CreatorWilliams, Joshua Appleby
A stereograph depicting the Theodore W. Phinney House (also called "Hilltop," later "Grosvenor House"), Ruggles Avenue. The Phinney House was constructed under the direction of Richard Morris Hunt, 1871-1872. A lawn with a large rock formation is visible at foreground; the house is located at center, and includes features such as a half-timbered exterior and a large porch. Printed/handwritten label on reverse reads: "Stereoscopic View of Finnies [sic] Villa/Views of all kinds, Large and Small, of Houses and Groups taken to Order, by the Original/J.A. WILLIAMS,/Post Office Address, No. 507. NEWPORT, R.I."
Theodore W. Phinney House
Related People & OrganizationsHunt, Richard Morris (associated)
Phinney, Theodore W. (associated)