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A glass plate negative depicting the Kathrine Prescott Wormeley House, located at the corner of Old Beach Road and Red Cross Avenue. Features include cross gables, dormers, striped awnings, and an...


A matted photograph of the staircase in the entry at Champlin House. Photograph is part of Charles McKim's portfolio of 17th and 18th century Newport architecture and scenes.


A matted photograph depicting the entry hall of the Brenton/Coe House. Photograph is part of Charles McKim's portfolio of 17th and 18th century Newport architecture and scenes.


A matted photograph depicting the doorway of the Taylor House on Thames Street. Photograph is part of Charles McKim's portfolio of 17th and 18th century Newport architecture and scenes.


A photograph depicting houses and shops on the south side of Bridge Street. Photograph is part of Charles McKim's portfolio of 17th and 18th century Newport architecture and scenes.


A matted photograph of Dudley House at One Mile Corner. The house is attributed to Peter Harrison. Photograph is part of Charles McKim's portfolio of 17th and 18th century Newport architecture and...


A matted photograph of the Nichols House, now the White Horse Tavern, at the corner of Farewell and Marlborough Streets. Photograph is part of Charles McKim's portfolio of 17th and 18th century New...


A matted photograph of Governor Wanton's House located on Thames Street at Swan Wharf. Photograph is part of Charles McKim's portfolio of 17th and 18th century Newport architecture and scenes.


A matted photograph of the Vernon House located on the northeast corner of Clarke and Mary Streets. Photograph is part of Charles McKim's portfolio of 17th and 18th century Newport architecture and...


A matted photograph of the Trinity Church Chapel, located on School and Mary Streets. Photograph is part of Charles McKim's portfolio of 17th and 18th century Newport architecture and scenes.


A matted photograph depicting Rhode Island's "Charter Chair" (once owned by Rhode Island Governor Benedict Arnold) and an original Rhode Island Colony flag. Photograph is part of Charles McKim's p...


A matted photograph of the Seventh Day Baptist Meeting House. Photograph is part of Charles McKim's portfolio of 17th and 18th century Newport architecture and scenes.


A matted photograph of the Old Stone Mill in Touro Park. Photograph is part of Charles McKim's portfolio of 17th and 18th century Newport architecture and scenes.


A matted photograph of Whitehall, or the Bishop Berkeley House. Photograph is part of Charles McKim’s portfolio of 17th and 18th century Newport architecture and scenes.


A matted photograph depicting the Dunbar House, located behind the Colony House (seen in background) on Spring Street. A set of broadsides advertising a concert are visible on a fence at right. Pho...


A matted photograph of the Bull House, located on Spring Street. Photograph is part of Charles McKim's portfolio of 17th and 18th century Newport architecture and scenes. Mat has a handwritten numb...


A matted photograph of the Jeremy Clarke House (also called the Sueton Grant or Dr. Atkinson House), located on Thames Street. Photograph is part of Charles McKim's portfolio of 17th and 18th cent...


A matted photograph depicting a chest of drawers near a staircase. A tray and an open book are visible on top of the chest. Image is part of Charles McKim's photographic portfolio of 17th and 18t...


A matted photograph depicting a sideboard with a vase, a bowl, a pitcher, and other objects. Image is part of Charles McKim's photographic portfolio of 17th and 18th century Newport architecture an...


A matted photograph depicting a still life comprised of a table, three chairs, a fire screen, a vase, and books. Image is part of Charles McKim's photographic portfolio of 17th and 18th century Ne...


A matted photograph depicting a still life comprised of a desk, a chair, and vases near a doorway. Image is part of Charles McKim's photographic portfolio of 17th and 18th century Newport architec...


A matted photograph depicting the rear of an unknown house near Thames Street. Image is part of Charles McKim's photographic portfolio of 17th and 18th century Newport architecture and scenes. Ma...


A matted photograph depicting houses near the corner of North Baptist Street and Thames Street; the Job Bennet House is visible at foreground. Photograph is part of Charles McKim's portfolio of 17...


A matted photograph of the Jahleel Brenton House (Adam Coe House), located on Thames Street. Photograph is part of Charles McKim's portfolio of 17th and 18th century Newport architecture and scene...


A matted photograph depicting a windmill in a field; a house and a stone wall are visible in the background. Image is part of Charles McKim's photographic portfolio of 17th and 18th century Newpor...


A matted photograph of the David Chesebrough (Champlin) House, located on Mary Street. The Vernon House is visible in the background. Photograph is part of Charles McKim's portfolio of 17th and 1...


A matted photograph depicting Rhode Island's "Charter Chair" (once owned by Rhode Island Governor Benedict Arnold). Photograph is part of Charles McKim's portfolio of 17th and 18th century Newport...


A matted photograph depicting the Brick Market on Thames Street. Photograph is part of Charles McKim’s portfolio of 17th and 18th century Newport architecture and scenes.

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