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Mrs. Washington A. Roebling, residence at 64 S. Battery, Charleston, South Carolina. Slave quarters from balcony, horizontal

Charleston ironwork details, Charleston, South Carolina. South Carolina Society's hall, lantern and railing II

Longmeadow, Massachusetts. Colton house, 1735, from right

Childs Frick, residence in Roslyn, Long Island. House from right

J.L. Johnston, Stone House, residence in Cape Vincent, New York. Living room, Napoleonic collection close-up

Mrs. Edward Titus (Mme Helena Rubinstein), residence at 895 Park Ave., New York City. Dutch room

Charleston ironwork details, Charleston, South Carolina. Rutledge House, 116 Broad St., vertical detail of ironwork from street

Gaston Lachaise, exhibition at Museum of Modern Art. Torso I

Mrs. Washington A. Roebling, residence at 64 S. Battery, Charleston, South Carolina. Entrance facade, sharp

Geoffrey Platt, residence at 435 E. 84th St., New York City. Library, to fireplace

Roney Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach, Florida. Night view in palm garden II

George Estill, residence at 2701 Brickel Ave., Miami, Florida. Entrance hall II

Charleston ironwork details, Charleston, South Carolina. Rutledge House, 116 Broad St., detail, close-up of column base

New Orleans photographs. Courtyard of 731 Royal St., fanlight windows

Juilliard School of Music, 130 Claremont Ave., New York City. Maria Malibran, third act III

H.T. Lindeberg, residence in Locust Valley, Long Island. Urns and mirror in dining room I

Richard V.N. Gambrill, Vernon Manor, residence in Peapack, New Jersey. Entrance facade, sharp

Mrs. Washington A. Roebling, residence at 64 S. Battery, Charleston, South Carolina. Gazebo and walk

Mrs. Edward Titus (Mme Helena Rubinstein), residence at 895 Park Ave., New York City. Old dollhouse

H.T. Lindeberg, residence in Locust Valley, Long Island. Living room, toward west window

Newark passenger station, Pennsylvania Railroad. Waiting room, vertical to west

Colonel A.E. Pierce, residence in Warrenton, Virginia. Rear facade, from box garden III

George Van Wickle, residence in Miami Beach, Florida. Entrance facade

Charleston ironwork details, Charleston, South Carolina. St. Michael's gates II

St. Phillip's Church, Charleston, South Carolina. Buildings adjoining churchyard IV

Charleston ironwork details, Charleston, South Carolina. Fence at 14 Legare St., detail

H.T. Lindeberg, residence in Locust Valley, Long Island. Dining room, to fireplace from right

Thomas B. Davis, residence in Middleburg, Virginia. Dining room I

New Orleans photographs. Corn fence, Prytania and 4th St. I

Charleston architecture, Charleston, South Carolina. Alfred Hutty, residence at 46 Tradd St., house

Mrs. Washington A. Roebling, residence at 64 S. Battery, Charleston, South Carolina. Chinese room fireplace

Union Club, 701 Park Ave., New York City. Memorial tablet III

H.T. Lindeberg, residence in Locust Valley, Long Island. Library fireplace, horizontal

Charleston ironwork details, Charleston, South Carolina. Exchange St. detail

Mrs. Edward Titus (Mme Helena Rubinstein), residence at 895 Park Ave., New York City. Rococo room

Donn Jefferson Sheets, residence in New Preston, Connecticut. Dining room, to fireplace

Washington, District of Columbia. Lincoln statue I, at night

Cypress Gardens, Charleston. View IV

Mrs. Edward Titus (Mme Helena Rubinstein), residence at 895 Park Ave., New York City. Gay Nineties room, fireplace detail

Charleston ironwork details, Charleston, South Carolina. St. Michael's Church detail, gates I

New Orleans photographs. Corn fence, Prytania and 4th St. II

Christ Church, Greenwich, Connecticut. Chancel detail

St. Phillip's Church, Charleston, South Carolina. Windows framed by tree

Gaston Lachaise, exhibition at Museum of Modern Art. Head II

Cooper Union, 7th St. and Fourth Ave., New York City. Library II

Mrs. George H. Warren, residence at 924 5th Ave., New York City. Hall

Longmeadow, Massachusetts. Meeting house, 1768, detail of entrance

Charleston ironwork details, Charleston, South Carolina. Legare St. gates (detail)

Mrs. George H. Warren, residence at 924 5th Ave., New York City. Living room, to mirror and panels

Washington, District of Columbia. Illuminated fountain and Capitol lighted

Mrs. Edward Titus (Mme Helena Rubinstein), residence at 895 Park Ave., New York City. Detail of Dickens' Old Curiosity Shop

Charleston architecture, Charleston, South Carolina. Pink house, Chalmers Street

Charleston ironwork details, Charleston, South Carolina. 27 Meeting St., detail of gates

Longmeadow, Massachusetts. Storrs house, 1786, entrance detail

Charleston ironwork details, Charleston, South Carolina. Balcony at Legare and South Battery

St. Helena church, Beaufort, South Carolina. View from side

Longmeadow, Massachusetts. Colton house, 1735, from left

Charleston ironwork details, Charleston, South Carolina. Rutledge House, 116 Broad St., vertical detail of ironwork from left

Donn Jefferson Sheets, residence in New Preston, Connecticut. General exterior from center

Union Club, 701 Park Ave., New York City. Main foyer from west room II

Longmeadow, Massachusetts. Colton house, 1735, from right

Charleston ironwork details, Charleston, South Carolina. Fence at 14 Legare St., against light

Walter B. Lover, residence at 5801 Alton Rd., Miami Beach, Florida. Entrance detail

Newark passenger station, Pennsylvania Railroad. Main facade from left

Mrs. Washington A. Roebling, residence at 64 S. Battery, Charleston, South Carolina. Slave quarters from north I

Walter B. Lover, residence at 5801 Alton Rd., Miami Beach, Florida. Living room

Arnold Whitridge, residence in Salisbury, Connecticut. Living room, to fireplace

George Estill, residence at 2701 Brickel Ave., Miami, Florida. Living room, to sitting room

Arnold Whitridge, residence in Salisbury, Connecticut. Living room, to bookcases

New Orleans photographs. 624 Dumaine St. II

Mrs. Washington A. Roebling, residence at 64 S. Battery, Charleston, South Carolina. Slave quarters from balcony, vertical I

Gaston Lachaise, exhibition at Museum of Modern Art. Head I

Harry Hecker, residence in Miami Beach, Florida. Entrance facade

W.A. Wells, residence at 2034 N. Bay Rd., Miami Beach, Florida. General view of house over patio wall

Aerial views over Long Island. View IV

Mrs. Edward Titus (Mme Helena Rubinstein), residence at 895 Park Ave. Miniature rooms, Dickens' Old Curiosity Shop

Dr. John A. Vietor, "Southwood," residence on Via Del Lago, Palm Beach, Florida. Entrance view from right II

Charleston ironwork details, Charleston, South Carolina. South Carolina Society's hall, lantern and railing I

Eugene M. Geddes, residence in Locust Valley, Long Island, New York. Entrance facade from left, horizontal

Harvey S. Ladew, Pleasant Valley, residence in Monkton, Maryland. Portico and arcade, general view

Charleston ironwork details, Charleston, South Carolina. Rutledge House, 116 Broad St., vertical detail of ironwork at entrance door

Mrs. Edward Titus (Mme Helena Rubinstein), residence at 895 Park Ave., New York City. 19th century room

Mrs. Washington A. Roebling, residence at 64 S. Battery, Charleston, South Carolina. Tree and slave quarters, vertical

Cypress Gardens, Charleston. View I

Bernard Peyton, residence in Princeton, New Jersey. Staircase

Charleston ironwork details, Charleston, South Carolina. Mayor Maybank's gates

Mrs. Edward Titus (Mme Helena Rubinstein), residence at 895 Park Ave., New York City. Italian room

Charleston architecture, Charleston, South Carolina. Alfred Hutty, residence at 46 Tradd St., studio

New Orleans photographs. Pirate's Alley I

Mrs. George H. Warren, residence at 924 5th Ave., New York City. Window of center room

H.T. Lindeberg, residence in Locust Valley, Long Island. Dining room, to fireplace from left

Charleston ironwork details, Charleston, South Carolina. No. 54 Tradd St., balcony detail

Charleston architecture, Charleston, South Carolina. Alfred Hutty, residence at 46 Tradd St., Hutty and Peter

Juilliard School of Music, 130 Claremont Ave., New York City. Maria Malibran, second act III

Donn Jefferson Sheets, residence in New Preston, Connecticut. General exterior, from right

Dr. John A. Vietor, "Southwood," residence on Via Del Lago, Palm Beach, Florida. From inside loggia to pool I

L.W. Ernst, residence at 4500 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach, Florida. Entrance facade II

Mrs. Edward Titus (Mme Helena Rubinstein), residence at 895 Park Ave., New York City. La Boheme studio, vertical detail

Childs Frick, residence in Roslyn, Long Island. House from left I

Bertram Cutler, residence in Green Village, New Jersey. Bedroom

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