9 Object Results

Object Type:
before 1892

A stereograph depicting a view of Washington Square, looking west. The Brick Market is visible in the distance at right. Printed label on reverse reads: "Washington Square,/NEWPORT, R.I./PHOTOGRAPH...

circa 1875

A stereograph depicting the grounds at Belair, home of the Norman Family located on Old Beach Road (earlier Buena Vista). Two pieces of twig furniture can be seen in the distance towards left. "Reg...

after 1871

A stereograph depicting the Theodore W. Phinney House (also called "Hilltop," later "Grosvenor House"), Ruggles Avenue. The Phinney House was constructed under the direction of Richard Morris Hunt,...

after 1870

A stereograph depicting Hypotenuse, Catherine Street. Hypotenuse was the home of Colonel George Waring (built by Richard Morris Hunt). Photographs by J.A. Williams (d. 1892). The house is bordered ...

Mr. and Mrs. Bedlow, their three children, and Mrs. Hall in front of the Malbone Estate.

Mr. and Mrs. Bedlow, their three children, and Mrs. Hall.

A stereograph depicting a gravesite near Graves Point (off Ocean Avenue). The only legible stone, at right, reads "IN MEMORY of/George 2d Son of/SEBASTIAN and/SABEA CROPPER/who died Febry the /17 A...

A stereograph depicting the Forty Steps at the Cliff Walk, located at the end of Narragansett Avenue. A person can be seen in silhouette at the top of the steps. Part of a series of stereographs by...

Half of a stereograph depicting four men standing outside the Great Friends Meeting House. The photo was taken after a mid-19th-century addition to the building. Stereograph is labeled "Americ...

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