Writing: Marylynne Pitz
Script: Laura Malt Schneiderman
Design: Dan Marsula
Photography: Modern-day photos of the mansion exterior and rooms: Julia Rendleman. Many historic images and images of objects inside the mansion courtesy of The Frick Collection/Frick Art Reference Library Archives in New York and the Frick Art & Historical Center in Pittsburgh. Other photo credits as noted.
Online implementation: Laura Malt Schneiderman, Zachary Tanner
Audio mixing: Laura Malt Schneiderman
The Frick Collection/Frick Art Reference Library Archives and Associate Archivist Julie Ludwig and the Frick Art & Historical Center and Director of Education Amanda Dunyak Gillen, for many images, research and insight.
Miss Frick: Clarece Polke · Kitty McCook: Rebecca Droke · Mr. Frick: Daniel Majors ·
Mrs. Frick: Virginia Kopas Joe · Miss Coyne: Samantha Bennett
"Helen Clay Frick: Bittersweet Heiress" by Martha Frick Symington Sanger, University of Pittsburgh Press, 2008
"Savory Suppers & Fashionable Feasts" by Susan Williams, Pantheon, 1985
"The Social Mirror: a character sketch of the women of Pittsburg and vicinity during the first century of the country's existence, society of to-day" by Adelaide Mellier Nevin, T.W. Nevin, 1888
"An Auspicious Debut" by Charlene Campbell, "Shady Ave" magazine, Holiday 2007
"Etiquette Twentieth Century: and Up-to-Date Book for Polite Society" by Annie Randall White, 1900
"The New York Social Season," by Evangeline Holland, April 13, 2009 http://www.edwardianpromenade.com/new-york-city/the-new-york-social-season/
"The Frick Mansion: 5th Avenue and 70th Street," American Experience, PBS, http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/amex/carnegie/gallery/frickman.html
"Henry Clay Frick: Blood Pact," by William S. Dietrich II, "Pittsburgh Quarterly," Spring 2009 http://www.pittsburghquarterly.com/index.php/Historic-Profiles/article-template.html
"Daughter of Her Father-I," July 15, 1939, and "Daughter of Her Father-II," July 22, 1939, by John McCarten, "New Yorker" magazine
The pieces used in this interactive were popular dance tunes in 1908.
"First Heart Throbs" composed by Richard Ellenberg
"Artist's Life" composed by Johann Strauss II
"Merry Widow Waltz" composed by Franz Lehar