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A sepia tone photograph of architect George Champlin Mason, Jr. in 1923. Mason wears spectacles, a tie, a waistcoat, and a tweed jacket.

2012.1.3
Postcard
circa 1915

A color postcard depicting Greystone and its entrance gates, located on Ochre Point Avenue. Caption reads: " 'GREYSTONE' RESIDENCE OF J.J. WYSONG, NEWPORT, R.I."


A photograph depicting the Bellevue Avenue facade of the Newport Reading Room. Architectural features include a hip roof, clapboard siding, and a veranda with carved arches. The property is bordere...


Portrait of George Champlin Mason (1820-1894). Bust portrait facing left, blondish-brown hair and mustache, blue eyes, wearing a white shirt, black jacket, bowtie and a maroon vest. Frame painted g...


A photograph of George Champlin Mason, Sr. Mason is seated beside a table with a book; he wears a long double-breasted jacket and trousers.


A glass plate negative depicting Harbourview, a house built by George Champlin Mason for Ayres P. Merrill. The house is shown on Halidon Hill; architectural elements include a large central tower w...


A print depicting an architectural rendering of Rogers High School; was most likely torn from "American Architect and Building News" (dated May 20, 1876). Top corners include labeled renderings of ...


A photographic print of The Orchard, built for Colonel George R. Fearing on the corner of Narragansett and Ochre Point Avenues.


Round medal with collage of industrial buildings with an anchor in the center and the word "HOPE" above it. Inscriptions: (front): "Rhode Island Industrial Exhibition." (back): "Awarded to George C...


Miniature brooch of George Champlin Mason cameo cut on a conch shell facing left. Sitting on red velvet behind a glass in ornate square gold frame. Cameo was cut on a Queen's conch shell, imported ...


Book of engravings entitled, "Newport and its Environs, Illustrated by a Series of Views."

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Silhouette
1794 – 1843

Silhouette of George Champlin Mason facing right, black and gold dressed in dress coat, surrounded by gold oval in square black frame. Written on back: "Geo. C. Mason, son of Dr. Banj. Mason, died ...


Candle snuffers: silver scissors-type snuffers with ornate cast handle and incised box. Monogrammed "CMC". Two feet on handles; one near pointed tip. Six hallmarks inside box. Once owned by George ...


A leather-bound book handwritten by John Sherman, including detailed astrological tables and figures. Majority of pages record the departure of ships from Newport and the alignment of planets and o...


Order of the Cincinnatus insignia. Right-facing polychromed enamel eagle, attached to green and white ribbons with button attachment. Insignia was owned by George Champlin Mason, inherited by his s...


Print of "The Glen"


Print: Female Seminary, Newport, RI, by G.C. Mason.


Print: "Newport, from Fort Dunham"


Gold medal w/ the insignia of the society of Mayflower descendants: "Plymouth 1620-1897." Floral design around medal -- attached to a cream colored ribbon. Medal belonged to George Champlin Mason I...


Pillbox of mother-of-pearl inlaid with dark metal (possibly silver?) In swirl designs and apparent military objects (i.e. "medieval" - type javelins and horns) on top; bottom has plant design; insi...


A photograph of the entrance facade of Kingscote, which is covered in ivy and plants hanging from window boxes.


A photograph of 1 Red Cross Avenue (Mapleshade), labeled as the "French House." Features include a mansard roof with diamond-shaped shingles, a porch, a doorway with fanlight, dormers, and clapboa...

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