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2010.6
viewbook
after 1938

A souvenir mailable envelope including pictures of Newport after the Hurricane of 1938. The front inside cover has a synopsis of the event. The interior of the envelope holds an accordian fold-out ...

P9186
Print, Photographic
September 29 1916

A photograph from a page in a Rhinelander family scrapbook; page is entitled: "September 29th 1916." Photograph depicts a view of the shoreline at Hazard's Beach. The Rocks and The Ledges (two hou...

P9184
Print, Photographic
September 29 1916

A photograph from a page in a Rhinelander family scrapbook; page is entitled: "September 29th 1916." Photograph depicts a large formation of rocks at Hazard's Beach; The Rocks and The Ledges (two h...

2000.13.1
Postcard
1915 – 1930

Postcard with color illustration of The Rocks, Newport, R.I. Reverse includes note to McCarthy, A., Miss. of Cambridge, MA.


A panoramic photograph taken from Bailey's Beach, depicting (left to right) the Richard Baker House, Lippitt's Castle (under construction), and The Rocks. Photograph is part of a page from one of...


A photograph of Elsie Clews, Harry Gray, Henry Clews, and Clinton Gray standing by the doors of cabanas at Bailey's Beach. All appear to be laughing. Doors behind them are labeled "C.W.L." and "...


A photograph of (left to right) an unidentified building, The Rocks, and Seafield, as viewed from the north side of Bailey's Beach (Cliff Walk).


A matted photograph depicting Seafield, The Rocks (Clews Estate), and an unidentified building. Photograph was taken from Hazard's Beach by Clarence Stanhope (see label on reverse).

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