The Morgan Library was originally converted into a public institution by J. P. Morgan, Jr. in 1924 in memory of his father, Piermont Morgan. Highlights of the extensive Morgan library include the Gutenberg bible, and original Mozart and Beethoven manuscripts. The museum presents an intricate history of the Morgan family and the Gilded Age.

Converted, 1924
Renovation, 2006

Related People
J.P. Morgan,Founder