[Mrs. August Belmont with her son, August Jr. in a carriage by their home "By-The-Sea" in Newport.]
[Mrs. W. Rogers Morgen and her mother in Newport.]
852 Fifth Ave. & 66th St. [The Residence of Mrs. H. O. Havemeyer.]
[Charles F. Havemeyer in a coach in Central Park.]
[August Belmont, Jr. and his wife Bessie Morgan Belmont with Mr. and Mrs. Oliver W. Bird.]
[Starting Out on His Mettle.]
[Coming in "On His Ear."]
Starting Out On His Mettle.
[August Belmont, Jr. driving a carriage with his wife Eleanor Robson Belmont, and their son August Belmont III and his wife Alice W. de Goicouria, through the gates of their Newport home "By-the-sea".
[Carriage designed and built for Mrs. J. F. Schenck.]
[Winston Churchill walking to a carriage.]
Interiors, Theodore Havemeyer House, Hall.
Street Scenes. Fifth Avenue, Northeast Corner of 66th Street (Res. of Mrs H.O. Havemeyer), About 1901. 1 East 66th Street.
Coming in "On His Ear."
A "Stopping Place" on the Road.
A Poultry Show on the Road.
[Mr. Jones and the new cook caught in a storm.]