This photo was submitted by JH. He writes: "Together with Andrew Carnegie, Henry Clay Frick, the King of Coke, were two of the most famous/infamous barons of the Gilded Age. Frick's Pittsburgh estate, Clayton, is now an amazing house museum with much original artwork from his early collecting period. And the fee for touring the mansion is reasonable, too. Highly recommended. There's also a Car and Carriage museum, built some 20yrs ago, that contains Frick's 1914 Rolls and his daughter Helen's 1931 Lincoln Sport Phaeton, along with many other cars with Pittsburgh histories, like the (HJ) Heinz family's 1898 Panhard. And admission to that is free, as is the on-site art museum!"