Stanford White

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Noun1.Stanford White - United States architect (1853-1906)
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trials (Julius and Ethel Rosenberg or Rodney King); tabloid trials (the Stanford White murder or Jeffrey Dahmer); celebrity trials (O.
Owned by talk show host and author Dick Cavett, the property has been part of Hamptons and Montauk lore for 135 years, when it was first built by the infamous Stanford White as one of the "Seven Sisters" of shingled homes known as the Montauk Association.
Thus, the first case--the 1906 murder in New York's Madison Square Garden of famed architect Stanford White by Pittsburgh millionaire Harry Kendall Thaw over the affections of White's wife and Thaw's former girlfriend, actress Evelyn Nesbit--had all of the elements necessary for the "yellow journalism" media fronted by William Randolph Hearst and Joseph Pulitzer, to dub this "the crime of the century," even though the century was only six years old.
Citing AmericansAE addiction to violent crime--itAEs in the genes--father and daughter, Mark and Aryn, lawyer and sociologist, respectively, selected a sensational murder trial for each decade of the twentieth century beginning with architect Stanford White and ending with O.
Why choose Richard Watson Gilder, Stanford White, Josephine Shaw Lowell, Jacob Schiff, and Lillian Wald as primary reformers?
16--is a crime drama of sorts, recounting the 1906 slaying of eminent New York architect Stanford White by Thaw, an unhinged tycoon jealous of White's relationship with his wife, teen starlet Evelyn Nesbit.
Madison Square Tragedy: The Murder of Stanford White.
One of Diegos most prized frames is an original by the late New York architect and frame designer Stanford White.
The Architecture of McKim, Mead, and White 1879-1915 gathers black-and-white reproductions of plans, elevations, and details of works by the well-known architectural firm led by Charles Follen McKim, William Rutherford Mead, and Stanford White, known for creating some of the most beloved and memorable buildings in America.
On one occasion, she and her father enter the front hall after a day tending to their tenants and her father's groundskeeping duties, and pass a marble plaque that reads: "in memoriam, Stanford White, architect and friend.
Del Nunzio is famously handling the most expensive listing in the city, the Upper East Side's Woolworth mansion, priced at $90 million, as well as the nearby Stanford White mansion, priced at $49 million.

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