|Very few portraits of J.P. Morgan exist, and what few there are, seldom|
are very flattering. Above, Puck magazine in 1911 characterized and caricaturized
Morgan's overwhelming financial influence over the U.S. economy.
|One of THREE |
Gutenberg Bibles on display
at the J.P. Morgan Library
|The J.P. Morgan mansion on Madison|
Ave. and 36th Street in New York,
torn down to make room for the library's
first annex, 1924.
|McKim's 1906 architectural drawing for Morgan's library.|
|The Pierpont Morgan Museum and Library today with its various wings and additions, the latest by famed architect, Renzo Piano (central area). The original library is at lower right.|