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Small top-opening envelope containing 6 round Newport Bridge tokens with raised letters, colored flat centers, one each of red, blue, yellow, green; 2 aluminum tokens with raised centers. Tokens we...

2002.2.3
Certificate
December 17 1956

Master's certificate from the Grand Lodge Of The Most Ancient And Honorable Society of Free And Accepted Masons For The State Of Rhode Island And Providence Plantations, presented to Brother Henry ...

2004.17.14
Certificate
November 15 1954

Membership certificate for Henry Anthony Curtis to the Imperial Council of the Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine.

2002.15.4
Diploma
June 18 1942

Roger's High School diploma presented to Henry Anthony Curtis for the completion of the vocational course at Rogers High School. Signed by Chairman Of School Committee, William MacLeod; Principal, ...

2002.15.3
Diploma
June 15 1941

Trinity Sunday school diploma made out to Henry Anthony Curtis. Diploma is on heavy white paper and includes red and black text. The diploma reads: "Trinity Sunday School/ Newport, Rhode Island/ Th...

2001.17.2
Certificate
February 24 1927

Paper certificate with orange letters. Presented to Henry A. Curtis for being exalted to the sublime degree of royal arch and for becoming a life member of Newport Chapter, no. 2. Royal Arch Masons...


Baby record book of Henry A Curtis. Pink cloth covered cover; 63 pages. Contains two loose photographs and one loose newspaper clipping. Mounted in the book are forty-one photographs of Henry Curti...


Cut paper silhouette of flowering tree, bird perched on upper branch. Not mounted or framed. Made by Elizabeth Robinson in 1792.


Cut paper silhouette of flower with 2 blossoms and two leaves. Not mounted or framed. Made by Elizabeth Robinson in 1792.


Cut paper silhouette of bird in flight, carrying flower in its beak. Not mounted or framed. Made by Elizabeth Robinson in 1792.


Cut paper silhouette, flower motif with broad leaves, buds and flowers. Made by Elizabeth Robinson in 1792.


Printing plate for calling card, Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Curtis in a paper enclosure.


Printing plate for calling card, Mrs. Henry Anthony Curtis in a paper enclosure.


Printing plate for calling card, Mrs. Henry A. Curtis in a paper enclosure.


Three business cards for Henry A. Curtis, Antique Bottles and Flasks/ 12 Bat View Avenue, Newport, RI. Cards are textured in a natural color with illustartion of bottles in brown ink.


Standard sized letterhead writing paper. Letterhead reads: "Antique Bottles & Flasks/ Henry A. Curtis/ P.O. Box 263/ Newport, Ri 02841/ Area Code 401/ 847-0942/ Shop-By Appointment-12 Bay View ...


Saint Christopher circular silver charm. Central image is of a man. Encircling the image are the words "Saint Christopher, Protect Us." The initals "STG, JMF," are stamped onto back of charm. This ...


Saint Christopher circular silver charm. Central image is of a man. Encircling the image are the words "Saint Christopher, Protect Us." The initals "STG, JMF," are stamped onto back of charm. This ...


Two white business cards with black text and blue image of an early camera in the center. Text reads 'Henry A. Curtis/ Photography/ P.O. Box 263/ Newport, R.I.'. Text in upper left corner reads 'Vi...


Rectangular shaped wooden base, 1" high, on which is a metal stamp 'Antique Bottles & Flasks/ Henry A. Curtis' with images of various types of bottles.


Black and white photo of Castle Hill. Image shows building, trres, water, and dock. Reverse of photo printed: "PHOTOGRAPHY BY/HENRY CURTIS/12 BAY VIEW AVENUE/NEWPORT, R.I. VIKING 7-0942." Hand-writ...

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