Inside The Frick’s Secret Rooms

Gothamist.com’s Inside The Frick’s Secret Rooms takes a tour of Henry Clay Frick‘s East 70th Street mansion in New York City. Frick was an American industrialist and was noted for financing the construction of the Pennsylvania Railroad and the Reading Company.  The home was designed by Thomas Hastings and was constructed in 1913. It was altered by John Russell Pope to ready it for use as a public institution in the 1930s.

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