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  1. Isaac Vail Brokaw (November 27, 1835 – September 29, 1913) was a pioneer New York City clothing merchant who headed Brokaw Brothers. [1] Early life. He was born on November 27, 1835, in Plainfield, New Jersey, to Simeon Brokaw (1792–1854) and Prudence Vail (1795–1887).

  2. 29 de nov. de 2012 · Isaac Vail Brokaw was a clothing manufacturer with a long pedigree; his family had arrived from France in the 17th century, and his forebears fought in the Revolutionary War. The architects...

  3. 29 de abr. de 2022 · Isaac Vail Brokaw (November 27, 1835 – September 29, 1913) was a pioneer New York City clothing merchant who headed Brokaw Brothers. Early life. He was born in November 27, 1835 in Plainfield, New Jersey to Simeon Brokaw (1792–1854) and Prudence Vail (1795–1887). His siblings included Jemima Vail Brokaw (1824–1838) and ...

  4. Isaac Vail Brokaw died on September 29, 1913, leaving an estate in the neighborhood of $325 million today. Each of the sons received about $4 million plus "a life enjoyment" of their Fifth Avenue residences.

  5. 6 de feb. de 2015 · Built by Isaac Vail Brokaw, a clothing merchant with a rags-to-riches life story, the turreted home was modeled after a 16th-century Loire Valley chateau ... even though it was completed in...

  6. Isaac Vail Brokaw died in 1913, leaving an estate of nearly $12.5 million. Mrs. Brokaw remained in the house which, The Times said, son George “will enjoy for life after the death of his mother.” Brokaw’s daughter, Elvira Brokaw McNair inherited the lot next door at 7 East 79th Street and $250,000 to be used to erect her own residence.

  7. www.nypap.org › preservation-history › brokaw-mansionBrokaw Mansion | NYPAP

    The Brokaw Mansion was built in 1887-1890 by Rose and Stone for Isaac Vail Brokaw, a well known multimillionaire who earned his fortune as a clothing manufacturer.