J. P. Morgan

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Noun1.J. P. Morgan - United States financier and philanthropist (1837-1913)J. P. Morgan - United States financier and philanthropist (1837-1913)
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Want Europe,' if he's Napoleon; 'want wives,' if he's Bluebeard; 'want Botticelli,' if he's Pierpont Morgan.
Pierpont Morgan would later partner with in New York.
Plummer, who plays Ebenezer Scrooge in the film, recently toured a Charles Dickens exhibit at the Pierpont Morgan Library in New York.
He and his wife Anna-Maria founded the American Academy in Berlin for visiting scholars and together they supported the National Gallery of Art in Washington, the Pierpont Morgan Library, the Frick Collection, Lincoln Center and the New School University.
Imelda, 68, of Mirfield, contacted the Morgan Library and Museum - formerly the Pierpont Morgan - in New York but the news was initially not good.
The PS1,700-a-night Morgan's Vault is carved out of the basement of the 30 James Street home of the Titanic apartment hotel, former headquarters of the White Star Line, which was once owned by the banker John Pierpont Morgan.
I had not known the extent to which Berenson's career was intertwined with that of Roger Fry, that he put money into the Burlington Magazine, which then rejected his first article, that he had hoped to be offered the job of curator of paintings at the Metropolitan Museum, which was given to Fry, and that it was Fry who advised Pierpont Morgan on his acquisitions, not Berenson.
Images, texts, and marginalia in a "Vows of the peacock" manuscript (New York, Pierpont Morgan Library MS G24); with a complete concordance and catalogue of Peacock manuscripts.
Rockefeller, and John Pierpont Morgan all credited cost accounting with major roles in building their businesses.
Pierpont Morgan used the crisis to solidify his stature and flex his political muscle -- lending money to failing companies and governments in exchange for a great deal of control over their future activities, in essence creating a "money trust.
When we wrote in JEBS 2009 that we would be looking for more examples of manuscripts of major Middle English texts written by the scribe we had identified as "Cornhyll," we hardly expected to find another example so soon as this: New York, Pierpont Morgan Library MS M.
Pierpont Morgan, whose name remains central to the financial world today in the modern successor to his firm, JPMorgan Chase