1 folder+ 39 35 mm. slides and 13 glass autochromes
Mixed archival materials
United States of America, Massachusetts, Essex County, Beverly
Eagle Rock (Pride's Crossing, Massachusetts)
Eagle Rock, a 104-room brick "cottage" in the neoclassical style, was set in a romantic, 25-acre landscape. Built in 1904, this house became Henry Clay Frick's summer house. In 1969, tired of maintaining a house Helen Frick considered pretentious, she "carefully demolished" Eagle Rock, sending the billiard room paneling, the car and carriage collection and sections of wrought iron fence to the Frick Art Museum she was building near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
The folder includes worksheets.
Property featured in The Henry Clay Frick Houses by Martha Frick Symington Sanger