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  1. 02/05/2022 · La alta sociedad neoyorquina apodó a Grace y a sus hermanas “las casaderas Wilson”, en referencia a la excelencia de sus matrimonios: Mary contrajo matrimonio con el empresario Ogden Goelet (su...

  2. Mariette Leslie Cotton (1866–1947) was an American artist who usually gave her name as Mrs. Leslie Cotton. A student of William Merritt Chase, Carolus-Duran, and Jean-Jacques Henner , she worked mainly in Paris but also maintained studios in London and New York.

    • April 21, 1947 (aged 80)
    • American
  3. 10/05/2022 · Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center. 70 Lincoln Center Plaza, 10th Floor. New York, NY 10023-6582. PAY BY CREDIT CARD VIA PHONE. Call 212-875-5216. Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center gratefully acknowledges the generous and loyal donors to the CMS Spring Gala. On behalf of the Board of Directors, the Artists and Staff, we extend our ...

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    22/04/2022 · + Mary Goelet: D: 26 APR 1937 6 George Victor Robert John Innes-Ker: B: 7 SEP 1913. D: 26 SEP 1974 + Person Not Viewable + Margaret Elizabeth McConnel: D: 1983 5 Victoria Alexandrina Innes-Ker: B: 14 JAN 1879.

  5. 09/05/2022 · He took a suite in August 1888 for himself, his pregnant wife, Mary Ellen Quinlan, and their two young sons, James and Edmund. James O'Neill's career was tainted by repeated scandals involving women. from the collection of the New York Public Library O'Neill was best known for his leading role in The Count of Monte Cristo.

  6. 10/05/2022 · Martin Fox purchased the Brampton house (now renumbered 448 West 22nd Street) in 1871. He ran a store at the corner of 37th Street and Ninth Avenue until 1877, when it appears he retired. He remained in the house until June 1885, when he sold it to Ernestena C. Unger for $12,500, just under $350,000 today.

  7. 13/05/2022 · It became home to attorney Philip Keyes Walcott and his wife, the former Annie Goedkeep. They were a well-heeled couple. Born in Concord, Massachusetts in 1877, Walcott, according to The Sun, "belonged to one of the oldest families in New England" and a grand-aunt was Mrs. Ralph Waldo Emerson. Annie was a graduate of Barnard College.