22 Object Results

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A brochure containing driving maps of Rhode Island and surrounding New England States, Newport's Ocean Drive (Ocean Avenue), and Aquidneck Island with adjacent cities. Produced for the Mount Hope B...


A promotional brochure produced for The Short Line bus company, including a general map of Newport, a map of Ocean Drive (Ocean Avenue), and short descriptions of recreational activities and points...

FIC.2013.48
Map
September 11 1907

A street and property map showing "Proposed Change in Roads for/O.H.P. Belmont Esq." Stamped "Wm. H. Lawton/CIVIL ENGINEER/SEP 11 1907/NEWPORT, R.I.". Associated with other documents regarding the ...


Large scale map of the Common Burying Ground in Newport, RI. Map shows locations of graves with notation of person's name. It is split into a reference grid.


A hand-drawn map depicting the layout of Hanging Rock Avenue (Middletown, Rhode Island) at the time of its construction in 1883. Includes depictions of adjacent roads, natural features, and propert...


Copy of a map of the area around Sachuest Beach (Second Beach) in Middletown, based on drawing by John Mumford in 1716. Notation on map reads: "A Plot taken from one Drawn by John Mumford July 26 1...

FIC.2015.006
Map
November 30 1867

Watercolor painting mapping out a plan for landscaping in Cherry Neck. A large compass is drawn in the upper left. The inscription at the bottom gives the area of each property lot on the map in ac...


"Road map of Island of Rhode Island or Aquidneck" - "Surveyed and published by Charles E. Hammett, Jr."
Road map of Aquidneck Island and Jamestown, Newport, Middletown, and Portsmouth. Has a ...


Map of the East Passage (Narragansett Bay) and surrounding area, including Conanicut Island, Newport, Dutch Island, and Rose Island. From "American Coast Pilot," 11th edition, 1827, page 92.


An engraved map entitled: "A Map of Part of Rhode Island Shewing the Positions of the American and British Armies at the Siege of Newport, and the subsequent Action on the 29th of August 1778." Dra...

2009.8
map
circa 1790

A map indicating the proximity of Quaker communities to the Great Friends Meeting House in Newport, home of the New England Yearly Meeting at the time the map was created. The tentative date of the...


A hand-drawn map of midwestern "territories" in North America (now United States), 1785. Map was drawn by Pierse Long of New Hampshire, and includes illustrations of the boundaries of Pennsylvania,...


Map of New York City, approximately 1780s. Map shows primarily Brooklyn and Manhattan. Roads and slips are labeled. There is a key in the top left corner identified several buildings numbered on th...


Map of Newport shows layout of Newport and Goat Island with wharves and streets. Black frame. Surveyed by Charles Blaskowitz; engraved and published by William Faden, Charing Cross, Sept. 1, 1777.

2000.43.6
Map
April 24 1776

'A Plan of The Town of Newport in the Province of Rhode island' includes 14 wharves, 21 public buildings and 52 streets. The scale if of 4000 feet. Plan encased in plain wood frame,


Map of Daniel Gould's farm in Middletown; includes a listing of abutters and depictions of individual trees, a grave, a corn crib, and a spring that "never dries". This property descended through t...


Map of lots of Easton's Point

74.17.1a
Map (document)
1714 – 1725

Map of lots owned by the Quaker Proprietors of Easton's Point.

2006.8
map
circa 1712

Handwritten map of the Town of Newport drawn by John Mumford. Text at top left reads: "Copy of a Draught of the Town of Newport/Taken and drawn By John Mumford Jan 3rd 1712/13". Map features severa...


A framed map depicting New England and New York, 1676. Originally drawn by John Speed in England; printed in England. Includes drawings of native North American animals, names of local Indian tribe...


Map of main islands of Rhode Island bordering Narragansett Bay mounted on fabric.


Topical map of Newport, RI with points of interest marked and illustrated. Some locations are marked with information about the historical significance. The border of the map included depictions of...

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