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Mansions--New York (State)--New York

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Art Collecting Files of Henry Clay Frick

Identifier: ACF
Abstract Henry Clay Frick (1849-1919), a Pittsburgh coke and steel industrialist, began forming his art collection in 1881, and continued to acquire works of art until his death in 1919. He bequeathed his New York City residence, furnishings, and art collection to be established as a public art gallery called The Frick Collection, which opened to the public in December 1935. This collection contains correspondence, invoices and financial records, catalogs, inventories, registers, notes, narrative...
Dates: 1881-1925, undated

Construction Images - The Frick Collection and Frick Art Reference Library, 1933-1935

Identifier: TFC/FARL-0700-030-02.01
Scope and Content Note Photographs, 1933-1935, document the conversion of the Frick family's New York City residence at One East 70th Street into a public museum, The Frick Collection, as well as the construction of a new Frick Art Reference Library building at 10 East 71st Street. Both interior and exterior views show areas of the Frick residence that would be altered or demolished during the construction project, the conversion of areas within the house, the construction of new spaces for the museum, and the...
Dates: 1933 - 1935

Frick New York Residence Construction Photo Album

Identifier: TFC-0700-010
Scope and Content Note Photographs document the construction of the Frick residence at One East 70th Street, New York, N.Y. from April 2nd to December 31st, 1913. While the images primarily depict wide exterior shots of the construction from different angles, several focus on specific areas of the building, including the main entrance, the porte cochere, and the loggia (now known as the portico). There are two interior shots: one of Henry Clay Frick's Art Gallery (now known as the West Gallery), and one of...
Dates: 1913

Henry Clay Frick Furnishings Files

Identifier: TFC.0100.020

The New York residence of Henry Clay Frick (1849-1919), a prominent art collector and industrialist, was designed by Thomas Hastings and completed in 1914. The house, located at One East 70th Street, was opened in December 1935 as a public art gallery, The Frick Collection. Correspondence, telegrams, lists, notes and invoices document the furnishing and interior decoration of the house from 1913 to 1920.

Dates: 1913-1920

Henry Clay Frick Papers, Series II: Correspondence

Identifier: HCFF.01.02

Henry Clay Frick (1849-1919), a Pittsburgh industrialist who made his fortune in coke and steel, was also a prominent art collector. This series consists largely of Frick's incoming correspondence, with some outgoing letters, on matters relating to business and investments, art collecting, political activities, real estate, philanthropy, and family matters.

Dates: 1882-1929, undated

One East 70th Street Papers

Identifier: HCFF.07

Henry Clay Frick, 1849-1919, was a prominent industrialist and art collector. His New York residence at One East 70th Street was designed by Thomas Hastings, and completed in 1914. The house was later opened to the public as The Frick Collection in 1935. These materials document the construction and furnishing of the house, as well as some aspects of domestic life there.

Dates: 1907-1931