First Floor Plan of The Whitney - House Plan 1262

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https://flic.kr/p/aSqCGD | 82 Alfred St, Brush Park, Detroit | This one still stands and is occupied on the west end of Alfred Street.  It was built for JP Donaldson in  the 1870's, relatively early for Brush Park.  For a time it was used as a boarding house and is now again a single family residence.  It appears to be intact on the exterior at least!  UPDATE: detroit.curbed.com/archives/2012/10/198-k-fixerupper-stil...

https://flic.kr/p/aSqCGD | 82 Alfred St, Brush Park, Detroit | This one still stands and is occupied on the west end of Alfred Street. It was built for JP Donaldson in the 1870's, relatively early for Brush Park. For a time it was used as a boarding house and is now again a single family residence. It appears to be intact on the exterior at least! UPDATE: detroit.curbed.com/archives/2012/10/198-k-fixerupper-stil...

The David Whitney House located at 4421 Woodward Avenue in Detroit. Whitneys considerable wealth came from the lumber industry and he used his fortune to construct this expansive stone mansion.  The home featured the first personal use elevator in the city of Detroit and in todays economy would cost over $10 million dollars.  Detroiters today know the building simply as The Whitney, one of midtowns favorite restaurants.

The David Whitney House located at 4421 Woodward Avenue in Detroit. Whitneys considerable wealth came from the lumber industry and he used his fortune to construct this expansive stone mansion. The home featured the first personal use elevator in the city of Detroit and in todays economy would cost over $10 million dollars. Detroiters today know the building simply as The Whitney, one of midtowns favorite restaurants.

♥♥♥ "Autumn", stained glass window, 1902 (in the historic Payne Whitney house which is now home to the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the United States). ~ by John La Farge (1835-1910) -- American painter, muralist, stained glass window maker, decorator, and writer)

♥♥♥ "Autumn", stained glass window, 1902 (in the historic Payne Whitney house which is now home to the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the United States). ~ by John La Farge (1835-1910) -- American painter, muralist, stained glass window maker, decorator, and writer)

Daytonian in Manhattan: A Sumptuous Wedding Present - the 1906 Payne Whitney House

Daytonian in Manhattan: A Sumptuous Wedding Present - the 1906 Payne Whitney House

Payne Whitney-Hay House. (Right) 972 Fifth-Avenue-NYC. Now the Embassy of France.

Payne Whitney-Hay House. (Right) 972 Fifth-Avenue-NYC. Now the Embassy of France.

[Watch] Faith Evans Talks Last Time Seeing Whitney House with bethenny- http://getmybuzzup.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/Faith-Evans-Interview-on-bethenny.jpg- http://getmybuzzup.com/faith-evans-interview-on-bethenny/- Faith Evans Interview on bethenny  By Amber B R&B Diva Faith Evans stops by to chat with Bethenny. While their Faith opens up about her early years and her current friendship with rap mogul Diddy. She then reveals that she’s a homebody who isn&#821

[Watch] Faith Evans Talks Last Time Seeing Whitney House with bethenny- http://getmybuzzup.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/Faith-Evans-Interview-on-bethenny.jpg- http://getmybuzzup.com/faith-evans-interview-on-bethenny/- Faith Evans Interview on bethenny By Amber B R&B Diva Faith Evans stops by to chat with Bethenny. While their Faith opens up about her early years and her current friendship with rap mogul Diddy. She then reveals that she’s a homebody who isn&#821

TRUCKEE, California Photo RPPC Postcard WHITNEY HOUSE Hotel Winter Scene c1910s

TRUCKEE, California Photo RPPC Postcard WHITNEY HOUSE Hotel Winter Scene c1910s

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Daytonian in Manhattan: A Sumptuous Wedding Present - the 1906 Payne Whitney House

Daytonian in Manhattan: A Sumptuous Wedding Present - the 1906 Payne Whitney House

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