Halcyon Days: An American Family Through Three Generations
Old Westbury Gardens and Abrams, 1986 - United States - 280 pages
Henry Phipps, Jr. (1839-1934 was a partner to Andrew Carnegie in in the steel industry. He built Westbury House in Long Island which is now a public showpiece. Includes biographical data on him and his descendants for two generations.
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Beginnings by Richard Gachot
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