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Black and white photograph of the Chesebrough/Champlin House on Mary Street. House was demolished. Photo shows the front facade of the building as the site of the Y.M.C.A. Reverse of photo has st...

Ink drawing depicting "Tomini Hill" (also know as Miantonomi Hill) with a stone medieval looking tower at the top. Downtown Newport and the Newport Harbor are in the distant background. Farmland co...

Ink drawing of Tomini Hill, looking south.

October 20 1924

Navy blue U.S. military jacket dated to 1924. Possibly U.S. Marine Corps based on button insignia. 5 large gold buttons down center front. One smaller gold button on each epaulet. 2 large flap fron...

Photograph of the north side of Mill Street, looking west from Division Street towards Spring Street. From the right, 70 Mill Street, 62 Mill Street, and the Wilbour HouseĀ at 166 Spring Street are ...

circa 1915

A black and white postcard depicting an illustration of Easton's Beach. c. 1850. At forground, a man and woman stand on a cliff overlooking the water. On the shore, several people, carriages, and...

D385 AB
circa 1860

Yellow and gray shot taffeta, figured evening dresa. Bodice and skirt separate. Belonged to Catherine Malbone.

White, handmade baby's slip. Straps with buttons closure at top. Small tiered detail near bottom of the skirt.

Mans' black wool waistcoat with black velvet collar, red wool pattern sewn on to ends of collar, red wool cuffs, geometric design of gold braid on arms, blue sash with tassles hanging from right sh...

A photograph of the Governor's Chamber at the Colony House. A chandelier is located at center; a podium is visible at left, and desks and chairs are seen throughout. Gilbert Stuart's portrait of ...

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