Negative, Glass Plate

Object number
October 1901
A glass plate negative depicting Rockry Hall, a Gothic Revival style house located at the intersection of Bellevue Avenue and Narragansett Avenue. Architectural features include a stone exterior, a steeply pitched center roofline, a carved porte-cochere with balcony, and overall carved detailing. A striped tent or awning can be seen covering the balcony. Stairs with potted plants are visible through trees at left. Ivy covers a large portion of the house; trees, vines and other shrubs surround the drive pictured at foreground.
Bellevue Avenue
Narragansett Avenue
Rockry Hall
Related People & Organizations
Mills, M.P. (associated)
Sumner, Albert (associated)
Bradford, Seth (associated)