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An image of a Christmas Remembrances card from Upper Longfield in Bristol, Rhode Island

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An image of Hope Street in Bristol, Rhode Island

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Middletown House "Hey Bonnie Hall," Bristol; built 1805 by Hon. William DeWolf as a residence for his great granddaughter Alicia Hopton Middleton (standing in doorway).

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An image of the bull statutes at the entrance to Colt State Park located in Bristol, Rhode Island, c. 1970.See also:Development Council photographs, circa 1945-1980Records Created by Rhode Island. Department of Economic Development


An image of Easton's Beach located in Newport, Rhode Island, c. 1925.See also:Newport: A Lively Experiment, 1639-1969 by Rockwell Stensrud, 2006Rhode Island Historical Preservation Commission: Statewide Preservation Reports, 1975 - 1982


Various images depicting the construction and opening of the Washington Bridge in Rhode Island. The Washington Bridge carries Interstate 195 over the Seekonk River from Providence to East Providence, Rhode Island. The original (southern) span was…


Image of the trademark for Warwick Old Sparkling Ale manufactured by the Warwick Brewing Company located in Natick, Rhode Island.See also:Trademark records (SOS3.3.4), 1908-1972Guide to Department of State trademarks

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Image of the trademark for the Two Sevens Blended Whiskey blended and bottled by United Distillers Corporation located in Providence, Rhode Island.See also:Trademark records (SOS3.3.4), 1908-1972Guide to Department of State trademarks

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Image of the trademark for the To-Nac Company located on 20 Fletcher Avenue in Cranston, Rhode Island.See also:Trademark records (SOS3.3.4), 1908-1972Guide to Department of State trademarks

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Image of the trademark for Stylemaid Footwear manufactured by David Harley Company located in Pawtucket, Rhode Island.See also:Trademark records (SOS3.3.4), 1908-1972Guide to Department of State trademarks

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Image of the trademark for Shiner Cloths manufactured by Shiner Products Company located in Providence, Rhode Island.See also:Trademark records (SOS3.3.4), 1908-1972Guide to Department of State trademarks

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Image of the trademark for Santa Rose American Port Wine manufactured and bottled by Romano Vineyards located in East Greenwich, Rhode Island.See also:Trademark records (SOS3.3.4), 1908-1972Guide to Department of State trademarks

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Image of the label for Rhode Island Special Ale brewed by the Rhode Island Brewing Company located in Pawtucket, Rhode Island.See also:Trademark records (SOS3.3.4), 1908-1972Guide to Department of State trademarks

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Image of the trademark for the Red Capsules Chemical Company located in Providence, Rhode Island.See also:Trademark records (SOS3.3.4), 1908-1972Guide to Department of State trademarks

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Image of the trademark for the Liberty Bleaching Water Company located at 35 Lewis Street in Central Falls, Rhode Island.See also:Trademark records (SOS3.3.4), 1908-1972Guide to Department of State trademarks

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Image of the Yankee, 100% Pure Pennsylvania Motor Oil refined expressly for Jack Harry's Auto Stores trademark located in Pawtucket, Rhode Island.See also:Trademark records (SOS3.3.4), 1908-1972Guide to Department of State trademarks

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Image of the Independent Milk Dealers of Rhode Island trademark.See also:Trademark records (SOS3.3.4), 1908-1972Guide to Department of State trademarks

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Image of the trademark for Gerry and Slocum TV Service. See also:Trademark records (SOS3.3.4), 1908-1972Guide to Department of State trademarks

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Image of the trademark for the Quesnel French & Italian Tobacco Company located on 494 Broad Street in Central Falls, Rhode Island.See also:Trademark records (SOS3.3.4), 1908-1972Guide to Department of State trademarks

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Image of the Connecticut Yankee Brand Straight Whiskey bottled by United Distillers Corporation located in Providence, Rhode Island label, circa 1936.See also:Trademark records (SOS3.3.4), 1908-1972Guide to Department of State trademarks

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