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Links 1 through 10 of 17 by Dowling Library tagged asc4184+vanderbilts+homes

This Hyde Park, NY estate is now part of the National Park Service and is known as the Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site. It was built for Frederick William Vanderbilt and his wife Louise Vanderbilt in 1899 by the architects McKim, Mead & White. See also: Rough Point.

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This Scarborough, NY estate is now a country club. (Private, not open to the public.) It was designed by the architects McKim, Mead & White in 1894 for Elliot Fitch Shepard and his wife, Margaret Vanderbilt Shepard. To view more estate pictures go to the Sleepy Hollow Wedding Gallery.

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This Newport, RI estate was completed in 1891 and designed by the architects Peabody & Stearns. It was a summer cottage for Frederick William Vanderbilt and his wife Louise Vanderbilt. See also: Hyde Park.

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This working farm and estate in Shelburne, VT was designed by the architect Robert H. Robertson from 1888 to 1899. It was the country home of William Seward Webb, and Eliza (Lila) Vanderbilt Webb.

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This Convent Station, NJ estate is now home to Fairleigh Dickinson University. Hamilton McKown Twombly and his wife, Florence Vanderbilt Twombly commissioned the architects McKim, Mead & White to design this country house in 1897. See also: Vinland.

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This Newport, RI estate has been preserved and is open for tours. William K. Vanderbilt and his wife, Alva Vanderbilt commissioned Richard Morris Hunt to design and build the "finest cottage money can buy". See also: Idle Hour and Belcourt Castle.

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A wonderful collection of links put together by the University of North Carolina.

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The Breakers in Newport, RI has been preserved and is open for tours. It was built in 1893 when Cornelius Vanderbilt II and his wife Alice Claypoole Gwynne Vanderbilt commissioned architect Richard Morris Hunt to design this grand summer cottage.

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This is a good site for external pictures of the architecture.

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This is an online article from Resource Library an online publication of Traditional Fine Arts Organization. Please be sure to click the many embedded links to other articles about the Biltmore and the North Carolina Vanderbilts.

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