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Lady on the Hill Lib/E|Mirron Willis
Lady on the Hill Lib/E : How Biltmore Estate Became an American Icon
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Overview

This is the story of Biltmore Estate's transformation from a financial drain for George Vanderbilt and his heirs -- banker David Rockefeller called it aa white elephant -- into an unparalled example of private preservation and the most important working asset of the western North Carolina travel industry. No one gave Biltmore's future a chance, but George Vanderbilt's grandson, William A. V. Cecil, persevered over thirty-five years, and his determination, creativity and vision produced an enterprise whose profits he used to preserve his patrimony.

Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781665193467
  • ISBN-10: 1665193468
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio
  • Publish Date: July 2020

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