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The 1 New York Timesbestseller that traces the rise of the Guggenheims the Goldmans and other families from immigrant poverty to social prominence They immigrated to America from Germany in the nineteenth century with names like Loeb Sachs Seligman Lehman Guggenheim and Goldman From tenements on the Lower East Side to Park Avenue mansions this handful of Jewish families turned small businesses into imposing enterprises and amassed spectacular fortunes But despite possessing breathtaking wealth that rivaled the Astors and Rockefellers they were barred by the gentile establishment from the lofty realm of the 400 a register of New Yorks most elite because of their religion and humble backgrounds In response they created their own elite 100 a privileged society as opulent and exclusive as the one that had refused them entry Our Crowd is the fascinating story of this rarefied society Based on letters documents diary entries and intimate personal remembrances of family lore by members of these most illustrious clans it is an engrossing portrait of upper class Jewish life over two centuries a riveting story of the bankers brokers financiers philanthropists and business tycoons who started with nothing and turned their family names into American institutionsThe 1 New York Timesbestseller that traces the rise of the Guggenheims the Goldmans and other families from immigrant poverty to social prominence They immigrated to America from Germany in the nineteenth century with names like Loeb Sachs Seligman Lehman Guggenheim and Goldman From tenements on the Lower East Side to Park Avenue mansions this handful of Jewish families turned small businesses into imposing enterprises and amassed spectacular fortunes But despite possessing breathtaking wealth that rivaled the Astors and Rockefellers they were barred by the gentile establishment from the lofty realm of the 400 a register of New Yorks most elite because of their religion and humble backgrounds In response they created their own elite 100 a privileged society as opulent and exclusive as the one that had refused them entry Our Crowd is the fascinating story of this rarefied society Based on letters documents diary entries and intimate personal remembrances of family lore by members of these most illustrious clans it is an engrossing portrait of upper class Jewish life over two centuries a riveting story of the bankers brokers financiers philanthropists and business tycoons who started with nothing and turned their family names into American institutionsThe 1 New York Timesbestseller that traces the rise of the Guggenheims the Goldmans and other families from immigrant poverty to social prominence They immigrated to America from Germany in the nineteenth century with names like Loeb Sachs Seligman Lehman Guggenheim and Goldman From tenements on the Lower East Side to Park Avenue mansions this handful of Jewish families turned small businesses into imposing enterprises and amassed spectacular fortunes But despite possessing breathtaking wealth that rivaled the Astors and Rockefellers they were barred by the gentile establishment from the lofty realm of the 400 a register of New Yorks most elite because of their religion and humble backgrounds In response they created their own elite 100 a privileged society as opulent and exclusive as the one that had refused them entry Our Crowd is the fascinating story of this rarefied society Based on letters documents diary entries and intimate personal remembrances of family lore by members of these most illustrious clans it is an engrossing portrait of upper class Jewish life over two centuries a riveting story of the bankers brokers financiers philanthropists and business tycoons who started with nothing and turned their family names into American institutions