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Daytonian in Manhattan: The Seligman House -- No. 126 East 74th Street

Daytonian in Manhattan: The Seligman House -- No.

Daytonian in Manhattan: The Lilienthal House -- No. 48 E. 74th Street

Daytonian in Manhattan: The Lilienthal House -- No.

Daytonian in Manhattan: The 1892 Richard M. Hoe House -- No. 11 East 71st Street

photo by Alice Lum The Gay ‘Nineties in New York City were gayer if one was a millionaire. The dour brownstone houses on the stree.

Mansion Floor Plans: William A. Clark House, New York

Built for Senator William Clark on Fifth Avenue in the Clark Mansion had 25 bedrooms and 35 servants' rooms. It was the childhood home of reclusive heiress Huguette Clark, and was torn down in the late

Daytonian in Manhattan: The 1889 J.B. Layng Carriage House -- 172-174 E. 73rd

Daytonian in Manhattan: The 1889 J. Layng Carriage House -- E.

House of John D. Crummins on East 68th Street, New York, NY Schickel and Ditmars, architect(s). From the American Architect and Building News, May 12, 1900. 13 by 17.25 inches. VG+ condition with some

House of John D. Crummins on East 68th Street, New York, NY, 1900, Schickel and Ditmars

Crummins on East Street, New York, NY Schickel and Ditmars, architect(s). From the American Architect and Building News, May 13 by inches. VG+ condition with some

Daytonian in Manhattan: The 1916 Adele Kneeland House -- No. 154 East 71st Street

Daytonian in Manhattan: The 1916 Adele Kneeland House -- No.

Daytonian in Manhattan: The Seligman House -- No. 126 East 74th Street

Daytonian in Manhattan: The Seligman House -- No.

Daytonian in Manhattan: The Seligman House -- No. 126 East 74th Street

Daytonian in Manhattan: The Seligman House -- No.

Daytonian in Manhattan: The 1933 Herbert Straus Mansion -- No. 9 East 71st Street

Daytonian in Manhattan: The 1933 Herbert Straus Mansion -- No.

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