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The Frick Collection, one of the city’s exquisite treasure troves, is having an "Autumn Dinner" on Monday honoring Charlie Rose of your TV set and mine. Almost 300 guests are expected, including the museum’s Fellows and Young Fellows and so many of the people you know and love, like Amanda Burden, whom Charlie Rose knows and loves, Anne Cox Chambers, sculptor Bessie Strong-de Cuvas, Helen Clay Chase (she’s a Frick) and Martha Loring, who is not only a Frick but a Young Fellow to boot.

Need you be reminded that the Frick Collection was once the magnificent private home of titan Henry Clay Frick, who made his fortune in steel and oil and was nice enough to leave his glorious house on Fifth Avenue to the public when he died.
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