|Lime Rock Light, Newport, showing Ida Lewis, the only woman lighthouse keeper in the world. Heroine of many brave rescues.||N. Y. Yacht Club Station, Newport||Newport Harbor.
This view was reproduced over and over for years, but this card mailed in 1905 is one of the earliest.
|A real photo postcard showing the Navy War College at the left.|
|Government Landing||Long Wharf, Newport. Behind the Brick Market||Fort Adams. View along the Shore Drive.||South From Long Wharf 1912|
|Washington Square about 1907||Washington Square. Behind the trolley is the State House. On the right is the Opera House.||Perry House and Opera House, from the Mall [Washington Square]. The Brick Market has the flag.||Washington Square. The Brick Market is far left.|
|Army and Navy Y. M. C. A. At the far right is the Old Colony House in Washington Square||Old State House, Newport, R. I. Usually called Old Colony House. Finished in 1739.||"Peanut Joe" Newport. He is in front of the State House. The cart says, "Joe A. Brangazio"||Thames Street showing the Aquidneck Bank on the left and Newport House on the right. Mailed in 1913.|
|Naval Boys on Parade and Thames Street. Talbot at the right is number 212.||Thames Street North from Mill St. Thames Street was paved with cobble stones in 1908.||Thames St. Looking North (from Cannon Street). The first white building on the right is the customs house built in 1829. The post office is in this location.||Post Office (formally known as the Custom House) Franklin and Thames Streets.|
|Peoples Library Thames Street. Union National Bank & Clarks News Room.||View on Thames Street. Masons Gents Furnishing. New York Book Co.||Ocean House (Bellevue Avenue)|
|Newport Artillery Co. (1741) and Second Baptist Church (1656) on Clarke Street.||Soldiers and Sailors Monument, Broadway. For a large size of the GAR sign, click here.||Odd Fellows Hall (plus Wards Book Store & National Exchange Bank), Washington Square.||The 5 and 10 Cent Store and the Army & Navy Y.M.C.A.|
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