1932~Thelma (née Morgan), Viscountess Furness and her twin sister Gloria Vanderbilt (née Morgan)

The Fairbanks Twins - C. 1922

Marble House | Alva (Vanderbilt) Belmont sold Marble House to Frederick H. Prince in 1932. It was purchased 1963 from the Prince estate by Alva's son, Harold S. Vanderbilt, who donated it to the Preservation Society of Newport County.

Edith Vanderbilt...today, she would be 140 years old.

640 Fifth Ave. | New York, NY. Designed by John B. Snook and decorator C. B. Atwood for William H. Vanderbilt, the "twin mansions" took up the entire block. Wm occupied the southern half; two of his daughters the northern half. Wm.'s home was left to his son George W. Vanderbilt but because G. W. had no sons, it passed to Cornelius Vanderbilt III, eldest son of Cornelius Vanderbilt II, who had been disinherited by his father. Mrs. C.V. II (Grace Wilson) lived there until 1944. Since demolish...

Wallis Simpson, Duchess of Windsor.

Lily Langtry as Cleopatra by Chickeyonthego, via Flickr

Vilma Banky & pearls

Gloria Vanderbilt and her jeans!

John Jr and Carolyn Bisset

Gloria Vanderbilt

Gloria Vanderbilt

Gloria Vanderbilt--With her mother, Gloria Morgan, and governess.  Gloria’s mother lost custody of her in 1934, after a scandalous trial.  Gloria’s paternal aunt Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney was awarded custody.

little gloria vanderbilt

Baby Gloria with her parents Reginald Claypoole Vanderbilt and Gloria Mercedes Morgan. shortly before her father's death in 1925. Reginald was the son of Cornelius Vanderbilt II

Mrs. W. K. Vanderbilt

Gloria Vanderbilt, Pond's makeup advertisement, 1945

Muriel and Consuelo Vanderbilt, Daughters of Virginia Graham Fair Vanderbilt and William K Vanderbilt II. They were nieces of Consuelo Vanderbilt. painting by Giovanni Boldini

Gloria Vanderbilt by Horst 1941

Mrs Leopold Stokowski (Gloria Vanderbilt) and Mrs Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney at the Opera, 1952 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Gloria Swanson