The R. Fulton Cutting residence designed by Ernest Flagg c. 1898 at 24 East 67th Street at the corner of Madison Avenue in New York City. Cutting was chairman of the Citizens' Union, a prominent reform organization, click HERE to see their 1901 campaign book. Cutting died in 1919 and in 1922 the home was substantially altered to provide for stores on the lower floors and apartments above. The September 1922 Evening Telegram stated that the house was "the scene of some of the most notable incidents in the fashionable life of New York". The Cutting family subsequently moved further uptown. I do not believe the altered building to be extant.