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A Christmas greeting card sent by Anne and William Vanderbilt. Card is printed with red text on front, and opens to reveal a photograph of the extended Vanderbilt family in a living room. Portrai...


A Christmas card from Anne and William Vanderbilt. Red text on front of card; photograph (color) in frame in interior. According to a handwritten note found inside, photograph shows Mr. and Mrs. ...


A greeting card printed with a black and white photograph of Anne Vanderbilt, Jr. and William H. Vanderbilt, Jr. seated outside. Made for Anne and William Vanderbilt.


A Christmas postcard depicting a young boy (possibly William H. Vanderbilt, Jr.) in a rowboat labeled "PADDLE TO THE SEA." Made for William and Anne Vanderbilt. Red text, appearing as handwriting...


A Christmas postcard depicting two women and a young boy on an outdoor patio (possibly Anne and Elsie Vanderbilt with William H. Vanderbilt, Jr.). Sent from William and Anne Vanderbilt to Mr. and ...


A Christmas postcard sent by Anne and William Vanderbilt to Mr. Alfred Bryan and family. Front of postcard includes red printed text and a black and white photograph of William H. Vanderbilt, Jr. ...


A Christmas postcard depicting William H. Vanderbilt, Jr. as a toddler, wearing overalls and standing near a picket fence. Sent from the Vanderbilts to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bryan. Red text, appea...


A Christmas postcard depiciting Anne, Emily ("Paddy"), and Elsie Vanderbilt seated in a garden. Addressed to Mr. Alfred Bryan and family.


A postcard from the Vanderbilt family to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bryan. Includes a photograph of Anne and William Vanderbilt with their daughters (Anne and Elsie) and Mr. Vanderbilt's daughter (Emily).


A Christmas card from William and Anne Vanderbilt. Printed on inside and outside with an illustration of two elephants in winter clothing on a sled.


A ticket to a Testimonial Dinner for Reverend and Mrs. William H. Langley, Jr. The ticket is printed with black text; handwritten text includes "Mr. Manton Chace" (the purchaser of the ticket) and...


A Christmas card from the Vanderbilt Family. A black and white photograph is affixed to the card's front, depicting three girls (Emily "Paddy," Elsie, and Anne "Annie" Vanderbilt) in a cart drawn b...


A photograph of the dedication of the Short Line Bus Terminal, located on Hozier Street. A group of men and one woman can be seen standing on a step in front of the building's entrance. Note atta...

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