TitleRhode Island Resort Architecture by McKim, Mead & White
CreatorSmith, Eugenia, Mrs.
Volume II of an academic dissertation by Eugenia Brandenburger Smith written in 1964. The title of the dissertation is "Rhode Island Architecture by McKim, Mead & White." Compiled in the dissertation are photographs and floorplans of the following homes:
Robinson House located at 64 Washington Street; Dennis House located at 59 Poplar Street; William S. Child Schoolhouse located at 11 Chestnut Street; John W. Bigelow Barn (or Carriage House) located at 79 Second Street; Katharine Prescott Wormeley House located at 2 Red Cross Avenue; Kingscote located at 253 Bellevue Avenue; Newport Casino on the Western end of Bellevue Avenue; Narragansett Pier Casino located at 35 Ocean Road in Narragansett, Rhode Island; Samuel Tilton House located at 12 Sunnyside Place; Isaac Bell House on 70 Perry Street; Robert Goelet House (also known as "Ochre Point" and "Southside") on the corner of Narragansett Avenue and Ochre Point Avenue; Francis L. Skinner House on 6 Red Cross Avenue; Samuel Coleman House (also known as "Boxcroft") on 7 Redcross Avenue; William Starr Miller House on the West side of Bellevue Avenue; LeRoy King House ("Berkeley House") located on the corner of Bellevue Avenue and Berkely Avenue; Glover-Howe House ("Berry Hill") at 25 Hammersmith Road; John H. Glover House ("Belvoir") located near 66 Beacon Hill Road; George Gordon King House ("Edgehill") at 31 Beacon Hill Road; William J. Low House located at 3 Low Lane in Bristol, Rhode Island; Commodore William Edgar House ("Sunnyside Place") at 25 Old Beach Road; Henry Augustus Coit Taylor House that formerly stood on Annandale Road; Edwin Denison Morgan House ("Beacon Rock") at 147 Harrison Avenue; and Rosecliff located at 548 Bellevue Avenue.
Credit LineGift of Eugenia Brandenburger Smith
Object Typeacademic dissertations
Dennis House, The
Isaac Bell House