7. F. Scott Fitzgerald House

F. Scott Fitzgerald House-Princeton University Campus-New Jersey-NYC

This stucco house is where F. Scott Fitgzerald, a Princeton dropout from the class of 1917, lived in more low-income, freshman housing, explains Omiecinski. “F. Scott was living off his grandparents’ trust fund [but] that still made him low-income housing. He’s on the outside looking in on the Rockefellers…most historians say his placement, not only where he grew up in Minnesota, but also here on campus, solidified his obsession with social class. And don’t forget, in the backyard, the Nassau Club, the oldest private dining club in America.”