74 Object Results

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A cabinet photograph of a woman wearing a dark lace bodice with stand-up collar, most likely Annie Chase Brown. Handwritten text on reverse reads: "To Sister/Ruth Smith/Chase/Bryant/from/Annie Cha...


A matted studio photograph depicting Frank Brown, seen seated in an upholstered chair and wearing a dark suit and necktie. Photograph is mounted on a textured mat with an embossed crest at bottom ...


A matted studio photograph of Joseph D. Chase, who is seen wearing a coat, shirt, and bow tie. Handwritten text on reverse reads: "Joseph D. Chase/Prescott Farm/Cousin Belle's + Cousin Annie's/Fat...


A photograph of Milton Dennis, seen wearing a military uniform with epaulets and holding a helmet. Photograph was taken in the studio of H.W. Rankin & Co., Newport. Handwritten text on revers...


A mid- to late-19th century military canteen. Made of metal with a small spout at top. A plain weave brown strap runs around circumference of canteen through metal tabs; strap is knotted near base,...


A cabinet photograph of an unidentified woman, most likely a friend or relative of the Penelope Chase Bryan Family. Woman is wearing a striped dress with leg-of-mutton sleeves and ruffles around t...


A matted photograph depicting a group of men and women picnicking around a long table. Two American flags are visible at left. Mat is textured and has a border with embossed stars.


A matted studio photograph depicting Francis Howard Chase of Portsmouth, seen wearing a suit with starched collar, jacket, tie, waistcoat, and trousers.


A matted photograph depicting Mary Manchester Mitchell of Portsmouth, seen wearing a dress with pleated sleeves and decoration at bodice and center front. Image was taken in the studio of J. Rugen...

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Postcard
1907 – 1915

A color postcard depicting the main house at Oakland Farm, owned by Alfred Vanderbilt.


Off-white tile with black drawing of Trinity Church in Newport, R.I. Three quarters of the front is a drawing of Trinity Church from the outside, labelled. The top left quarter of the tile shows th...


A child's white jacket made of a plain weave fabric with raised checks. All edges are bound with a woven white tape, arranged as a double layer. Cut away front and scalloped edge at bottom. Curved ...


A child's white pleated skirt, made of a plain weave fabric with raised checks. Features include a front panel bordered with ten white buttons and a waistband with nine buttonholes around its circu...


A matted photograph of Mary Manchester Mitchell, seen seated on an elaborately carved wooden chair and wearing a shirtwaist, skirt, and glasses. Photograph taken by J.A. Corey of Middletown (see ...


A studio photograph of Mary Manchester Mitchell, located in a folded paper frame. Mrs. Mitchell is seen wearing glasses, a necklace, and a pleated bodice. "JHCorey/1919" is written in pencil at b...


Military Training Certificate given to Alfred J. Bryan upon completion of the RED course of instruction at Camp Devens, MA. August 31, 1921 In black wooden frame.

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Certificate
August 31 1922

Military Training Certificate award to Alfred C. Bryan upon completion of the WHITE course of training, August 31, 1922 at Camp Devens, MA. Black wooden frame,


Newpaper clippings related to the 1924-1925 Rogers High School Basketball Team, including their 1957 Reunion.


Photographic postcard of the Rogers High School basketball team, 1925 New England champions. A large loving cup is visble at center. Handwritten note on reverse mentions "Alfred Bryan player-." Pho...


A photograph of the Rogers High School basketball team seated on stone steps. Caption reads: "Rhode Island State Basketball Champions."


Photographic postcard of the Rogers High School basketball team, 1930-1931 champions. Reverse of postcard is signed with players' names.


Oversized photograph of the 1931 Rogers High School football team; photo is mounted on heavy board. There are three rows of players: the front row seated, the middle row kneeling, and the last row ...


A group photograph of the Rogers High School football team, 1932. The team is seated in front of a stone wall, possibly at Freebody Park. A house is visible in the background. A young boy is sea...


A Glen Farm Fire Department badge. Badge has a circular medallion with a fire engine at center. The number "1" appears at bottom; an eagle with the year "1933" appears at top.


A Christmas card from Mrs. Moses Taylor (Mrs. Edith Bishop Taylor, later Nicholson) of Glen Farm, Portsmouth. Printed text on interior reads: "A Merry Christmas/from/Mrs. Moses Taylor". Image on fr...


Brown leather pumps once owned by Penelope Chase Bryan. Part of a wedding ensemble. Features include a 2 1/2 inch heel and leather bows cut in a scalloped design. Small seed beads are sewn to the b...


A self-fabric belt made of printed and brown velvet. Part of a wedding ensemble made for Penelope Chase Bryan. Ends are cut at an angle. A few seams.

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hat
circa 1934

A hat made of brown and printed velvet. Part of a wedding ensemble made by Lelia Carr for Penelope A.C. Bryan's 1934 wedding. The fabric is draped and folded in an alternating pattern to form a tur...


A brown and printed velvet dress worn by Penelope Anthony Chase Bryan at her wedding in 1934. Features include a high waist seam, bust darts, and gathering at neckline and cuffs. 2 3/4 inch hem. A ...


A print of Albert Chase, seated at a table with an open book. Print is affixed to a folded mat, with a rope tied at top center. Handwritten text on top of mat reads: "(Cousin) Albert Chase/Town C...

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Uniform
1941 – 1945

A pair of navy blue wool trousers that are part of a U.S. Navy dress uniform. Bell bottom cut. Flap at front closes with 13 buttons (with anchors). Two welted pockets at waistband, one with zipper....

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Uniform
1941 – 1945

The top to a U.S. Navy dress jumper from World War II. Made of navy blue wool. Welted front pocket at right front has a yoke across chest and a patch with a gold eagle emblem. Three rows of twill t...


A World War II-era heavyweight legging, most likely belonging to U.S. Navy officer Alfred Bryan. Made of a light brown canvas-like fabric. Laces are woven through metal eyelets and hooks. A heavywe...


A World War II-era heavyweight legging, most likely belonging to U.S. Navy officer Alfred Bryan. Made of a brown canvas-like fabric. Laces are woven through metal eyelets and hooks. A heavyweight f...


Photograph of the 1957 reunion of Rogers High School's 1924-1925 basketball team. Men pictured include three players and a coach. From left to right: Bradford Garniss, Joseph Nevins, Alfred Bryan,...


A ceramic tankard made to commemorate Rogers High School's centennial (1973). A circular seal with school's coat of arms is printed on face. Manufactured by Balfour; imprint on bottom reads "MADE I...

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