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Providence, R.I.

Trinity Square, early 1900's

Providence Fire Company No. 3, Douglas Avenue, early 1900s

Providence City Hall and Soldier's Monument, circa 1905

A view of the Providence waterfront with coal steamers, card postmarked 1905

Another view of the Providence waterfront, circa 1909

The Brown & Sharpe Company plant, about 1907

A card showing Old Home Week crowds in Providence, postmarked 1908

Elmwood and Resevoir avenues, 1909

Field's Point, postmarked 1909

Westminster St., circa 1910

Market Square, looking east, circa 1910

Cathedral Square, showing the front of the Cathedral and the Doyle monument, circa 1910

View of Providence, circa 1910

St. Michael's Church, which was the largest Irish parish in the city.

A portrait of factory workers at an unidentified Providence mill, date unknown. The photograph was taken by W.W. Nicholas, Landscape & Machinery Photographer, 1033 High St., Providence. Can you identify any of these men?

The Nickel Theater, Westminster St., 1912

Industrial Trust Co. Building, 1912

Providence Post Office, card postmarked 1919

Exchange Place, with a direct view of the Post Office, circa 1920s