|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.