From J. D. Salinger to F. Scott Fitzgerald, here are five authors who crafted their novels around the culture and influence of New York City during their time.
A Gilded Age ballroom and furniture made of concrete was installed at the Doris C. Freedman Plaza at 59th Street and Central Park by the Public Art Fund
Win a weekend getaway for two in the Berkshires at the historic Kemble Inn, a Gilded Age mansion Lenox, Massachusetts built in 1881 for a US Secretary of State.
Check out Woodlawn Cemetery and secret residents, architecture, and 10 facts about one of NYC's largest cemeteries and one of its national historic landmarks.
Audrey Munson may not sound like a familiar name, but she is present all across NYC as the model for many statues on famous monuments and institutions.
Creative illustrations of Gilded Age NYC architecture by artist Eric Rosner show the vitality of the city during this era of change and advacement.
A visit to the Harkness House on 75th Street and Fifth Avenue, a carefully preserved Gilded Age mansion with an illustrious yet reserved family history .
See vintage photos Fort Tryon Hall, CKG Billings' $2 million Gilded Age estate whose remains are visible in Fort Tryon Park today. The driveway alone cost $250,000.
New York City in the Gilded Age, written by Esther Crain with the New York Historical Society reveals the city lifestyle and architecture between 1860 and 1900.
The Victorian Era in America, called The Gilded Age by Mark Twain, was a time of vast fortunes, decadence, lavish spending and Mrs. Astor's '400 List'.