Negative, Glass Plate

Object number
circa 1914
A glass plate negative depicting the Andrew Robeson House (1853), also known as Elm Court. The house is located at the the intersection of Bellevue Avenue and East Bowery Street. Architectural features include varied rooflines, a roofline molding, arched and rectangular windows, chimneys, and a porch (facing opposite street). Trees and hedges surround the house; a sidewalk and fire hydrant can be seen at foreground. An additional building can be seen behind the house.
Credit Line
Newport Daily News
Andrew Robeson House
Bellevue Avenue
Bowery Street
Elm Court
Related People & Organizations
Robeson, Andrew (associated)
Work, Frank (associated)
Roche, C. Burke (associated)
Cary, Guy Fairfax (associated)