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Page 486, Tiverton
  • Boats, Bridges, Stone bridges, Water
  • Clipping describing the replacement of the Old Stone Bridge in Tiverton with a new 8-span bridge and the history of the bridges between Tiverton and Portsmouth
Page 136, Providence
  • Bridges, Cities & towns, Cityscapes, Rivers
  • Images looking north up the Seekonk River from Fort Hill and capturing India Point Bridge, Washington Toll Bridge, and Red Bridge
Page 37, Bristol
  • Bridges
  • Clipping of the Mount Hope Bridge lighted up for Thanksgiving
Page 415, Division Street
  • Bridges, Rivers, Roads, Trees
  • Clipping of a photograph of the Division Street Bridge
Page 105, Providence
  • Bridges, Cityscapes, Rivers, Ships
  • Clipping featuring the view of Providence River from Point Street Bridge (c. 1890)
Page 110, Providence
  • Bridges, Railroads, Rivers, Ships, Trees
  • Image featuring the Seekonk River Bridge circa 1880
Page 114, Providence
  • Bridges, Harbors, Piers & wharves, Railroads, Rivers, Ships, Transportation industry
  • Images of Providence Harbor, the Seekonk River, and bridges
Page 109, Providence
  • Bridges, Covered bridges, Harbors, Railroads, Rivers, Ships, Trees
  • Clipping featuring the old covered bridge at one time spanning the Providence River
Page 111, Providence
  • Bridges, Buildings, Cityscapes, Covered bridges, Railroads, Rivers, Ships
  • Clipping from the Providence Sunday Journal featuring the Washington Bridge and its predecessor (1886)
Page 119, Point Street
  • Bridges, Rivers, Steamships
  • Image of the east side of Providence river and Crawford Street Bridge and photograph of the installation of the Point Street bridge in August, 1927
Page 110, Cumberland
  • Bridges, Lily pads, Trees, Water
  • Clipping of a photograph of the Washington Highway Bridge at Ashton
Page 84, Cranston
  • Bridges, Houses, Mills, Rivers, Stonework, Trees
  • Clipping of images of the Pawtuxet Bridge and the grist mill as it looked in 1890 and at the time the photograph was taken.