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Panoramic View of College Hill and Statehouse
  • Panoramic View of College Hill and Statehouse
  • Aerial photographs, Cityscapes, Panoramic photographs
  • 1900
  • Panoramic view of College Hill and Statehouse. Possibly taken from the Unitarian Church steeple, looking north.
View of downtown Providence from College Hill
  • View of downtown Providence from College Hill
  • Aerial photography, Buildings, Churches, Religious facilities, Steeples
  • 1900
  • View of downtown Providence from College Hill. In the foreground of the image, College Hill residences are seen. In the background, the First Baptist Church and the Cove are visible.
View south from Fields Point
  • View south from Fields Point
  • 1900
  • A view looking south from Field's Point in Providence towards the Providence River. Sailboats and a wharf seen in the distance.
View of Providence from Prospect Terrance
  • View of Providence from Prospect Terrance
  • 1900
  • Panoramic view of Prospect Park overlooking the city skyline. Park benches and pedestrian paths are in the foreground.
View of Providence from Prospect Terrace
  • View of Providence from Prospect Terrace
  • 1900
View of Providence from Prospect Terrace
  • View of Providence from Prospect Terrace
  • 1900
View of Providence from Prospect Terrace
  • View of Providence from Prospect Terrace
  • 1900
Market Square
  • 1900
  • View of buildings and businesses along Market Square.
View of Church Which Burned in the 1900's
  • View of Church Which Burned in the 1900's
  • 1900
Field's Point, Providence
  • 1900
  • A view of Field's Point in Providence in winter. Images includes a pier and a group of wooden buildings and telephone poles along the water.
Equitable Building
  • 1900
  • Corner view of the Equitable Building, architects Walker & Gould c. 1875. Signs for Providence Coal Co. and an insurance company are visible.
Market Square
  • 1900
  • View of Market Square and surrounding buildings and businesses. The clock in Market House was moved from the Street Railway Depot.