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Image of 414-416 North Main Street located in Providence, Rhode Island.See also:Preston Collection photographs (GRS5.7c), circa 1920-1930Various postcards of Providence and Pawtucket, R.I., c. 1918-1919


Image of 369 North Main Street located in Providence, Rhode Island.See also:Preston Collection photographs (GRS5.7c), circa 1920-1930Various postcards of Providence and Pawtucket, R.I., c. 1918-1919


Image of 54 North Main Street in Providence, Rhode Island circa 1912.See also:Preston Collection photographs (GRS5.7c), circa 1920-1930Various postcards of Providence and Pawtucket, R.I., c. 1918-1919


Image of the Manton Mills located in Providence, Rhode Island.


Image of the Dyverville Mill located in Providence, Rhode Island.


Image of the Atlantic Mills located in Providence (Olneyville), Rhode Island. The Atlantic Mills complex dates back to 1851, when it started as the "Atlantic Delaine" factory for the manufacture of worsted textiles. The main surviving buildings were…


Image of Union Station in Providence, Rhode Island. Union Station describes two distinct defunct train stations in Providence, Rhode Island. The original Union Station was Providence's first, opening in 1847 to accommodate the needs of the newly…


Image of the Nicholson File Company located in Providence, Rhode Island. The Nicholson File Company, a major manufacturing firm in Providence, Rhode Island, was founded by William Thomas Nicholson (1834-1893) in 1864. Nicholson went into the…


Image of the Federal Building at Exchange Place in Providence, Rhode Island. The Federal Building is a historic post office, courthouse and custom house on Kennedy Plaza at Providence, Rhode Island. It is a courthouse for the United States District…


Image of Brown & Sharpe in Providence, Rhode Island. Brown & Sharpe was founded in Providence, Rhode Island by David Brown and his son Joseph R. Brown. The elder Brown retired in 1841 the younger Brown formed a partnership with Lucian Sharpe…


Image of the American Screw Co. in Providence, Rhode Island. The American Screw Company was organized in 1860, with a nominal capital of $1,000,000, and it immediately purchased the property of the Eagle Screw Company (1840) and New England Screw…


Image of a Police Parade, Oct 13, 1890, showing the mayor, governor, members of Congress, Legislatures, city Council and Police at City Hall. Handwritten caption reads, “Taken in front of City Hall, on occasion of Police Parade 1890, Oct 13th-…


Portrait of Patrick McCarthy by photographer Henry Koshiba.See also:Guide to the McCarthy-Bannon Family Collection


Patrick McCarthy’s official portrait as Mayor of Providence, Rhode Island.See also:Guide to the McCarthy-Bannon Family Collection


Photograph of Patrick J. McCarthy, Mayor of Providence, Rhode Island , 1907-1908, Bernard McCaughey, President of the Bernard McCaughey Furniture Co, Pawtucket, R.I., Edward J. McCaughey of the Home Bleach & Dye Works and John McMullen, South…


Image of Patrick McCarthy the Mayor of Providence, RI, sitting in chair holding Rhode Island Manual, 1905. Photographed by Edgar Hostner and Co., Providence, RI.See also:Guide to the McCarthy-Bannon Family Collection


Image of Patrick J. McCarthy and an unidentified man and woman in an office setting. Patrick McCarthy was Mayor of Providence, Rhode Island from January 1907 to January 1909.See also:Guide to the McCarthy-Bannon Family Collection


Image of the personal bookplate of Patrick Joseph McCarthy who was Mayor of Providence, Rhode Island from January 1907 to January 1909.See also:Guide to the McCarthy-Bannon Family Collection


Ceremonies and parade of ranks related to the transfer of State Battle Flags from the old State House on Benefit Street to the new State Capitol on Smith Hill, Saturday October 17, 1903. It was at the Butler Exchange (built 1873, demolished 1925)…


Providence 8 of the 8th month 1638 (so called)

In memorandum I Roger Wiliams
having formerly purchased of Caunounicus
& Miantunome this our situation or
plantation of New Providence viz the
two fresh Rivers Wanaquatuckit &
Mooshausick &…