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Off white linen program with silk stitching in diamond shapes. stamped in green with green leaf border. Program reads: 'Souvenir Program/ The New Opera House "Newport's Own"/ Wednesday Night Christ...

FIC.2013.117
Postcard
1915 – 1930

Postcard with black and white ink drawing of the Georgian room of the Wanton House in Newport, RI. The back contains some information regarding the historical significance of the building.

FIC.2013.116
Postcard
1915 – 1930

Postcard with black and white ink drawing of the garden at the Wanton House in Newport, RI. The back contains some information about the historical significance of the building.

FIC.2013.114
Postcard
1915 – 1930

Postcard with black and white ink drawing of the northwest chamber of the Wanton House in Newport, RI. The back contains some information about the historical significance of the building.

FIC.2013.113
Postcard
1915 – 1930

Postcard with black and white ink drawing of the door of the Wanton House in Newport, RI. The back contains some information about the historical significance of the building.

FIC.2013.112
Postcard
1915 – 1930

Postcard with black and white ink drawing of the Wanton House in Newport, RI. The back has some printed information about the historical significance of the building.

FIC.2013.111
Postcard
1915 – 1930

Postcard with color ink drawing of the Wanton House in Newport, RI. Back has short description of the historical significance of the building.

FIC.2013.108
Postcard
1915 – 1930

Postcard with image of an engraving of Gen. George Washington at Vernon House in Newport, RI.


Brass bell with white rope. Bell from the steamer, General, owned by the Newport and Wickford Railroad and Steamboat Co.


View of ocean, beach and rocky wall, four seagulls in flight on the left and three seagulls flying over ocean to the right. See #42.4; donor is granddaughter of artist.


House on left surrounded by trees; ocean to the right; green lawn; driveway curves around side of house. See 42.4; donor is granddaughter of W.T. Richards; painting was the summer home of artist. O...

72.10.2
Viola
circa 1836

Viola with maker's label inside: Manufactured By/ Peter M. Slocum/ For I. Munro/ Newport R. I./ 1836"

55.4
Furniture, Doll
19th century

Miniature rectangular drop-leaf table, plain, legs have some carving.

01.972
Furniture, Doll
19th century

Wooden armchair, baluster-turned back, stretchers and legs, rush woven eat, white (ivory?). Knob in top middle of back.


Undated woodcut print depicting General Washington being escorted by the Count de Rochambeau to the allied headquarters at the Vernon House on March 6, 1781. The image shows the par walking towards...


Landscape scene depicting two young children in the foreground playing with geese and butterflies in a field. Cows lay on the left side. The middle ground depicts the Old Stone Mill with a man stan...


Postcard with black and white ink drawing of Trinity Church in Newport, RI. Dividing line, place for stamp and postcard are handwritten on the back side in ballpoint pen.


Black and white ink drawing of Gen. George Washington at the State House in Newport, RI, 1781.


Ink drawing of the Colony House in Newport, RI.


A postcard-size print depicting the Colony House. Two trees are visible at foreground, and the steeple of the First Baptist Church is visible in the background. Image is attributed to Edith Ballang...


A China Clipper Drops Anchor in Newport Harbor


Blue and white dish with floral design rim. Image in center of plate is of the Brick Market with ships in the background and people and animals in the foreground. Text at bottom of image 'The Brick...


Pen and ink of old stone mill; two children and geese in foreground; text at bottom of print.

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