7 Object Results

circa 1915

A color postcard of the Governor Bull House, located on Spring Street. The house has a gambrel roof, dormers, and two chimneys. Half of the house has a clapboard exterior and windows with shutter...

Unfinished, turned, maple gavel head. Handle broken off. Silver cuff on end is inscribed. Inscription reads: "This gavel is made from timber of the house built by Gov. Henry Bull, Newport, RI, 1639...

December 29 1730 – March 31 1731

Document is an order from the court of common pleas to Ebenezer Goddard to pay John Stevens a debt of 12 pounds, 12 shillings, 7 pence. Goddard is "in want of sufficient estates" to pay the debt an...

A printed list of candidates for "REPRESENTATIVES To THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY," Rhode Island. Text is surrounded by a geometric border.

Irregular-shaped piece of dark wood. White paper label on piece reads "a piece of the ship "Endeavour" presented to me by my wife's father D. Melville - H. Bull"

A photograph of the Bull House, also known as the Matthew Cozzens House and the Dudley House, Middletown. Features include a cupola, rusticated wood, a large pediment, a cornice with dentil moldin...

A photograph of the Charles Dudley House (here called the Matthew Cozzens House; also called the Bull House), located on West Main Road in Middletown, Rhode Island. Photograph depicts house prior ...

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