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Corner Marlborough and Farewell Streets, Newport
  • Houses, Streets, Taverns (Inns)
  • Image shows the White Horse Tavern and houses at the corner of Marlborough and Farewell Streets.
Blackstone Canal
  • Abandoned buildings, Canals, Taverns (Inns), Trails & paths
  • Front view of an abandoned tavern, a large house with clapboard siding and boarded up windows, located at the beginning of the Blackstone Canal tow path.
Sabin Tavern
  • Sabin Tavern
  • Buildings, Historic buildings, Taverns (Inns)
  • Sabin Tavern, Corner of South Main & Planet St Prov. R.I. Demolished about 1890. Copy of Memorial Tablet. "Sons of Liberty" Upon This Corner Stood The Sabin Tavern In Which On The Evening Of June 9th 1772 The Party met And Organized To Destroy H.R.M
  • View from the opposite corner of the street of the Sabin Tavern, a large multi-story house on the side of a hill.
Sabin Tavern
  • Sabin Tavern
  • Buildings, Historic buildings, Taverns (Inns)
  • Sabin Tavern, Corner of South Main & Planet St Prov. R.I. Demolished about 1890. Copy of Memorial Tablet. "Sons of Liberty" Upon This Corner Stood The Sabin Tavern In Which On The Evening Of June 9th 1772 The Party met And Organized To Destroy H.R.M
  • View from the opposite corner of the street of the Sabin Tavern, a large multi-story house on the side of a hill.
City Hotel
  • Buildings, Commercial facilities, Hotels, Taverns (Inns)
Sabin Tavern, where was struck "The First Blow for Independence" by the colonists, Providence, R.I. Capt. Abraham Whipple, famous sea captain
  • Sabin Tavern, where was struck "The First Blow for Independence" by the colonists, Providence, R.I. Capt. Abraham Whipple, famous sea captain
  • Buildings, Men, Taverns (Inns)
  • Illustrated collage postcard featuring the Sabin Tavern, Providence, R.I.
Old Hoyle Tavern formerly at the junction of Westminster and Cranston Sts., Providence, R.I.
  • Old Hoyle Tavern formerly at the junction of Westminster and Cranston Sts., Providence, R.I.
  • Buildings, Porches, Taverns (Inns)
  • Exterior view of the Old Hoyle Tavern, formerly at the junction of Westminster St. and Cranston St., Providence, R.I.
Page 409, Pawtucket
  • Carriages & coaches, Eating & drinking facilities, Houses, Taverns, Taverns (Inns), Trees
  • Photograph and postcard of the Pidge Tavern, also known as "Mr. Sayles' Tavern"
Page 449, Putnam Pike
  • Roads, Taverns, Taverns (Inns), Trees
  • Photographs of Paine Tavern and Greenville Tavern on Putnam Pike Road (bottom photo 1955).
Door of the Lillibridge House (Pitts Head Tavern), Charles Street
  • Door of the Lillibridge House (Pitts Head Tavern), Charles Street
  • Pediments, Taverns (inns)
  • Image shows front steps and doorway of the Lillibridge House (Now Pitt's Head Tavern). Door has a pediment above. Photograph is taken at original location on Charles Street, it was later moved to it's current location at 77 Bridge Street.
Interior view of Dining Room at White Horse Tavern
  • Interior view of Dining Room at White Horse Tavern
  • Dining rooms, Dining tables, Historic sites, Interiors, Tables, Taverns (Inns)
  • Interior view showing a dining table set for six in the dining room at the White Horse Tavern. A fireplace and serving station are in background.
View of Pitt's Head Tavern
  • View of Pitt's Head Tavern
  • Houses, Taverns (Inns)
  • Photograph shows the front of the Pitts Head Tavern, also known as Lillibridge house at it's original location on Charles Street. The house was later moved to it's current address at 77 Bridge Street.