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Newport's Marble House was built in 1892 by Richard Morris Hunt for William K. Vanderbilt. Outrageously opulent, arguably more so than The Breakers.

Marble House | Staircase at Alva Vanderbilt Belmont's "Cottage," Newport, RI. Now a National Historic Landmark.

Bodie Historic District, Bodie, California Photographer: Shayne E. Watson This is from a contest for National Historic Landmarks. The McDowell House Museum is also a National Historic Landmark.

Mrs. Vanderbilt's Bedroom Marble House, Newport, RI

Marble House, one of the Newport Mansions...boy those Vanderbilt's really knew how to live it up...

Kennywood Park, featuring the Racer roller coaster, West Mifflin, Pennsylvania Photographer: Kurt Miller This is from a photo contest for National Historic Landmarks. The McDowell House Museum (Danville, KY) is also a National Historic Landmark.

Dinner at the Marble House

Marble House newport | Marble House - Built in 1891 for the Vanderbilt family

Marble House in Newport, Rhode Island - Dining Room features pink Numidian marble and gilt bronze capitals and trophies. The fireplace is a replica of the one in the Salon d'Hercule at Versailles. The ceiling is decorated painted with a hunting and fishing motif, with an 18th-century French ceiling in the center.

The house of sista-warrior Ida B. Wells-Barnett also contributes to the Black Metropolis-Bronzeville District.

The Oliver Hastings House is an historic house in the Greek Revival style, located at 101 Brattle Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts. It is a National Historic Landmark.