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[Eugene Meyer's Seven Springs Estate, Mount Kisco, New York]

[Eugene Meyer's Seven Springs Estate, Mount Kisco, New York]

 
 
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Title: [Eugene Meyer's Seven Springs Estate, Mount Kisco, New York]..Creator: Richie, Robert Yarnall, 1908-1984..Date: ca. 1932-1934..Part of: Robert Yarnall Richie photograph collection..Place: Mount Kisco, Westchester County, New York..Description: Seven Springs was designed by Charles A. Platt and built ca. 1918 for Eugene Meyer (1875-1959), who was chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System from 1930 to 1933 and in 1933 purchased the Washington Post, serving as its publisher until 1946. Donald Trump acquired Seven Springs in 1994 and in 2011 received approval to develop the 230-acre property...Physical Description: 1 negative: film, black and white; 12.5 x 17.8 cm..File: ag1982_0234_0208_01_eugenemeyer_sm_opt.jpg.ryr/id/2168/ryr/id/2168 ) ..Robert Yarnall Richie Photograph Collection:

Robert Yarnall Richie (1908-1984) worked as a free-lance commercial and industrial photographer for many large corporations including those in the automobile, aviation, chemical, mining, petroleum, railroad, shipping, steel and other industries, both in the U.S. and overseas. The collection, held by Southern Methodist University's DeGolyer Library, contains corporate and industrial photographs made by Richie from 1932-1975. Southern Methodist University's Central University Libraries (CUL) Digital Collections includes the digital libraries and online digital collections from the six Central University Libraries. Our ongoing projects include the creation of digital collections of Mexican photographs, locomotives, Texas history, art, and currency notes, and more.

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