Newport County RI Postcards & Pictures, Page 3

Newport County Postcards & Pictures

Page 3
Part of the Newport County, Rhode Island, USGenWeb Project

All these original postcards and pictures from "View" books, unless otherwise noted, were printed before World War I, usually before 1910.
All the images are copyrighted by Susan White Pieroth, 2002-5, and are provided for individual use only. They are not to be posted on other web sites, or published in any form without specific permission. 
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Newport, Rhode Island
Thames St. and Newport Trust Co. [at the very left - gone now] Franklin Street is at the right. Carnival Week, Aug. 6 - 11, 1906. Thames Street en Fete. The Hess-Leys store is #153 Reading Room, Newport, R. I. "Old Liberty Tree, Newport." This is the corner of Thames and Farewell Streets. The property was deeded by William Read in 1766.
Bellevue Ave. The Casino is in the next block on the left. Bellevue Avenue, the Adrian Building at the front, the Casino is the second building. Casino and Bellevue Ave., Newport "At the Casino" Newport about 1905
Redwood Library - Bellevue Avenue Bellevue Ave., Newport Clarke Street with Trinity Church Kay Street
The Muenchinger-King & Cottages, Gustave A. & Amanda S. Muenchinger, Proprietors. 38 Bellevue Av., Newport, R. I. White House- between Redwood & Catherine. Still there. "Lover's Lane" is now called Rhode Island Avenue. Old Home Week Carnival-Painter's Float. Old Home Week, Newport - Washington Square. The Brick Market is at the left. The trolley advertises a Carnival. "Oliver Hazard Perry 'The Hero of Lake Erie'" is on the arch.
Sayer House, Gen. Prescott's Headquarters. Spring Street, Newport Touro Park and the "Old Stone Mill". Also called the "Round Tower" or "Viking Tower". The Channing Monument is at the left. The "Vernon House" Headquarters of Gen. Rochambeau 1780-81. Located on Clarke St.
City Hall, Townsend Industrial School and New High School [Rogers]. The top floor of City Hall was replaced after a 1925 fire. Rogers High School, Broadway, Newport. Before 1912. History of Rogers High School. Newport Armory R. I. State Armory. For an enlargement of just the men, click here.
Bird's Eye View from Southwest Newport. Hospital. "Fire Proof Automobile Garage; Connected with the Marine and Automobile Repair Plant of Newport Engineering Works, 359-367 Thames Street." 1907 Masonic Temple The Governor Bull House, oldest house in R.I. until in burned before W.W.I. Built in part in 1639 by Henry Bull, Governor under the Royal Charter.
Golf Club House Eastons Beach Newport Bathing Beach Beach. Newport. [Love the bathing suits.]

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