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The James E. Nichols residence designed by C. Gilbert c. 1900 at 4 East Street in New York City . Nichols was the head of Aust.

Caroline Astor Residence, 1893-1926, Richard Morris Hunt, 840 Fifth Avenue at 65th St.

The Astor Double Mansion Overlooking Central Park On a sunny, June day while in Newport Mrs. Caroline Astor offered her friend, .

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photo by Alice Lum Although banker Dudley Olcott was born and educated in New York City, he was living in a sprawling estate named Che.

Daytonian in Manhattan: The Lost 1884 Ogden Goelet Mansion -- No. 608 Fifth Avenue

1884 Ogden Goelet Mansion, of the Gilded Age in NYC. Location: 608 Fifth Avenue. Gilded age is a term from Mark Twain book A Tale of Today from The book satirized an era of serious social problems masked by a thin gold gilding.

George Vanderbilt Mansion

In millionaire George Vanderbilt purchased a large lot, formerly occupied by the Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum, that was diagonally .

The Gilded Age Era: The Collis P Huntington Residence, 5th Avenue.  The house once contained Rembrandt's "Aristotle Contemplating a Bust of Homer".

Huntington mansion on Fifth Avenue. It was built by George B Post for Huntington and his wife, Arabella. The fortress was one of the largest homes in New York City, second only to it's neighbor, The Cornelius Vanderbilt II mansion.

1009 Fifth Avenue/Duke Mansion    | More here: http://mylusciouslife.com/historical-books-reading-list-british-american-social-history/

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The Benjamin N & Sarah Duke House [aka Duke–Semans Mansion, Benjamin N. + Sarah Duke House] 1009 Fifth Avenue, East Street, Upper East Side, Manhattan.

Great Houses of New York: Louis Tiffany's Treasure Trove! | The Huffington Post

In Charles Lewis Tiffany, a founder and principal owner of NY's preeminent jewelry dealer Tiffany & Company, engaged the new partnership of McKim, Mead & White to design his unique residence on Madison Ave.

A close-up view, of the Gilded Age NYC mansion of society member, "The" Mrs. Caroline Astor ~ Location: 5th Avenue at 65th Street, built in c.1893. This photo taken in c.1929. ~ {cwlyons} ~ (Image: Gotham Magazine - Via: Getty Images)

A close-up view, of the Gilded Age NYC mansion of society member, "The" Mrs. Caroline Astor ~ Located: Ave at Street, built in ~ This photo, ~~ (Getty images) ~~ {cwl}

F.W. Woolworth Residence - New York City

The Original Woolworth Family Mansion at Ave and St in New York City. It was torn down in the to make room for apartment buildings.