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  2. Consuelo Vanderbilt - Wikipedia

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    Consuelo Vanderbilt-Balsan (formerly Consuelo Spencer-Churchill, Duchess of Marlborough; ... The result of this effort is the Foch Hospital, located in Suresnes, a ...

  3. Vanderbilt Commodores football - Wikipedia

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    Vanderbilt and Tennessee have played 112 times since 1892, Tennessee leads the series 75–32-5. When the rivalry first started Vanderbilt dominated by taking 19 of the first 24 with 3 ties. From 1928 to 2011, Tennessee went 71–9–2 against Vanderbilt. But since 2012, Vanderbilt has won five of the last nine.

  4. Cornelia Stuyvesant Vanderbilt - Wikipedia

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    She was the daughter, and only child, of George Washington Vanderbilt II (1862–1914) and Edith Stuyvesant Dresser (1873–1958). Her father, the youngest child of William Henry Vanderbilt and Maria Louisa (née Kissam) Vanderbilt, built a 250-room mansion, the largest privately owned home in the United States, which he named Biltmore Estate.

  5. William Henry Vanderbilt - Wikipedia

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    William Henry Vanderbilt (May 8, 1821 – December 8, 1885) was an American businessman and philanthropist. He was the eldest son of Commodore Cornelius Vanderbilt , an heir to his fortune and a prominent member of the Vanderbilt family .

  6. Alice Claypoole Vanderbilt - Wikipedia

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    Alice Claypoole Vanderbilt (née Gwynne; November 11, 1845 – April 24, 1934) was the wife of Cornelius Vanderbilt II and reigned as the matriarch of the Vanderbilt family for over 60 years. [1] Contents

  7. Cornelius Vanderbilt II House - Wikipedia

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    The Cornelius Vanderbilt II House was a large mansion built in 1883 at 1 West 57th Street in Manhattan, New York City. It occupied the frontage along the west side of Fifth Avenue from West 57th Street up to West 58th Street at Grand Army Plaza. The home was sold in 1926 and demolished to make way for the Bergdorf Goodman department store.

  8. Cornelius Vanderbilt III - Wikipedia

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    Vanderbilt's widow retained Beaulieu as her summer residence until her death, after which it was sold to Ambassador Wiley T. Buchanan, Jr. (1913-1986). Death. Brigadier General Cornelius Vanderbilt III died aboard his yacht from a cerebral hemorrhage while vacationing in Miami Beach, Florida in 1942.

  9. Edith Stuyvesant Gerry - Wikipedia

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    Edith Stuyvesant Vanderbilt Gerry (née Dresser; January 17, 1873 – December 21, 1958) was an American philanthropist and wife of George Washington Vanderbilt II and Peter Goelet Gerry, a United States senator from Rhode Island.