21: "Grey Crag," Residence of J. Mitchell Clark, Built by M. A.
McCormick; Residence of August Belmont, remodeled by M. A. McCormick.
No larger image||Page
22: Downing's shoes and milliner. A. & H. G. Hammett lumber and
hardware. J. S. Jones tailor. Andrews Express moving and storage. Henry
J. Hass florist. J. F. Marden stoves, roofing, J. E. Kavanagh; T. A.
Hackett; W. K. Covell.|
23: Picture: Soldiers' Monument on Broadway. L. N. Vaughan optician.
Gardner S. Perry coal and wood. Fred Lundholm tailor. Mrs. A. E.
Westall confectionery. I. X. L. Company furnishings, M. B. Atwater; M.
J. Barrett. William T. Libby baker.||Page
24: Howard & Co. jewelry. William W. Ernst photographer.
National Exchange Bank, Edward A. Brown; David Braman; George H. Proud.
A. L. Audrain.|
|Page 25: Bellevue Avenue Opposite Audrain's Block; Kay Street. No larger image.||Page
26: Photo: The Navy Branch of the Y.M.C.A. Geo. A. Weaver hardware.
Barker Brothers plumbers. Wm. B. Scott hardware. Newport Foundry and
Machine Corp. A. Stewart & Son livery. Boston Grocery, O. F.
Wilcox. John M. Callahan pharmacist.|
27: Pictures: Bath Road; At Newport Beach; The Cliff Walk; Yacht Club
Wharf. Stark Bros. garage and taxi. Ernst Voigt bottler. Robert A.
Smith contractor. Cassim's La Cafe Young Martin.||Page
28: A. C. Landers & Son toys. M. McColl electrical contractor.
Jennings clothing. R. C. Cottrell undertaker. Newton & Smith
footwear. Old City Hall Novelty Shop, Daniel E. Sullivan.|
29: Clifton House; C. O. Berghman. Benj. F. Tanner builder. Kazanjian
Co.; A. H. Bozyan, Bedros Kazanjian, rugs, etc. F. Cohen, tailor. Wm.
Stanhope, garage. C. J. Esleeck, tires. Tollefson & Dewick, fish.||Page
30: Pictures: Thames Street Opposite Boston Store; Thames Street from
Pelham Street. King McLeod Co. The Boston Store. Abram Almy Co. coal
and wood. G. C. McLeish, jeweler.|
31: Pictures: Thames Street Opposite Library; Thames Street Opposite
Colonial Theatre. E. Boudreau & Son, tailors. Louis E. Tilley,
cigars and periodicals. P. F. Fagan & Kelly contractors.||Page
32: Charles Tisdall Co. meat and groceries. Aquidneck Machine Works
& Garage. Thomas R. Curtis livery stable. Lalli Brothers tailors.
Sullivan Brothers plumbers. D. J. Sullivan coal and wood.|
33: Corson Cottages. Henry Biesel & Son leather goods. James M.
Meikle mason. New York Ladies' Artistic Tailor B. Leffler. Newport
Transportation Co. Michael J. Buckley.||Page
34: The Colonial Theatre. Lehnert & Alexander hairdressers.
Mendelsohn's Art Gallery. Thomas C. Riley bicycles and motorcycles.
Cleveland House, E. V. Moriarty|
35: Peckham Company yacht automobile and building supplies. Savings
Bank of Newport Wm. H. Hammett, Wm. Paine Sheffield, Wm. P. Carr. James
Openshaw plumbers. John M. Friend mason. Udall & Ballou jewelers.
C. A. Easterbrooks fish. Bonnetat French Laundry.||Page
36: Landers & Peckham butter, eggs, teas & coffees. Lofblad's
Restaurant. Frank L. Collins market. George S. Slocum Estate, W. J.
McCarthy machinist. Maurice Butler plumber. Neil McLennan tailor. Baker
Electric cars, K. Bostel. Rugen Studio photographer.|
37: William Jurgens florist. John F. Sullivan contractor (pictured:
10-horse truck). Revere Market, G. T. Mathewson, C. B. Angel. A. O'D.
Taylor real estate. Desfossez House A. Bindon.||Page
38: Pictures: View Near Ferr Wharf, Jamestown; Old Mill, Summer at the
Sanitarium. Jamestown Tea Rooms, L. B. Hammett. J. E. Watson
grocer. The Gardner House, Mr. Littlefield. Dr. Bates Sanitarium.|
39: Bay Voyage Hotel, Mr. Carry. Bay View Hotel, Earnest L. Caswell. E.
Minoux baker. Tollefson & Dewick fish, George A. Barker. J. Howard
Ellis, telephone, meats & groceries. Samuel Smith & Son
florist. Jamestown Garage, Ferdinand Armbrust. F. Armburst, plumber.||Page
40: Pictures: St. Mathew's Episcopal Church; View in Hotel Section,
Jamestown; Residence of S. W. Woodward, Jamestown; Water Front,
Jamestown. Mesdames Coates & Jones dressmakers. C. E. Weeden real
estate, A. W. Luther. Jamestown Pharmacy, H. P. Falcon.|
41: The Bingham hotel. Robert Haire plumber. James T. O'Connel ships
candlery. B. F. Burton's Transfer Express. Picture of Long Wharf
looking towards Newport.|