10 Object Results

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2009.3.44
Postcard
before 1907

A postcard depicting the main house at Oakland Farm. Caption along bottom edge reads: "Oakland Farm, Alfred G. Vanderbilt's Residence, Portsmouth, R.I."

2009.3.50
Postcard
after 1930

A linen-type color postcard depicting a view of the Cliff Walk from Belmont Beach. Swimmers and beachgoers are visible at foreground; four houses are visible in the background, including (left to r...


A photographic postcard depicting the World War I Memorial Tower (also called the "Soldiers' and Sailors' Memorial Tower," 1929), Miantonomi Park. Several trees are situated around the monument, in...

2009.3.56
Postcard
circa 1921

A color postcard depicting Roslyn and Wyndham, two houses built for William Grosvenor and Rosa Anne Grosvenor (respectively) on Beacon Hill Road. Postcard depicts both houses from an entrance gate;...

2009.3.63
Postcard
circa 1909

A color postcard depicting Roslyn and Wyndham, two houses built for William Grosvenor and Rosa Anne Grosvenor (respectively) on Beacon Hill Road. Postcard depicts both houses from an entrance gate ...

2009.3.97
postcards
after 1907

A color postcard depicting Harbour Court; caption reads "HARBOUR COURT, ESTATE OF MRS. JOHN NICHOLAS BROWN, NEWPORT, R.I." Image depicts the house's entrance and a courtyard surrounded by shrubs an...

2009.3.92
postcards
after 1907

A color postcard depicting Lightship LV-39, also referred to as the "Brenton Reef Lightship". A small sailboat is visible in the distance.

2009.3.133
Postcard
after 1907

A color postcard depicting Roslyn and its lawn, Beacon Hill Road. Flowers and a stone wall are visible at foreground; shrubs and trees are visible at center.

2009.3.138
Postcard
after 1907

A color postcard depicting the ballroom at Beechwood, Bellevue Avenue. Caption at bottom reads " 'Ball Room' Beechwood, Mrs. William Astor, Newport, R.I./Made in Germany. Mercury Pub. Co., Newport."

2009.3.142
Postcard
after 1906

A color postcard depicting houses on the eastern edge of Bailey's Beach. At foreground (right) is the Richard Baker House, followed by Seaweed, Beachholm, and Beach-Mound. Rocky cliffs are visi...

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