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A photograph of stairs and railings from a second floor hall at the Hunter House. A religious statue is visible on a landing at center; photograph was most likely taken when the house served as a c...


Photograph depicts a raised view of Trinity Church, showing the roof and a portion of the spire. Telephone wires run alongside the building. In the background, a number of neighboring properties ar...

P10096
Photographic print
September 2 1949

Photographic print of an unidentified lithograph of Kingscote, showing the exterior of the property and its surrounds.

P10098
Photographic print
August 23 1949

Photographic print of the morning room of Chateau-sur-mer.


A photograph of the entrance to the Bancroft House, Middletown. Features include decorative shingles, latticework, a ribbed overahang, and a staircase.

P4607
Photographic print
February 27 1947

Photographic print of a Rogers High School class, with a view of the classroom taken from behind the teacher's desk. 


Photograph by William King Covell of the spire of Trinity church, as seen from Frank Street.

P4374
Print, Photographic
circa 1885 – 1890

A photograph of the White Horse Tavern (Jonathan Nichols House), located at the corner of Farewell and Marlborough Streets. A fire hydrant is visible at foreground; a woman walking on a sidewalk is...


A photograph of Villino, a house located on Red Cross Avenue. Features include a shingled exterior and a turret with a conical roof. Large bushes and a tree surround the house at foreground.


A photograph of the interior of Trinity Church, looking towards the pulpit and altar. Pews are visible at foreground at left and right. Stamp on reverse reads: "PHOTOGRAPH BY/WM. KING COVELL/NEWPOR...

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