Cornelius Vanderbilt

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Noun1.Cornelius Vanderbilt - United States financier who accumulated great wealth from railroad and shipping businesses (1794-1877)Cornelius Vanderbilt - United States financier who accumulated great wealth from railroad and shipping businesses (1794-1877)
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Kevin Johnson, Cornelius Vanderbilt Professor and Chair of Biomedical Informatics, Professor of Pediatrics, Chief Informatics Officer, Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
The Singer & Bassuk Organization LLC (SBO) announced the closing of an $80 million loan with AXA Equitable Life Insurance Company to provide permanent financing for 501 Madison Avenue, a recently transformed, 30-story office and retail property owned by heirs of Cornelius Vanderbilt III.
First stop was The Breakers - the summer residence of railroad magnate Cornelius Vanderbilt II.
Frederick William Vanderbilt, grandson of business tycoon Cornelius Vanderbilt, created the hotel's concept.
Over the years, members included US plutocrat Cornelius Vanderbilt and his sons, David MacIver who ran Cunard Line, Charles Livingstone, Cunard White Star Line director (and relative of missionary Dr Livingstone), industrialist Sir David Gamble and more recently King Harald V, of Norway.
Gloria is the great-great-granddaughter of railroad and shipping mogul Cornelius Vanderbilt.
About Bergdorf Goodman Bergdorf Goodman, founded by master tailors Edwin Goodman and Herman Bergdorf, is located on the corner of New York's Fifth Avenue and 58th Street, the former site of the Cornelius Vanderbilt mansion.
Frederick Weyerhaeuser was one of the giants of American industry and commerce in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, in the same league as figures such as Cornelius Vanderbilt and Andrew Carnegie.
The painting made its way across the Atlantic Ocean, and was ultimately purchased by Cornelius Vanderbilt, who later donated it to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1887.
As Cornelius Vanderbilt lies close to death in his lavish New York townhouse, there's an almost carnival-like atmosphere outside as the reporters who made him a household name gather to wait for the end.
The publication has revealed that the movie was produced by Cornelius Vanderbilt, an heir to the wealthy US industrialist family, who visited Germany as Hitler was voted into power in 1933.
To be fair, I'm not the only one enjoying the sun in the summerresidence garden of railroad magnate Cornelius Vanderbilt II.

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