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Collection of the late Edith Rockefeller McCormick

Edith Rockefeller McCormick

Collection of the late Edith Rockefeller McCormick

laces, jewelry, furs, French and English silver, French furniture, tapestries and rugs, Chinese art

by Edith Rockefeller McCormick

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Published by American Art Association, Anderson Galleries, inc. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • McCormick, Edith Rockefeller, -- 1872-1932 -- Art collections -- Catalogs,
  • Decorative arts -- Private collections -- Catalogs.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCollection of Mrs. Rockefeller McCormick
    Statementsold by order of the Chicago Title and Trust Company, executor.
    GenreCatalogs, Catalogs.
    ContributionsAmerican Art Association, Anderson Galleries (Firm)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination281 p. :
    Number of Pages281
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19025316M

    Edith Rockefeller McCormick (Aug – Aug ) was an American socialite and opera patron.. Early life. Edith was born on Aug at her parents' home in Cleveland, was the fourth daughter of schoolteacher Laura Celestia "Cettie" Spelman (–) and Standard Oil co-founder John Davison brother was John Davison Rockefeller Jr. (–).   One of the most important collection of emeralds ever assembled in one jewel has to be those of the Grand Duchess Vladimir of Russia. Aunt by marriage to Tsar Nicholas II, she set up a rival court in St. Petersburg at the beginning of the 20th century, as the Tsar and his wife shielded themselves from public life as the haemophiliac condition of their only son Alexis began to take its toll on.

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Edith Rockefeller was the daughter of Standard Oil tycoon John D Rockefeller, and older sister of John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Her relationship with her father was tempestuous at best, as her extravagance and exuberance were at odds with his own, frugal, abstemious ways.

Edith married Harold Fowler McCormick, a son of mechanical reaper inventor. American socialite and opera patron. Born the 4th daughter of the Standard Oil tycoon, John eller, she showed from an early age she was a true original. She played the cello, and learned to speak several languages.

At 23, she married Harold Fowler McCormick, heir to the McCormick fortune. Edith spent her money. Lake Shore Dr. Chicago residence for Edith Rockefeller McCormick—and for a time–Harold.

By the time Edith had finished doing up the already imposing house, it resembled a grand palace set in a French-style park. Today, several hundred people, living in two high-rises, occupy the space.

Harold and Edith with Jack and Fowler in Stanley McCormick was born November 2,in a house on the near west side at Fulton and Sheldon (now Loomis) streets where his parents, Cyrus and Nettie Fowler McCormick.

Edith's death from breast cancer three years later was mourned by thousands of Chicagoans."-Via Wikipedia: "On Novemshe married Harold Fowler McCormick from Chicago, a son of Nancy Fowler and Cyrus Hall McCormick, the inventor of the mechanical reaper. The library of the late Edith Rockefeller McCormick: first and other editions of John Ruskin, superbly bound by the Doves Bindery, first editions of Charles Lamb and books with his autograph notes, Histoire du Saint Graal,Le pastissier francois,an illuminated ms.

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The manuscript was acquired by Goodspeed's colleague Harold R. Willoughby on behalf of Mrs. Edith Rockefeller McCormick, who made it available on loan for study by the New Testament Department.

Four years after its arrival in Chicago, a three-volume facsimile edition of the manuscript, edited by Goodspeed and colleagues, was published by the.

His father, Harold Fowler McCormick, was the younger son of Cyrus McCormick, and his mother was the former Edith Rockefeller, daughter of John D. Rockefeller Sr., heiress to .Once upon a time, there was a princess named Edith and a prince named Harold. They were married in and that was the beginning of an unhappy tale.

Edith was from the kingdom of Rockefeller, the daughter of oil king John D. Harold sprang from the McCormick empire, his father, Cyrus, had devised a thing called the reaper.Michael Tauber & Company, Chicago & American Art Association, Anderson Galleries, New York, Contents of the residences of the late Edith Rockefeller McCormick at Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Ill., and Villa Turicum, Lake Forest, Ill: French furniture and other furnishings, books, linens and laces, porcelains, silver and other objects; also a.