Henry William Poor house, originally the Cyrus W. Field residence at 1 Lexington Avenue in New York City. When Poor acquired the house he hired friend Stanford White of McKim, Mead & White to completely redesign the interiors (White left the exterior untouched). Poor and his father founded H.V. & H.W. Poor, early predecessor to Standard & Poor's. In 1909 the contents of the house were auctioned off and some of the notable names present during the sale were Grosvenor Atterbury, Duveen Brothers and James Gamble Rogers. Atterbury paid $3,100 for a fifteenth century French tapestry, the Duveen's bought a Gothic fifteenth century tapestry titled "The Visit of the Magi" for $7,500 and Rogers paid $1,700 for a Flemish sixteenth century tapestry. In 1910 the house was demolished and replaced with a twelve story co-op designed by Herbert Lucas. Click HERE to see 1 Lexington Avenue on google street view.