Gilded age

Infographic | Vanderbilts Explained | Famous American Families | Gilded Age | #american #history #people

Infographic | Vanderbilts Explained | Famous American Families | Gilded Age | #american #history #people

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America's Gilded Age era - "Ladies' Book of Etiquette, and Manuel of Politeness", originally published in, c.1872. Authored by, Florence Hartley. Publisher: Lee & Shepard, New York. ~ {cwlyons} ~ (Image: Hesperus Press)

America's Gilded Age era - "Ladies' Book of Etiquette, and Manuel of Politeness", originally published in, c.1872. Authored by, Florence Hartley. Publisher: Lee & Shepard, New York. ~ {cwlyons} ~ (Image: Hesperus Press)

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The Gilded Age Era: The Astor Double Mansion on Fifth Avenue: the stairwell down which Mrs Caroline Astor fell

The Gilded Age Era: The Astor Double Mansion on Fifth Avenue: the stairwell down which Mrs Caroline Astor fell

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Beautiful stained glass interior of this Gilded Age, NY mansion ~ Located at: 108 Eighth Ave, Brooklyn, NY ~ Built in circa:1899
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Article via, Curbed NY; "Eight Lost Gems of New York's Gilded Age, and What Replaced Them." ~ {cwl}

Article via, Curbed NY; "Eight Lost Gems of New York's Gilded Age, and What Replaced Them." ~ {cwl}

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Coca-Cola, American Advertisement - "The Ideal Brain Tonic". First distributed as a medicinal tonic, during America's Gilded Age era; c.1886, c.1887, c.1888. ~ {cwl} ~ (Image: turn of the century - tumblr)

Coca-Cola, American Advertisement - "The Ideal Brain Tonic". First distributed as a medicinal tonic, during America's Gilded Age era; c.1886, c.1887, c.1888. ~ {cwl} ~ (Image: turn of the century - tumblr)

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Gateway to The Breakers, the Gilded Age summer home of Cornelius Vanderbilt II
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Mansions of the Gilded Age: Search results for facebook
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This magnificent home was demolished in 1927 and today the site is occupied by the Bergdorf Goodman department store. The only remnant of the mansion are its magnificent gates, which today provide the entrance to Central Park's Conservatory Gardens at 104th and Fifth.

This magnificent home was demolished in 1927 and today the site is occupied by the Bergdorf Goodman department store. The only remnant of the mansion are its magnificent gates, which today provide the entrance to Central Park's Conservatory Gardens at 104th and Fifth.

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"The Mrs. William Astor residence, 5th Avenue & 34th Street, New York, 1894"
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