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A photographic portrait of John Austin Stevens, Jr., who is seen wearing a medal and is seated on a wicker chair. Printed wallpaper is visible in the background.


A photographic portrait of John Austin Stevens, Jr., who is seen wearing a medal and is seated in front of a large bookshelf.


Gold medal w/ red, white and blue ribbon. Gold New York seal with an eagle and lion on each side. Front reads: "New York, E. Pluribus Unum, Dieu et Mon Droit, The Sulgrave Institution, 1914." (back...


A cabinet card depicting John Austin Stevens, Jr. Card produced by the W. Kurtz studio, Madison Square, New York.


A cabinet card depicting John Austin Stevens, Jr.. Card produced by the Marc Gambier studio, 14 & 16 West 14th Street, New York.


An invitation addressed to John Austin Stevens Jr. for the opening ceremonies for the Brooklyn Bridge. The ceremonies took place on May 24, 1883 at 2pm. Printed by Tiffany and Co., the invitation f...


73 Rhode Island Avenue, "Plaisaunce," J. Austin Stevens (c. 1880).


A photograph depicting Plaisaunce (Abby and Mary Stevens House), the home of John Austin Stevens between circa 1890-1910.


A matted photograph of Plaisaunce, the home of John Austin Stevens between circa 1890-1910.


A photograph of Plaisaunce (1881), built for Mary and Abby Stevens, Rhode Island Avenue. John Austin Stevens, Jr. lived in the house between circa 1890-1910. Architectural features include a shin...


Two bust silhouettes of a man wearing a hat, goatee; black on white, no frame. A) faces left, B) faces right.


Pencil sketch of a plan for a sundial for the John Austin Steven's House on Rhode Island Avenue, 1889 (Deacified, 1980).

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