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Aerial view of Newport Harbor, showing a number of wharves, including Commercial wharf, Hammett's wharf, Bowen's wharf, and the Ann street pier.


Aerial photograph of Bonniecrest, captured over Brenton Cove. A number of residential developments, recent at the time of capture, are also pictured. 


Aerial photograph of Bonniecrest, looking out over Brenton Cove. A number of residential developments, recent at the time of capture, are also pictured. 


Aerial view of Newport Harbor, showing Goat Island, Fort Adams, the Newport Bridge, and Jamestown. 


Aerial photograph of Bonniecrest, and the construction of a real estate development adjacent to the property.


Aerial photograph of Bonniecrest, depicting the property overlooking Brenton Cove. The image highlights the landscape architecture surrounding the property. 


Aerial photograph of Bonniecrest, depicting the property overlooking Brenton Cove. The image highlights the landscape architecture surrounding the property. 


Aerial photograph of Bonniecrest, depicting the property overlooking Brenton Cove.


Photograph of Merrillton Mansion on Bowery Street in Newport, R.I. The image shows the property flanked by an aged beech tree. 


Photograph of Wildacre, on Ocean Avenue, designed by Irving Gill in 1901 for Albert Olmstead, stepbrother of Frederick Law Olmsted. This image originally appeared in volume 53 issue 179 of the Jour...


Photograph of a beech tree at Vinland. This is one remaining beech tree of two, moved from Long Island to Newport by Miss Wolfe, whose estate, Vinland, later became the Twombly's and is now part of...


Photograph of a paper birch tree on the grounds of Merrillton in Newport, R.I. 


Photograph of Wildacre, an estate on Ocean Drive in Newport, R.I. The image shows a portion of the gardens, including a decorative pagoda statue, and a seating area shaded by a thatch umbrella. Thi...


Photograph of construction work on Great Friends Meeting House, corner of Farewell and Marlborough.  


Photographic print of a John Hopf aerial showing the entirety of Aquidneck Island. Jamestown and Tiverton are also partially in view. 


Aerial view, showing Fort Adams.


Photographic print of the Pitt's Head Tavern at 77 Bridge Street. The photograph shows the south-east room of the third floor, highlighting the line of the former gable roof (pre-1818). 


Photographic print of the Pitt's Head Tavern at 77 Bridge Street. The photograph shows the south-east room of the third floor, highlighting the line of the former gable roof (pre-1818). 


Group photograph of the 30th anniversary gathering of the Mosaic Club at the Hotel Viking. Doris Bacheller is third up from the right.


Photographic prints of the Thames Street Model, which was created by Newport's Redevelopment Agency in 1965 to showcase their waterfront redevelopment plans.  


Photographic print of Fairlawn, or the present-day Pell Center at Salve Regina, originally constructed in 1852 for Andrew Ritchie. 


Photographic print of the Bliss House at 2 Wilbur Street. The photograph shows the front and side facades of the house, including the stone-end facade of the interior chimney, built into the wood p...


View of facade of Mid Cliff with stone and shingles covered in ivy. Mid Cliff was built in 1886 for Miss Caroline Ogden Jones with her half brother, Mr. Louis B. McCagg. Man in front mowing lawn.


A photograph of U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower golfing at the Newport Country Club. Several people can be seen standing behind the President, including a man with a "Press" badge.


An overlook of the city of Newport, taken from Calvert School on Broadway looking southwest. 


Copy photograph produced by John T. Hopf of a group of seven negatives showing the interior of Chetwode. 


Aerial view of Goat Island and Long Wharf. A tall ship is seen moored on Goat Island. 


A view of several fishing boats in Newport Harbor, tied to Bowen's Wharf. 


An ariel view of America's Cup Avenue, which features landmarks such as Cardines field, the Newport Yacht Club, and the Long Wharf.

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