Perry Belmont
American politician
Perry Belmont
Perry Belmont was an American politician and diplomat.
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Top 10 – Cele mai înfiorătoare castele din lume - media.IMOPEDIA.ro
Google News - over 5 years
La origini, a fost locuinţa de vară a lui Oliver Hazard Perry Belmont, care a proiectat acest castel cu puternice accente din Franţa renascentistă şi decor gotic, dându-i astfel un aer înfricoşător. Castelul a fost cumpărat, în 1956, de familia Tinney,
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Whitesville rallies by Friendship in 'D' opener - Wellsville Daily Reporter
Google News - almost 6 years
Jake Stefanon went 2-for-3 with a triple and two RBI for Perry. BELMONT — Travis Ely went 3-for-3 and drove in the game-winning run with a single in the bottom of the seventh as No. 7 Genesee Valley advanced to the Class DD quarterfinals with a 7-6
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SUMMER FUN: Area attractions - Fall River Herald News
Google News - almost 6 years
Belcourt Castle, Bellevue Avenue, Newport, RI, a French-style castle built in Louis XIII style, was constructed for Oliver Hazard Perry Belmont and finished in 1894. On display are a collection of art treasures and antiques from all over the world
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Perry B. Duryea, Former Assembly Speaker, Dies at 82
NYTimes - about 13 years
Perry B. Duryea, a Montauk lobsterman who became a commanding figure in New York politics during the 1960's and 1970's, ultimately losing the 1978 race for governor, died on Sunday at Southampton Hospital. He was 82. His son, Perry Duryea III, said Mr. Duryea died about 4:30 p.m. from injuries he suffered in a car accident near his Montauk home
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Corrections
NYTimes - over 13 years
The Streetscapes column on Oct. 26, about the 125th Street subway viaduct, misstated the relationship of Perry Belmont, who made an inspection trip of the line in 1904, and August Belmont, its principal promoter. Perry Belmont was August's brother, not his son.
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Streetscapes/Broadway Between 122nd and 135th Streets; 125th St. Viaduct: Architecture, Engineering or Both?
NYTimes - over 13 years
IS it purely engineering -- or is it significant architecture? Either way, the 125th Street viaduct of the Nos. 1 and 9 Broadway subway line was designated a landmark in 1981 -- although the City Planning Commission later objected that preserving the viaduct would depress the area. Now New York City Transit is halfway through a two-year
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For Historic Cemeteries, New Chapters
NYTimes - over 14 years
TWO of the largest communities in the Bronx and Brooklyn, with 849,000 residents between them, are coping with the challenges faced by any desirable old neighborhood: how to meet demands for a dwindling amount of space; how to design multifamily buildings that cater to modern tastes without disrupting their verdant and historical context; and how
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Streetscapes/9 East 72nd Street; A School's Grand House That Could Be Private Again
NYTimes - about 16 years
FREQUENTLY when institutions take over private houses, their renovations so change the original interiors that later buyers face great hurdles in recapturing the buildings for residential occupancy. But since 1964, when the Lycee Francais took over the 1896 Henry Sloane House, the school's alterations have been surprisingly benign -- raising the
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ON THE ROAD; Pocket-Size Providence, Built of Hope
NYTimes - almost 19 years
Lord Bryce, the English traveler, suggested that Providence might become the first American city-state. That never quite happened, but the city's name is embedded in the state's official title, Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, and it's hard to separate them. Neither is big. The state, covering 1,214 square miles, is the nation's smallest; a
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Making Mahler Loved in France
NYTimes - over 27 years
LEAD: Who invented Gustav Mahler? During the last 25 years or so, most musicians would say Leonard Bernstein, who started a Mahler binge in the 1960's and has shown no signs of letting up. But close on his heels has been Henry-Louis de la Grange, who became hypnotized by the composer around the same time. Who invented Gustav Mahler? During the last
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UMBRELLAS: DRENCHED IN HISTORY
NYTimes - almost 36 years
-------------------------------------------------------------------- Cathy Silver is a freelance writer who never leaves town without an umbrella. By CATHY SILVER THE umbrella - an everyday object we take totally for granted - was once castigated as sacrilegious and caused a near-riot in its American debut. Although today's status-seekers find
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Timeline
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    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1947
    Age 95
    Belmont died in Newport, Rhode Island on May 25, 1947 (age 95 years, 148 days).
    More Details Hide Details He is interred along with his parents and his brother August Belmont, Jr. in the Belmont family plot in the Island Cemetery in Newport. His former home in Washington, D.C., became the International Temple for the Order of the Eastern Star.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1851
    Born
    Belmont was born on December 28, 1851 in New York City, the son of Caroline Slidell (née Perry) and August Belmont.
    More Details Hide Details His maternal grandfather was Commodore Matthew C. Perry.
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