9646 Object Results

P9822
Negative
before 1938

A black and white negative (Kodak "Safety" film) depicting the Easton's Beach roller coaster and a large billboard. Automobiles and a pile of wodd are visible at foreground; billboard reads as foll...

P9818
Photograph
before 1916

A photograph depicting George H. Richardson, a long-time member of the staff of the Newport Historical Society. Richardson is pictured wearing a pinstripe suit with waitcoat and bow tie; he is most...


A photograph of the Colony House and the Levi Gale House, taken from Meeting Street. Trees in Washington Square are visible at right; an automobile is visible on the road at center. Structure at fo...


A stereograph depicting the Mrs. William M. Coles House, Bellevue Avenue at Dixon Street. House has a half-timbered exterior and is bordered by a fence and trees. Photographs by Joshua Appleby Will...


A photograph depicting a house at the corner of Cherry Street and Guerney Court. House appears to be dilapidated and abandoned; exterior is damaged, and vegetation is overgrown throughout. A wareho...


A matted photograph depicting Washington Square, looking east towards the Oliver Hazard Perry Monument. A parterre in the shape of an anchor is visible at foreground; a pool surrounded by flowers i...


A photograph depicting buildings at the corner of Spring and Church Streets. Two carriages and street railroad tracks are visible on Spring Street; hedges and a fence bordering Trinity Church's chu...


A matted photograph depicting buildings along Spring Street at the intersection of Mill Street. A fire hydrant and a streetlamp are visible at foreground; signs for Thomas E. Shea's Plumbing and "P...


A matted photograph depicting a street railroad car traveling down Levin Street near St. Mary's Church (see left). Road is covered in snow; signs on car read "BROADWAY" and "SNOW BIRD".


A matted photograph depicting Parkgate (later the Elks Lodge), a house located at the corner of Bellevue Avenue and Pelham Street. A fence, sidewalk, and leafless trees are visible at foreground.


A photograph of Stone Villa, located on Bellevue Avenue. House is partially covered in ivy at left; a porch supported by columns at right is obscured by tall plants. The property's yard is partly s...


A photograph of houses on Levin Street, looking west. The steeple of St. Mary's Church is visible in the background; an automobile can be seen at far right. Photograph by Jonas Bergner (1859-1936).


A matted photograph of Lime Rock Lighthouse; caption reads: "No. 250. 'Lime Rock Lighthouse' Ida Lewis Keeper." A small outbuilding and a fence are visible adjacent to the the lighthouse at left...


A matted photograph depicting Chateau-Nooga, located at the corner of Bellevue and Narragansett Avenues. The house is seen surrounded by several leafless trees and a fence. Photograph by Clarence...


A stereograph of the John Bansiter House on the corner of Spring and Pelham Streets. A carriage and three pedestrians are visible at center. Image by J.A. Williams (d. 1892). Printed label on re...


A photograph of stairs and railings from a second floor hall at the Hunter House. A religious statue is visible on a landing at center; photograph was most likely taken when the house served as a c...


A photograph of the interior of Trinity Church, looking towards the pulpit and altar. Low chandeliers are visible above the center aisle. A note handwritten on reverse reads: "K. Covell neg/Purchas...


A matted photograph of Washington Square, looking east towards the Oliver Hazard Perry Monument. The Oliver Hazard Perry House is visible at far right; the Zion Episcopal Church (later St. Joseph'...


A photograph of the reference materials and framed documents at the Newport Historical Society, located on the balcony of the Seventh Day Meeting House (south wall). Reverse suggests that photo wa...


A matted photograph depicting St. Joseph's Church (Zion Episcopal Church), St. Joseph's Rectory, and a house from Washington Square. Benches are visible at foreground.


A carte-de-visite depicting Richard Morris Hunt. Portrait appears in an oval shape; Hunt has a long moustache and wears a coat and necktie. Carte was produced in Nice, France by F. Chardonnet (lo...


A photographic portrait of Dr. Marcus Wheatland. This particular copy is a negative created using an original photograph.


A photograph of Joe Brangazio ("Peanut Joe") and a dog on Washington Square; photograph is probably printed from a glass plate negative. A cart with a sign reading "GOOD PEANUTS" is visible at lef...


A matted photograph depicting the ocean side facade of the Richard Baker House ("Westcliff"), located on Ledge Road (east side of Bailey's Beach). A path and lawn are visible at foreground; an uni...


A photograph of a staircase inside the Gidley-Breese House. The house was located on the corner of Thames and Gidley Streets. Two buckets are seen hanging from the stairs at top right. The door tow...


A photograph of the interior (believed to be the dining room) of the Gidley-Breese House. The house was located at the corner of Thames and Gidley Streets. The picture has a fireplace, three chairs...


A photograph of the "living room" of the Gidley-Breese House, located at the corner of Thames and Gidley Streets. Objects in the room include a fireplace, chairs, an upholstered chair, lamps, pictu...

P9297
Carte-de-visite
before July 31 1891

A carte-de-visite depicting a young boy wearing a jacket and necktie. Handwriting at bottom edge (front) reads: "J...[illegible]." Handwriting on reverse reads: Jacob Wa...[illegible]-/Gave this ...


A photograph of The Breakers (first), ocean facade. Large striped awnings are visible at the first level; the house is covered in ivy. Architectural features include two large gables, a balustrad...


A photograph depicting a large hall in The Breakers (first). A staircase flanks an archway at center; potted palms, chandeliers, and sconces are seen throughout. Room has a coffered ceiling and e...


A photograph of Trinity Church from Mill Street. The Coddington School is visible at right; Masonic Temple is visible in the background.


A black and white photograph of Washington Square, most likely printed from a glass plate negative. A circular flower bed is located at foreground; a fountain and statue of Oliver Hazard Perry are...


A matted photograph depicting the Park House and Levi Gale House, located at the top of Washington Square. Signage on the Park House reads: "Mrs. Wm. Alderson.". Photo was taken before the Levi G...


A photograph depicting a view of Broadway, looking north from Bull Street. A young boy is standing at foreground; street railroad cars and carriages are visible in the background. Photo was taken...


A matted portrait photograph of Frederick H. Prince (1959-1963), who is wearing a dark cravat and a white shirt. A handwritten note on reverse reads: "Dear Doris/Here is a friend of yours/that hop...


A transparency depicting Eolus, a steamship that provided service between Wickford, Rhode Island and Newport. Ship is most likely pictured in Newport Harbor.

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