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Page 27, Spencer Street
  • photographs
  • Photograph of a French roof barn at 8 Spencer Street dating from c. 1867
Page 74, Providence
  • photographs
  • Photograph of a stagecoach and horse
Page 5, Brown Street; Power Street
  • photographs
  • Photograph of the stable, cow barn, coach house, and service building erected in the rear of the mansion on Brown Street in 1806. Photograph taken in 1945.
Page 8, Power Street
  • photographs
  • Photograph of the house and barn erected by John Holden Greene in 1822 at 154 Power Street. Photograph taken in 1945.
Page 11, Smith Street
  • photographs
  • Photograph of the old barn on the Eaton estate at 727 Smith Street, erected c. 1830. Photograph taken in 1940.
Page 12, Hope Street; Charles Field Street
  • photographs
  • Photographs of the barn erected c. 1840 on the Dexter Asylum grounds and the neo-Greek house and stable erected c. 1840 by William Foster. Photograph taken in 1945.
Page 4, Eaton Street
  • photographs
  • Photograph of the barn erected c. 1800 on the Winsor Farm at 416 Eaton Street, then in North Providence
Page 6, Bowen Street; Benefit Street
  • photographs
  • Photograph of wood house and depedencies erected in 1811 on Bowen Street (on the Roger Williams home lot) by Sullivan Dorr
Page 9, College Street
  • photographs
  • Photograph of the carriage house and stable erected at 42 College Street by Truman Beckwith (John Holden Greene, architect, ) in 1827.
Page 10, South Main Street
  • photographs
  • Photograph showing the adjacent Benoni Cooke and Rufus Greene houses erected c. 1828 at 114 South Main Street
Page 14, George Street; Hope Street
  • photographs
  • Photograph of the stable built by Amos D. Smith c. 1850 in the rear of his house at 169 Hope Street.
Page 15, Benefit Street; Williams Street
  • photographs
  • Photograph of the stable and coach house erected in the rear of the Joseph Nightingale house at 365 Benefit Street (1791) c. 1850