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Mr. George Peabody Wetmore's Dining-Room.

Black and white plate depicting the dining room of George Peabody Wetmore, a Rhode Island governor and senator.

Mr. Henry C. Gibson's Dining-Room.

Black and white plate depicting the dining room of Henry C. Gibson, a wealthy art collector.

Mr. H. G. Marquand's Dining-Room.

Black and white plate depicting the dining room of Henry Gurdon Marquand, a philanthropist and collector

Mr. John T. Martin's Dining-Room.

Black and white plate depicting the dining room of John T. Martin, a wealthy resident of Brooklyn

Mr. George W. Childs's Dining-Room, Bryn Mawr.

Black and white plate depicting the dining room of Mr. George W. Child, a publisher.

Mr. George W. Childs's Dining-Room, Bryn Mawr.

Black and white plate depicting the dining room of Mr. George W. Child, a publisher.

Mrs. Bloomfield Moore's Dining-Room.

Black and white plate depicting the dining room of Mrs. Bloomfield Moore, a writer and philanthropist.

Mr. Robert Treat Paine's (Jr.) Dining-Room.

Black and white plate depicting the dining room of Mrs. Robert Treat Paine Jr., a descendant of Robert Treat Paine, a signatory to the Declaration of...

Governor Tilden's Dining-Room.

Black and white plate depicting the dining room of presidential candidate and Governor of New York, Samuel J. Tilden

Mr. W. H. De Forest's Dining-Room.

Black and white plate depicting the dining room of silk merchant W. H. De Forest

Mr. Bradley Martin's Dining-Room (Second View).

Black and white plate depicting the dining room of the Bradley Martins, the wealthy New York couple responsible for the Bradley-Martin Ball.

Mr. Bradley Martin's Dining-Room.

Black and white plate depicting the dining room of the Bradley Martins, the wealthy New York couple responsible for the Bradley-Martin Ball.

Mr. William H. Vanderbilt's Dining-Room.

Black and white plate depicting the dining room of the businessman William H. Vanderbilt.

Mr. William Clark's Dining-Room.

Black and white plate depicting the dining room of William Clark, a politician and businessman.

Mr. J. Pierpont Morgan's Drawing-Room.

Black and white plate depicting the drawing room in the home of financier and industrial organizer John Pierpont Morgan

Mr. Edward N. Dickerson's Drawing-Room.

Black and white plate depicting the drawing room in the home of lawyer Edward N. Dickerson

Mr. Louis C. Tiffany's Drawing-Room.

Black and white plate depicting the drawing room in the home of Lewis Comfort Tiffany, an American painter, craftsman, philanthropist, decorator, and...

Mrs. A. T. Stewart's Drawing-Room.

Black and white plate depicting the drawing room in the home of Mrs. A. T. Stewart, the widow of textile merchant Alexander Turney Stewart

Mr. Frederick F. Thompson's Drawing-Room.

Black and white plate depicting the drawing room in the home of philanthropist Frederick Ferris Thompson

John A. Zerega's Drawing-Room (Second View).

Black and white plate depicting the drawing room in the home of Pond's Extract Company owner F. W. Hurtt.

John A. Zerega's Drawing-Room.

Black and white plate depicting the drawing room in the home of Pond's Extract Company owner F. W. Hurtt.

Mr. Charles Stewart Smith's Library.

Black and white plate depicting the drawing room of businessman Charles Stewart Smith

Mr. Charles Stewart Smith's Picture-Gallery.

Black and white plate depicting the drawing room of businessman Charles Stewart Smith

Mr. H. Victor Newcomb's Drawing-Room.

Black and white plate depicting the drawing room of H. Victor Newcomb, a prominent Wall Street capitalist declared insane in 1899.

Hon. Hamilton Fish's Drawing-Room.

Black and white plate depicting the drawing room of Hamilton Fish, former governor, senator, and Secretary of State

Mr. Hollis Hunnewell's Drawing-Room.

Black and white plate depicting the drawing room of Horatio Hollis Hunnewell, a banking, railroad financier, and horticulturalist.

Mr. Egerton Winthrop's Drawing-Room.

Black and white plate depicting the drawing room of lawyer Egerton Winthrop

Mr. E. Rollins Morse's Drawing-Room.

Black and white plate depicting the drawing room of Mr. E. Rollins Morse, a stockbroker and banker

Mr. George W. Childs's Drawing-Room, Philadelphia.

Black and white plate depicting the drawing room of Mr. George W. Child, a publisher.

Dr. William A. Hammond's Drawing-Room

Black and white plate depicting the drawing room of neurologist and Surgeon General of the United States Army, Dr. William A. Hammond.

Mr. Bradley Martin's Drawing-Room.

Black and white plate depicting the drawing room of the Bradley Martins, the wealthy New York couple responsible for the Bradley-Martin Ball.

Mr. William H. Vanderbilt's Drawing-Room.

Black and white plate depicting the drawing room of the businessman William H. Vanderbilt.

Mr. William Clark's Drawing-Room.

Black and white plate depicting the drawing room of William Clark, a politician and businessman.

The White House, East Room.

Black and white plate depicting the East Room, the largest room in the White House

Dr. D. L. Einstein's Entrance-Hall.

Black and white plate depicting the entrance hall in the home of wool manufacturer David L. Einstein

Mr. James L. Claghorn's Gallery.

Black and white plate depicting the gallery of banker and generous art patron James L. Claghorn.

Mr. Henry C. Gibson's Gallery.

Black and white plate depicting the gallery of Henry C. Gibson, a wealthy art collector.

Judge Hilton's Grand Salon.

Black and white plate depicting the grand salon in the home of Grand Union Hotel owner Judge Henry Hilton

Mr. Frederick F. Thompson's Hall and Library.

Black and white plate depicting the hall and library in the home of philanthropist Frederick Ferris Thompson

Dr. D. L. Einstein's Hall and Staircase.

Black and white plate depicting the hall and staircase in the home of wool manufacturer David L. Einstein

Mr. George F. Baker's Hall.

Black and white plate depicting the hall in the home of financier and philanthropist George Fisher Baker

Mrs. A. T. Stewart's Hall.

Black and white plate depicting the hall in the home of Mrs. A. T. Stewart, the widow of textile merchant Alexander Turney Stewart

Mr. George Kemp's Hall.

Black and white plate depicting the hall in the home of pharmaceutical millionaire George Kemp

Mr. Frederick F. Thompson's Hall.

Black and white plate depicting the hall in the home of philanthropist Frederick Ferris Thompson

Mr. J. W. Doane's Hall (Second View).

Black and white plate depicting the hall of John Wesley Doane, a millionaire tea and coffee merchant

Mr. Marshall Field's Hall.

Black and white plate depicting the hall of Marshall Field, a Chicago-based department store founder

Mr. H. Victor Newcomb's Hall at Elberon (Second View).

Black and white plate depicting the hall of Mr. H. Victor Newcomb, a Wall Street capitalist who was declared insane in 1899.

Mr. H. Victor Newcomb's Hall at Elberon.

Black and white plate depicting the hall of Mr. H. Victor Newcomb, a Wall Street capitalist who was declared insane in 1899.

Mrs. Bloomfield Moore's Hall.

Black and white plate depicting the hall of Mrs. Bloomfield Moore, a writer and philanthropist.

Mr. O. D. Munn's Hall.

Black and white plate depicting the hall of O. D. Munn, publisher of Scientific American

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