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Framed photograph of J. Allen Boone. White hair, he wears a grey suit with a black tie.

Pair of matching round, medium blue buttons; printed white logo: snowflake, Newport/Winter Festival/Jan. 26-Feb. 4/1996/A Better Idea! 401-841-5646; straight pin fastener on back.

Pair of matching round, dark blue souvenir buttons; printed white. Logo: alarm clock, stars, Opening Night '96, Newport, RI; straight pin fastener on back.

Round pin with imprinted paper: "Celebrate Coronet/IYRS" and a line drawing of the "Coronet". Paper is supported by a metal disc, overlaid with clear plastic. Souvenir of yacht "Coronet" when it w...

Pin, Promotional
October 18 1992

Yellow commemorative pin, "Jamestown Verrazzano Bridge, October, 1992" inscribed around edge. Cartoon in center shows bridge and 'Walk/Don't Walk'" sign. Caption reads, "I Walked The Bridge". Th...

Ceramic, commercially made mug, glazed white with decal overglaze of blue tall ships logo and, in red, "Tall Ships, Newport, 1992".

Traffic Sign
1969 – 1992

Black and white reflective sign angled in at bottom, reads "Stop Pay Toll". From the Newport Bridge,

Traffic Sign
1969 – 1992

Road sign reading "Speed Limit 40". From the Newport Bridge.

Traffic Sign
1969 – 1992

Metal rectangular sign with Newport Bridge logo and arrow to direct traffic. Black, blue and white road sign. Referred to as trail markers.

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Sugar Bowl
20th century

Beige glaze sugar bowl with handle on side and matching cover. Stout and round in shape. Marked on the bottom with "51.26.20." From the Wanton-Lyman-Hazard house.

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