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Photograph album of the Howe/Hall family.


Photograph album belonging to Elizabeth J. Griffith featuring personal family photos, including cyanotypes. Also included are photos of the San Francisco earthquake, 1906.


A photograph album associated with John Stedman Ward. Album mainly features photographs of men, women, and children in outdoor settings, including Easton's Beach. Album also includes several photos...


Record Album of "Proudly We Sing," by the Thompson Junior High School Concert Choir '72. The album cover features a red and white background with a black and white photograph of the choir. The albu...


Record album titled "Music from the Vatican" by Aniceta Shea, Soprano. The front cover features a drawing of Aniceta Shea with the Vatican visible in the background.


Small booklet bound with cotton thread. Almanac for state of Rhode Island in 1805.


Small booklet bound with cotton thread. Printed almanac for year 1812 for New England. Booklet had been bound with new cover bearing the title, "Almanack, R.I. 1812. 

2018.001.007
Alms Dish
1750 – 1800

Felt-lined alms box with dark wood exterior and yellow-orange felt interior. Rectangular with a small handle on one side.


Wood diptych with brass hinge. Center of front and back cover are painted black. When opened the left panel shows a painted four leaf clover and the words 'four Leaf Clover Wrecked at Seaconnet Aug...

P9359
Ambrotype
1852 – 1880

Ambrotype of Mary Topham Goddard Stacy. Subject is wearing a dark colored gown. She is wearing a large black bonnet that ties under the chin. Her hair is pulled up, parted in the middle. Her hands,...

P9358
Ambrotype
1852 – 1880

Ambrotype of Mary Topham Goddard Stacy. Glass of ambrotype is cracked and is missing a small portion. Subject is wearing a printed fabric top with a lace collar and a possible broach at center of n...

65.4.1 AB
Andiron
1750 – 1775

Flat disk feet, columnar balusters swell into a vase shape; finials are large spheres; small balusters serve as log stops. Iron billet bar. These andirons with disk feet and vase shaped balusters...


Turned brass andirons.


Brass andirons; turned posts; two feet ending in balls; one decorative peg is missing.


Brass andirons; turned; ball feet.


Pair of andirons that have a flat, rounded, saucer top; six hooks graduating in size from top to bottom; separate top hook curves over and down. Holds # W 1974.34.1


Iron andirons; key shaped with open circle top; turned post that is flat on backside; square area near base has "2" in relief; two feet.

2012.52 AB
andirons
1760 – 1820

Set of brass and iron andirons from the Robinson House, located at 64 Washington Street.


Pair of small andirons, turned column with decorative legs to ball feet.


Hand carved wooden horse w/ missing ears, piece of ribbon wrapped around neck for a bridle and a small piece of maroon velvet tied on his back w/ string.


Small galloping horse, black-painted cast iron, part of a larger toy. Two holes through flanks may have been for attaching shafts of a vehicle.


Painted wooden horse and rider has a wooden base with runners for the horse's feet. The horse is painted dark brown with white fetlocks and wears blinders. The rider wears a baggy blue outfit with ...


Announcement for the opening of the Old Stone Mill Tea Room.


Announcement for the opening of the Muenchinger-King Hotel for "the season," 1934.

2009.23.2
annual report
March 18 1887

Light green/blue paperback, saddle stitch binding. Cover is stamped, "Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association, Deerfield, Mass." Inside cover has a newspaper clipping glued in summarizing a special m...

2009.23.1
annual report
March 19 1886

Green, staple bound annual report of the Newport Historical Society. Cover is stamped, "Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association, Deerfield, Mass." 44 pages.


Clear glass retangular bottle. Round neck with no stopper. 'Caswell Hazard & Co/Chemists/New York & Newport,' embossed on one side.


An English tin-glazed (delft) Eathernware pharmaceutical pitcher. The inscription on front "S. LVIVLA" surrounded by decoration in light blue; round shape with handle and spout; set on a cone shape...

89.9.12
Apron
1938 – 1943

Short, bib type carpenter's apron, muslin ties; natural color canvas, printed in orange & black; 2 pockets for nails. Supplied by Newport Lumber Company, Company 311, 52 Bridge Street, Newport,...

40.7.19
Apron
circa 1905

White Tea Apron, small trim with wide edging and insertion of embroidered net (rather course).

D352
Apron
circa 1875

White, Lady's Apron; ties around waist, heavily embroidered.

D351
Apron
1875 – 1885

White; cross bar dimity. Similar to D350, but with heavier edging.

D220
Apron
1870 – 1920

"Pinner" type, no strings. Blue and white plaid linen.

D350
Apron
19th century

Pinafore Style, Cross-bar dimity apron. Machine seams, trimmed with heavy tatting for a young girl.


Plain white child's apron. Some ruching at the waistline with matching white ties.


Off white apron with three tier detail along the hemline.

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