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Easter Parade . Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt Jr. and Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt Senior in the Parade in front of St. Thomas' Church.
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The Cornelius Vanderbilt II Mansion that stood on the corner of W 57th Street and Fifth Avenue NYC was the noted as the largest private residence. Mrs Alice Vanderbilt purchased the neighbouring three brownstone mansions before demolishing them to expand her home to take up the entire block.
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One of the most famous family names in America is Vanderbilt, known for their string of remarkable houses and mansions in the United States. In the
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The Myriad Manhattan Residences of the Vanderbilt Cousins Part One: The Children of Cornelius Vanderbilt and Margaret Vanderbilt Shephard —
Part One: The Children Cornelius Vanderbilt and Margaret Vanderbilt Shephard The eight offspring of William Henry Vanderbilt set the benchmark for luxurious living in gilded age New York, forever intertwining the name Vanderbilt with opulence and wealth. Nowhere was this more ev
The Vanderbilts were once a family that everyone recognized but now they've fallen out of favor. What brought this once well-known family down?
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Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney attend the opening of the Metropolitan Opera's 57th season Monday night.
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Cornelius Vanderbilt, American shipping and railroad magnate who acquired a personal fortune of more than $100 million. Vanderbilt began his transportation empire by operating a ferryboat between Staten Island and New York City. By the 1850s he had shifted his focus from steamships to railroads.
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Nearly everyone is familiar with the story of Consuelo Vanderbilt. The epitome of the American “Dollar Princess”, forced into a loveless marriage with Charles Spencer-Churchill, the 9th Duke of Marlborough in 1895 by her ruthless mother in a “cash for title” exchange. Not surprisingly, the
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