12 Object Results

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Color postcard of Hunter House. Back side is divided with short description of front image in bottom left corner. Scalloped edge design cut into outer border.

2018.027.002
Postcard
1930 – 1944

Color postcard of Washington Square facing towards the Colony House. Back side has divided back and is not used. 

2014.013.012
Postcard
1930 – 1945

Linen style color postcard of The Castle in Newport, RI, residence of Chas. Warren Lippet. Back side is unused, divided with light blue ink.

2014.013.013
Postcard
1930 – 1945

Linen style color postcard of Beacon Rock in Newport, RI, the residence of E.D. Morgan. Water is visible behind the house. Back side is unused, divided with light blue ink.

2014.013.016
Postcard
1930 – 1945

Color postcard featuring an image of Whiteholme from the drive. Whiteholme was the residence of Dr. Barton Jacobs. Back side is unused, divided with light blue ink.

2014.013.017
Postcard
1930 – 1945

Linen style, color postcard of Whiteholme from the drive. Whiteholme was the residence of Dr. Barton Jacobs. Back side is unused, divided with aquamarine ink.

2014.013.018
Postcard
1930 – 1945

Color postcard of The Reefs in Newport, RI, residence of Harry Payne Whitney. Back side is unused, divided with aquamarine ink. 

2014.013.009
Postcard
1930 – 1945

Linen period color postcard of the Old Stone Mill in Newport, RI. Back is unused, divided with green ink.

2014.013.011
Postcard
1930 – 1944

Linen period color postcard featuring an image of Newport City Hall on Broadway in Newport, RI. Back side is unused, divided with light blue ink.

2014.013.002
Postcard
1930 – 1944

Linen period color photograph of Lovers Lane in Newport, RI. Divided back, unused with blue ink on the back side. 

2014.013.001
Postcard
1930 – 1944

Linen period, color postcard of a car driving down Bellevue Avenue in Newport, RI. Back side is unused, divided with light blue ink.

2010.10.1
Postcard
1930 – 1944

Linen-type postcard of the Cliff Walk, declaring it the "most beautiful walk in the world." Visible houses include (left to right) Beach-Mound, Inchiquin, and Beachholm. Reverse has note ...

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