father. Mrs. C.V. II (Grace Wilson) lived there until 1944. Since…

640 Fifth Ave | The fireplace, mantle and chimney piece in the Library of William H. Vanderbilt's residence.

640 Fifth Ave | The fireplace, mantle and chimney piece in the Library of William H. Vanderbilt's residence.

Virginia Fair Vanderbilt House | New York, NY. Exterior drawings by McKim, Mead & White for Mrs. W. K. Vanderbilt, Jr.'s townhouse at 666 Fifth Ave. The residence was connected to W. K. Vanderbilt's  "Petit Chateau," 660 Fifth Ave.

Virginia Fair Vanderbilt House | New York, NY. Exterior drawings by McKim, Mead & White for Mrs. W. K. Vanderbilt, Jr.'s townhouse at 666 Fifth Ave. The residence was connected to W. K. Vanderbilt's "Petit Chateau," 660 Fifth Ave.

William H. Vanderbilt Mansion

William H. Vanderbilt Mansion

Floor plan rendering, of the NYC residence of  American socialite and businessman, Cornelius Vanderbilt 11, and his wife Alice. Located at: 1 West 57th Street, & 5th Avenue. American architect: George Browne Post - built during America's Gilded Age era, c.1883, demolished, c.1927. ~ {cwlyons}

Floor plan rendering, of the NYC residence of American socialite and businessman, Cornelius Vanderbilt 11, and his wife Alice. Located at: 1 West 57th Street, & 5th Avenue. American architect: George Browne Post - built during America's Gilded Age era, c.1883, demolished, c.1927. ~ {cwlyons}

Emily Vanderbilt Sloane's Fifth Avenue Mansion, after buying and combining it with her sister's  mansion next door

Emily Vanderbilt Sloane's Fifth Avenue Mansion, after buying and combining it with her sister's mansion next door

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