Forty-eight pages of photographs, by Slim Aarons, Jerome Zerbe and others, can be found in groups following pages 88, 248, and 408.
THE "FOUR HUNDRED" Front endpaper
COATS OF ARMS Back endpaper
I. SOCIETY -- From the First Settlers to the International Setters3
II. ARISTOCRACY -- From Codfish to Coats of Arms59
III. CELEBRITY -- The Arbiters Are Biting: From Gibson Girl to Glamour Girl107
IV. SOCIAL SECURITY -- Clubs and Titles: From the Union Suit to the Windsor Knot189
V. NEW ENGLAND AND THE OLD SOUTH -- From Cabots, Lowells and Adamses to Byrds, Randolphs and Lees249
VI. NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA AND POINTS WEST -- From Roosevelts, Du Ponts and Biddles to Ryans, Mellons and Phippses314
VII. MIDWEST, SOUTHWEST AND FAR WEST -- From Rocke- fellers, McCormicks and Fields to Big Fours and Little Fours368
VIII. FULL CYCLE - From Jewish Grand Dukes Back to Astors, Vanderbilts and Whitneys and the Last of the Firsts442


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