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Image of a hand-tinited lantern slide of Miss Dicken’s dog Foxy on Block Island, Rhode Island.See also:Department of Economic Development - Videotapes, Tourism, 1977-1992Development Council photographs, circa 1945-1980The Book of Rhode Island,…


Image of a hand-tinted lantern slide of a bunch of milk reeds in Newport, Rhode Island.See also:Newport: A Lively Experiment, 1639-1969 by Rockwell Stensrud, 2006 Rhode Island Historical Preservation Commission: Statewide Preservation Reports, 1975…


Image of a hand-tinted lantern slide of the surf at Matunuck in South Kingstown, Rhode Island.See also: Rhode Island Historical Preservation Commission: Statewide Preservation Reports, 1975 - 1982 Rhode Island Historical Preservation Commission:…


Image of a hand-tinted lantern slide of Lincoln Park in Lincoln, Rhode Island.Although an area, known as Quinsnicket pond, and seventy-one acres was purchased in the fall of1908 for $3,000 from the Stephen H. Smith family of Franklin, Massachusetts,…


Image of a black-and-white lantern slide of a house on the water in Rhode Island.


Image of a black-and-white lantern slide of the Falls at Centerdale on Woonasquatucket River in North Providence, Rhode Island.See also: Historic and Architectural Resources of North Providence, Rhode Island: A Preliminary report, 1978 April…


Image of a hand-tinted lantern slide on East Greenwich as seen from the east side of the Bay.See also:Department of Economic Development - Videotapes, Tourism, 1977-1992Development Council photographs, circa 1945-1980The Book of Rhode Island,…


Image of a black-and-white lantern slide of 1 ft. deep snow in the woods in East Greenwich, Rhode Island.See also:Department of Economic Development - Videotapes, Tourism, 1977-1992Development Council photographs, circa 1945-1980The Book of Rhode…


Image of a black-and-white lantern slide of Dickens Point located in Block Island, Rhode Island.See also:Department of Economic Development - Videotapes, Tourism, 1977-1992Development Council photographs, circa 1945-1980The Book of Rhode Island,…


Image of a black-and-white lantern slide of the Cumberland Mills Falls located in Cumberland, Rhode Island.


Image of a hand-tinted lantern slide of Cumberland Mills located in Cumberland, Rhode Island.


Image of a hand-tinted lantern slide of a corn mill located in Jamestown, Rhode Island.See also:Rhode Island Historic Preservation and Heritage Commission: Rhode Island Historic Architectural Resources of Jamestown, 1995


Image of black-and-white lantern slide of the Columbus statute in Columbus Square located in Providence, Rhode Island. Cast in 1893, the statue of Columbus that stands on Elmwood Avenue was produced by the Gorham Manufacturing Company who…


Image of a hand-tinted lantern slide of a Carolina Poplar and the back of a White Oak.


Image of a hand-tinted lantern slide of a Brook in Glocester, RI with Phoebe’s nest under bridge. See also:Archaeology Series No. 166 – 1R Highway Improvements to Route 44 Contract 3C, Glocester, Rhode Island, 2010-2012 Dorr Rebellion -…


Image of black-and-white lantern slide of the Blackstone River in Central Falls, Rhode Island.See also:Vicinity of Berkeley Bridge No. 769, Martin Street Canal Bridge No. 774 and Blackstone Canal, 2004


Image of a hand-tinted lantern slide of the Blackstone River below Manville, Rhode Island.See also:Vicinity of Berkeley Bridge No. 769, Martin Street Canal Bridge No. 774 and Blackstone Canal, 2004


Images of two black-and-white and hand-tinted lantern slides of the Beavertail Lighthouse located in Jamestown, Rhode Island.Prior to the establishment of a lighthouse at Beavertail, local Native Americans would keep pitch fires burning, to warn…


Image of Group of surviving veterans of the Seventh Regiment, Rhode Island Volunteers at their annual reunion at Soldiers' Home, Bristol, R.I. September 8, 1897. Ex-Gov. John W. Davis of R.I.; Maj. Gen. Zenas R. Bliss, U.S.A. retired; Maj. Ethan A.…


Image of Members of Battery D, First Rhode Island Light Artillery, Veteran Association at Roger Williams Park, June 1891. John S. Gorton; John Rathbone; John Brod; Joseph W. Corey; Charles Gallagher; Charles E. May; Ezra K. Parker; Charles W.…

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