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A color slide depicting northern Thames Street at night. Illuminated neon signs include "Spiro's Naval Store", the "Blue Moon," "Klein's Naval and Civilian Outfitters," and a "hobby shop." Cars are...

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.

P2450
Photographic print
August 31 1954

A fishing boat, Nora, beloning to the John Mack Fishing Company beached on a dock after Hurricane Carol (1954) 

P9033
Print, Photographic
August 31 1954

Photograph of Easton's Beach after Hurricane Carol. "Easton Beach Surf Aug 31, 1954" is written in ink on the bottom edge of the image.

P9434
Print, Photographic
August – September 1954

A photograph of a destroyed merry-go-round at Easton's Beach after Hurricane Carol (1954). Debris is scattered throughout; two men can be seen bending down at left.

P9431
Print, Photographic
August – September 1954

A photograph of an automobile and a Singer Sewing Machine Co. delivery van wrecked on a grassy area near Easton's Beach. Photograph was taken after Hurricane Carol (1954). Label on side of delivery...


Photograph of three fallen trees along Clinton Street as a result of Hurricane Carol. The following text is written on the reverse: "August 31, 1954/Hurricane Carol/Scene from Hurricane Carol on th...

2015.15.1
Drawing
April 1954

Caricature of J.T. O'Connell. He wears a blue shirt and tie and a grey suit. He stands by a cake with a fork and knife in hand. On the table in front of him is a large cake with blue and white fros...

75.6.1
Postcard
circa 1954

A color postcard depicting the Army and Navy Y.M.C.A. on Washington Square, c. 1954. The five-story building is located on a corner, with arched windows at ground level, regularly-placed rectangul...

2009.3.48
Postcard
circa 1954

A color postcard depicting the Army and Navy Y.M.C.A. on Washington Square, c. 1954. The five-story building is located on a corner, with arched windows at ground level, regularly-placed rectangul...

2009.3.36
Postcard
circa 1954

A color postcard depicting a young girl and boy looking at the Old Stone Mill in Touro Park.


Black and white photo of Long Wharf during a hurricane, possibly Carol (1954). Fleet Locker and The Anchor business signs are visible on the right side of the image.


A group of fishermen of the John Mack Fishing Crew organize recently caught fish during the aftermath of Hurricane Carol (1954). 


Four fishermen apart of the John Mack Fishing Crew in the process of organizing recently caught fish during the aftermath of Hurricane Carol (1954). 


Five fishermen apart of the John Mack Fishing Crew shuck oysters during the aftermath of Hurrican Carol (1954)


Four fishermen apart of the John Mack fishing crew in the aftermath of Hurricane Carol (1954) haul in net of fish. They are in three boats. 


Black and white aerial photograph of the Mount Hope Bridge, by John Hopf. Possibly USS Norris passing underneath.


A greeting card printed with a black and white photograph of Anne Vanderbilt, Jr. and William H. Vanderbilt, Jr. seated outside. Made for Anne and William Vanderbilt.


A photograph of three men inside Lawton's Fish Market after Hurricane Carol (1954). The building is flooded, with counters and a barrel submerged in water. Note on reverse of photograph reads: "...


A photograph of a flooded Thames Street after Hurricane Carol (1954). A police officer and two men are seen wading in water in front of the Brick Market. Washington Square Restaurant and William ...


A photograph of Ocean Avenue at Hazard's Beach, just after Hurricane Carol (1954). Seabeach (designed by Ogden Codman, Jr.) is visible at right; Seafair is visible in the distance towards center.


Photograph of Newport City Hall's cupola damaged as a result of Hurricane Carol. "City Hall after hurricane" is written in ink in the bottom margin of the photo.


Photograph of damage at Long Wharf after Hurricane Carol. A sunken boat is in the foreground and debris can be seen throughout. "Long Wharf, 1954" is written in the bottom margin of the image.


Photograph of three children climbing a fallen tree after Hurricane Carol. "The gang after the hurricane" is written in ink at the bottom of the photograph.


Photograph of "The Mall" after Hurricane Carol (Washington Square). Two women walk past a fallen tree. The Newport County Courthouse and Colony House are visible in the background.


Black and white photo of a fallen tree on a house due to Hurricane Carol. "House on Clinton Ave" is handwritten on bottom edge. Two white tabs are affixed to the photograph at top and bottom right...


A black and white photograph of damage at Third Beach after Hurricane Carol. Includes views of scattered debris, three boats, and several clapboard structures.


Black and white photo of Third Beach after Hurricane Carol. "III Beach/Hurricane Carol/Aug 31, 1954" is written in the margin. Photograph is almost identical to P9021, but exposure is slightly darker.


A black and white photo of Third Beach after Hurricane Carol. Boats are washed ashore, and damage to houses along the beach is visible. Photograph is almost identical to P9022, but exposure is sli...


Photograph of a fallen tree across Broadway, probably due to Hurricane Carol. Sign for Bove Used Cars is visible. "1954" is written on reverse in pencil.


Photograph that is part of black and white photo essay depicting the restoration of the Chinese Tea House at Marble House. The essay is entitled "Newport's Chinese Tea House: Before and after-a st...


A photograph depicting Hazard's Beach after the Hurricane of 1954 (Hurricane Carol). Debris is seen scattered throughout, as well as a collapsed building and pilings. Used in a Newport Daily News...


Black and white photo of the beach after Hurricane Carol, 1954. Image shows destroyed boats and cement blocks. Blue writing on front side of photo reads: "Boat ride at Easton's couldn't/ take a l...


Black and white photo of Washington Square after Hurricane Carol, 1954. Image shows the Opera House, cars, Playland, and Frank Cohen outfitters.


Black and white photo of Bridge Street after Hurricane Carol, 1954. Image shows people viewing the damage and a small boat in the middle of a driveway.


Black and white photo of Washington Square after Hurricane Carol, August 31, 1954. The Brick Market is visible on the right.

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