19 Object Results

Object Type: Decade:
2009.3.123
Postcard
before 1916

A photographic postcard depicting a man standing in front of a horse-drawn carriage labeled "H.F. COPELAND./TELEPHONE."


Postcard of Admiral Sims visit 1919

FIC.2016.013
Postcard
August 1 1918

Dated August 1, 1918, this postcard is addressed to a Mrs. Phillips from “M”. M thanks Mrs. Phillips for the gift of delicious jelly. The postcard was not sent from Japan, and was likely a souvenir...

FIC.2016.015
Postcard
June 24 1917

Dated June 24, 1917, this postcard is addressed to Hubert P. Townsend from G. Frederick Norton; both men were in the United States army in World War I. Norton writes that he is joining Townsend’s o...

2014.014.003
Postcard
October 30 1915

Postcard depicting view of Cliff Walk from 40 Steps. Front image is surrounded by a white border with the title printed in red ink in the bottom left corner.
Back side contains message and ad...

2014.014.004
Postcard
September 18 1915

Postcard depicting view of Rough Point in color. Front image is surrounded by a white border with the title printed in red ink in the bottom left corner.
Back side contains message and addres...

2014.014.002
Postcard
September 10 1915

Postcard depicting Beacon Rock, estate of E.D. Morgan in color. Title is written in top left corner in black ink.
Back side contains message and address, with one cent postage stamp. Message ...

2014.014.001
Postcard
August 12 1915

Postcard depicting Bailey's Beach with patrons visible in the water and on the beach. Front image is surrounded by a white border with image title printed beneath in red ink.
Back side contai...

2010.10.13
Postcard
circa 1915 – 1930

A color postcard with a white border depicting Marble House and its entrance drive. No writing is on reverse. Caption refers to the house as "MARBLE PALACE."

2009.3.67
postcard
circa 1910

A hand-colored postcard depicting Rhode Island Avenue. A young girl is visible towards right; stone walls and a canopy of trees line each side of the street. Caption reads: "LOVER'S LANE. NEWPORT, ...

2014.013.010
Postcard
1907 – 1914

Color postcard of a windmill in Newport, RI. Back side is unused, divided with green ink.

2014.013.015
Postcard
1907 – 1914

Color postcard featuring an image of Mid-Cliff, residence of C. Ogden M. Jones. The ocean is visible in the background. Back side is unused, divided with green ink.

2014.013.014
Postcard
1907 – 1914

Color postcard featuring an image of Ochre Court viewed through the front wrought iron gate. Ochre Court was the residence of Ogden Goelet and is now owned by Salve Regina University. Back is unuse...

2014.013.005
Postcard
1907 – 1914

Color postcard featuring an image of Beaver Tail Lighthouse in Newport, RI. Back side is unused, divided with light green ink.

2014.013.007
Postcard
1907 – 1914

Color photograph featuring an image of the tunnel along Cliff Walk in Newport, RI. Back side is unused, divided with green ink.

2014.013.008
Postcard
1907 – 1914

Color postcard featuring an image of several sailboats in Newport Harbor. Back side is unused, divided with green ink.

2014.013.006
Postcard
1907 – 1914

Color postcard featuring image of Sprouting Rock at Bailey's Beach in Newport, RI. Some houses are visible in the background. Back side is unused and divided with light green ink.

2014.013.004
Postcard
1907 – 1914

Color postcard featuring an image of the interior of Trinity Church in Newport, RI. The church is decorated with bouquets at the end of each pew and flower garlands draped across the upper level. T...

2014.013.003
Postcard
1907 – 1914

Color postcard with image of Newport Casino court and clock tower. Unused, back side is divided with green ink.

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