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A photograph of The Breakers (first), ocean facade. Large striped awnings are visible at the first level; the house is covered in ivy. Architectural features include two large gables, a balustrad...


A photograph depicting a large hall in The Breakers (first). A staircase flanks an archway at center; potted palms, chandeliers, and sconces are seen throughout. Room has a coffered ceiling and e...


Three cigarette cards from the set 'Racing Colors of the World'. Cards include Amy Belmont, Mrs. Lorillard and Pierre Lorillard. Allen and Ginter's Cigarettes, Richmond, Virginia'. Back of the card...


A photograph of the rear facade of the first Breakers estate (Peabody and Stearns, 1878). Features of the wooden shingled house include gables, dormers, large awnings, and a central built-in turret...


A photograph of the first Breakers estate, (Peabody and Stearns, 1878). A caption on the photograph correctly assumes that Cornelius Vanderbilt II purchased the property in 1885. Features of the ...


A photograph of the first Breakers estate (Peabody and Stearns, 1878). Features of the wooden shingled house include gables, dormers, large awnings, and a tall turret. In 1892, the house was lost i...

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