Vanderbilt

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Alice Claypoole Gwynne
... Alice Claypoole Gwynne Vanderbilt (November 26, 1845 – April 22, 1934) was the wife of Cornelius Vanderbilt II and reigned as the dowager Mrs ... Vanderbilt for over 60 years ...
List Of St. Mark's School (Massachusetts) Alumni - V
... Harold Stirling Vanderbilt, railroad executive, champion yachtsman and champion bridge player Alexander Arthur Vanderbilt-Iferenta Esq ... William Kissam Vanderbilt II, railroad executive, industrialist, yachtsman, Fisher Island founder ...
Cornelius Vanderbilt (disambiguation)
... Cornelius Vanderbilt (1794–1877) was an American entrepreneur ... Cornelius Vanderbilt may also refer to Cornelius Vanderbilt II (1843–1899) Cornelius Vanderbilt III (1873–1942) Cornelius Vanderbilt IV (1898–1974) ...
Lee Vanderbilt - The 1970s and Onwards
... In the 1970s, Vanderbilt was regularly in the studio, working as a session musician ... Biddu and Vanderbilt became friends and collaborated for many years on a number of projects ... to which he signed a number of artists, including Vanderbilt ...
Vanderbilt, California - History
... A mining camp soon was established at nearby Vanderbilt Spring ... By January 1893, 150 people were living at Vanderbilt camp, which contained 50 tents, two stores, one saloon, three restaurants, a lodging house, a blacksmith shop, and a stable ... Vanderbilt probably reached its peak in 1894 with a population of about four hundred ...

Famous quotes containing the word vanderbilt:

    We must learn which ceremonies may be breached occasionally at our convenience and which ones may never be if we are to live pleasantly with our fellow man.
    —Amy Vanderbilt (1908–1974)

    When I want to buy up any politician I always find the anti-monopolists the most purchasable—they don’t come so high.
    —William Vanderbilt (1821–1885)