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2012.39.2
viewbook
after 1930

A mailable souvenir envelope of color postcard-size images. Title of envelope is "Greetings From/NEWPORT, R.I./and/U.S. NAVAL/TRAINING STATION." A brief history of Newport and the U.S. Naval Traini...


A photograph of a man, most likely Michael J. Smith, with a dog. The pair is standing in front of the M.J. Smith Automobile and Carriage Painting garage on Middleton Avenue.


A photograph of two gentlemen in an automobile in an unidentified location. Two nearly identical houses with mansard roofs are visible in the background. Image is a fragment from a scrapbook once...


A photograph of two women seated on the sand at Easton's Beach; both are wearing bathing costumes. Caption reads: "On the Beach/Newport." Image is a fragment from a scrapbook once owned by France...


A photograph of two women in bathing costumes standing on Easton's Beach. A structure is visible in the background. Caption on scrapbook page reads: "On the Beach/Newport R.I." Image is a fragme...


A group of men, women, and a boy "On [the] steps of [the] Mumford Cottage," School Street. Donor believes that the house shown was a boarding house where her grandmother, Frances Weiss (Smith), liv...


A photograph of the "Mumford Cottage," a house located at 41 School Street. Caption on scrapbook page reads: "Mumford Cottage/41 School Street Newport R.I." Donor believes that the house shown wa...


A photograph of a man and three women leaning on a porch railing at an inidentified building. Image is a fragment from a scrapbook once owned by Frances Weiss Smith.


A photograph of two women standing under a trellis covered with leaves. Image is a fragment from a scrapbook once owned by Frances Weiss Smith. One of the women in the photo (left) may possibly b...


A photograph of a man driving an automobile; three women are seated behind him. A building with a sign reading "AUTOMOBILES/POPE MFG. CO. GARAGE" is visible in the background. As of 1905, the loc...


A photograph of two women standing beside a pile of debris in a residential neighborhood. Three buildings are visible in the background. Image is a fragment from a scrapbook once owned by Frances...


A photograph of four women standing in Touro Park near the Channing Monument. Image is a fragment from a scrapbook once owned by Frances Weiss Smith.


Two young women posing near a railing in an outdoor setting. Chairs and a building are visible in the background. Image is a fragment from a scrapbook once owned by Frances Weiss Smith. Appears ...


A photograph of a man and a woman seated at a small table in an outdoor setting. Image is a fragment from a scrapbook once owned by Frances Weiss Smith. Appears to be the same location as P9110; ...


A photograph of a man and a woman (most likely Michael J. Smith and Frances Weiss Smith) standing in an area filled with vegetation. Image is most likely from a scrapbook once owned by Frances Wei...


A photograph of a group posed in front of a wooden building with a gable roof. A ladder is visible to the right. Possibly an alternate view of P9107. Bottom half of photograph is black. Image i...


A photograph of a group posing under a tent at an unidentfied coastal location. Sea grass and sand is visible at foreground; a building with a gable roof is situated behind the tent. Image is a f...


A photograph of five women and one man posed on the sand at an unidentifed beach, possibly Easton's Beach. An area with benches covered by a narrow roof is visible in the background. Image is a fr...

2012.39.1
invoice
after 1900

A blank invoice sheet for Michael J. Smith's carriage and automobile painting shop at 22 Middleton Avenue. The business telephone number is listed as "2052."

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