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Black and white picture. There is a dock center with seven ships docked to the right and eight docked to the left, several different sizes. There is a parking lot at the front of the picture.


A photograph depicting a snow bank next to Ley's Department Store at Long Wharf. Taken after a snowstorm in February of 1975.

FIC.2019.087
Map
circa 1975

This is a facsimile plan of Newport reproduced by Historic Urban Plans of Ithaca, 1975.


A color postcard depicting the Great Friends Meeting House subsequent to its 1970s restoration. Image copyright John T. Hopf.

W 41.1
Nightcap
circa 1975

Round night cap with cotton lace edgeing on cuff, print is blue, gold, green, and wine colored on a white background. From the Wanton-Lyman-Hazard house.


A black and white photograph of the Great Friends Meeting House after its restoration.


A photograph depicting an exterior view of the Joseph and William Cozzens House (c. 1765), located at 57-59 Farewell Street. The photo was most likely taken after a late-20th century restoration.


A black and white photograph depicting a redeveloped Long Wharf. By the mid-1970s, Long Wharf's buildings and road were demolished to make way for a pedestrianized shopping mall. The mall is seen ...


An aerial black and white photograph depicting the redevelopment of northern Thames Street and the construction of America's Cup Avenue. At center (western Thames Street) is the Brick Market retai...


A black and white photograph depicting a close-up of the Brick Market building, prior to its inception as the Museum of Newport History. Features include a window with carved wooden pediment, pilas...


An aerial photograph of the final phases of the redevelopment of the Thames Street and Long Wharf areas. America's Cup Avenue can be seen towards the waterfront, while new parking lots and paved a...


Two New Zealand coins issued in 1975, commemorative of the "Endeavour". The "Endeavour" is on the back, Queen Elizabeth II is on the front. Half-pound (?) Denomination.


Black and white photo of the Newport Bridge from U.S. Naval Training Station, Goat Island.

2013.19.2
Business Card
1970 – 1978

Oversized pink business card for the Romance of Arielle, a vintage clothing store located on DeBlois Street, off Bellevue. This card advertises mending done by hand.

2013.19.1
Business Card
1970 – 1978

Small blue business card for the Romance of Arielle, a vintage clothing store located on DeBlois Street, off Bellevue.


Replica of the Old Stone Mill made of periwinkle shells of assorted sizes glued to a plaster base and shellacked.

92.31.4
Traffic Sign
1969 – 1992

Black and white reflective sign angled in at bottom, reads "Stop Pay Toll". From the Newport Bridge,

92.31.3
Traffic Sign
1969 – 1992

Road sign reading "Speed Limit 40". From the Newport Bridge.

92.31.6
Tollgate
1969 – 1992

Orange and white stripped toll gate, tapered.

92.31.5
Traffic Sign
1969 – 1992

Metal rectangular sign with Newport Bridge logo and arrow to direct traffic. Black, blue and white road sign. Referred to as trail markers.


Toll basket from Newport bridge. Semicircular plastic basket with hole at bottom to allow token to fall into machine.

2014.9.1
Scrapbook
circa 1960 – 1991

Scrapbook possibly compiled by Elaine Lorillard. Items were not adhered to the pages, but interleaved between. Items were removed from the scrapbook and cataloged separately. The scrapbook was disp...

P5973
Print, Photographic
circa 1950 – 2000

An aerial photograph depicting Hopedene (built 1899-1902) and its grounds. The house is comprised of dormers, balustrades, a brick exterior, square and arched windows with shutters, and a half-circ...


Black and white photograph of Louis Lorillard and Pierrepont Johnson leaning against a handrail.

2000.7.23
Token
1950 – 1999

Fourty brass Mt. Hope bridge tokens wrapped in a white paper roll. One side of token reads 'one fare passenger car or motorcycle'. The other side of token reads 'Mt. Hope Bridge Division', an ancho...

89.9.9+
Pencil
1950 – 1980

Many pencils, imprinted with names of various Newport businesses. Distributed as advertising by merchants in the city. Also one from Coggeshall family reunion 1982, and some campaign give-aways.


Five photographs pertaining to the Eisenstaedt photo, Kissing Sailor in Times Square, 1945. Two photographs are reporioductions of the famous photo, oversized. A third photograph is of George Mendo...


Photograph album compiled by Wilfred Warren, containing photograph and copy photos relating to the Torpedo Station. Photographs include notable individuals, ships doing maneuvers, and aerial photog...

2018.002.003
Stein
20th century

Beer stein featuring images of three landmarks of Newport, RI: Forty Steps, The Old Stone Mill, and the Breakers. The background of the stein is almond with each image raised and accented with brow...


A profile of Trinity Churh, looking eastward down Church Street. 


A group of pedestrians overlook firemen extingushing flames on the top story of a building on Broadway. 


A side-view of the Francis Malbone house located on #392 Thames Street, located near Brewer Street.


An overlook of the city of Newport, taken from Calvert School on Broadway looking southwest. 


Man decends from the One Mile Corner trolley on Broadway.


Suited men overlook a group of workers tending to railroad lines on Broadway from Rhode Island Avenue, circa early 20th century. 

2018.002.008
Spoon
20th century

Pewter souvenir teaspoon with an imprint of the Elms on the top of the handle. Newport, RI is written on the handle with a engraving of a Egyptian man on the bowl of the spoon. The back of the spoo...

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