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1 (Salve Regina University) Photographs of university properties, 1947/2001 (bulk 1965/1999)
approximately 1250 photographs (21.05 linear feet: 18 binder boxes and 1 oversize flat storage box)
Photographic material related to the buildings, landscapes, and artworks owned by the university.
Repository: Salve Regina University Archives
2 Baker, (Anne "Pete") Records, 1978/2011
15 linear feet; x architectural drawings other
The collection includes architectural drawings and related project records for historic restoration work in Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
Repository: Roger Williams University
3 Brown (Jean) papers on the William Watts Sherman House, 1840/1995 (bulk 1995/1995)
0.25 Linear feet
The collection contains research materials and notes on the William Watts Sherman House, the Sherman family, architecture, and interior design collected or generated by Jean Margaret Young Brown as part of the Circle of Scholars at Salve Regina University.
Repository: Salve Regina University Special Collections
4 Cady (John Hutchins ) Map Collection, 1636/1962
22 folder(s), 3 drawers
The collection consists of 108 maps collected or created by John Hutchins Cady.
Repository: Providence Public Library Special Collections, Rhode Island Collection
5 Cady (John Hutchins) Research Scrapbooks, 1920/1965
2 linear feet (5 boxes)
The collection consists of eleven scrapbooks created by John Hutchins Cady, an architect, architectural historian, preservationist and urban planner.
Repository: Providence Public Library Special Collections, Rhode Island Collection
6 Carpenter, Jr. (Ralph E.) papers, 1870/2009 (bulk 1950/2006)
29.5 linear feet (15 record boxes, 1 document case, 1 half document case, 3 small flat boxes, 11 oversize flat boxes)
Ralph E. Carpenter, Jr., (1910-2009) was a respected connoisseur and collector of American decorative arts, instrumental in various historical preservation projects throughout Newport, Rhode Island. This collection consists of his correspondence, subject files, personal records, research materials, photographs, and scrapbooks documenting his career, historical preservation pursuits, and other personal interests.
Repository: Redwood Library and Athenaeum
7 Collection on Goelet furnishings, 1882/1896
.208 linear feet (1 half document box)
Photocopies documenting the provenance and disposition of furnishings, art, and other objects purchased by Ogden Goelet for his homes in New York City and Newport. Includes English translations of receipts and correspondence from French companies.
Repository: Salve Regina University Special Collections
8 Harrington (Richard B.) Papers, 1788/1989 (bulk 1927/1952)
5 linear feet
The collection contains materials relating to the history of architecture and architectural design in the United States and Europe collected by Richard B. Harrington.
Repository: John Hay Library
9 Holden (Wheaton) collection, 1845/1990
20 linear feet
Architectural historian and documentary filmmaker, Wheaton Holden was a specialist on the life and work of Robert Swain Peabody and Julius Adolph Schweinfurth. This collection contains mostly materials relating to Holden’s research on architect Robert Swain Peabody and his Boston-based firm Peabody and Stearns. Included are Peabody's diaries, reminiscences, writings, and processed copies of his correspondence. Also included are files on Peabody and Stearns building projects, with drawings, plans, photographs, and clippings. Finally the collection includes two videos created by Holden: The Peabody Touch and Providence Remembered.
Repository: Brown University Library
10 Hunt family papers, 1858/1899 (bulk 1878/1897)
0.01 linear feet (1 folder)
Letters addressed to members of the Hunt family, particularly renowned architect Richard Morris Hunt (1827-1895) and his wife Catherine Hunt (1830-1909), who were both summer residents of Newport, Rhode Island.
Repository: Redwood Library and Athenaeum
11 Hunter House Collection, 1745/1990
2 hollinger boxes, 1 oversized box
The Hunter House Collection is comprised of materials relating to the home’s various occupants, as well as some of the restoration activities carried out by the PSNC. The documents cover the period from circa 1745 until 1990.
Repository: The Preservation Society of Newport County
12 Hussey Collection plans and drawings, 1911/1938 (bulk 1917/1938)
116 items item(s)
The Hussey Collection plans and drawings consist primarily of bridge drawings and plans created by the State Board of Public Roads' Bridge Department (now RIDOT). The bulk of the collection was created under the supervision of Clarence L. Hussey, Bridge Engineer and State Engineer of Rhode Island from 1912-1925.
Repository: Rhode Island State Archives
13 Isaac Bell House Collection, 1879/1980
1 hollinger box
The Isaac Bell House Collection is comprised of materials relating to the home’s various occupants, spanning the period from 1879 until 1980. The collection includes images of the interior and exterior of the home from various points in its existence, as well as images from the families who lived there.
Repository: The Preservation Society of Newport County
14 Mason (Harold) Photograph Collection, 1910/1920
5 boxes (2 linear feet)
The Harold Mason Photograph Collection contains photographs and photographic postcards of domestic architecture and architectural elements of structures, specifically doorways, throughout Rhode Island.
Repository: Providence Public Library Special Collections, Rhode Island Collection
15 Miscellaneous Manuscripts Collection, 1703/2004
16 box(es)
The Miscellaneous Manuscripts Collection contains scrapbooks, photographs, letters, postcards, ledger books, ephemera, and artifacts the majority of which relate to Rhode Island subjects.
Repository: University of Rhode Island Library
16 Newport Collection, 1950/1970
1 hollinger box
The Newport Collection includes prints and negatives of Newport buildings restored and/or renovated by Fall River - Newport architect and preservation architect for the Preservation Society of Newport County, Thomas Marvell. Marvell was the nephew of Miss Alice Brayton of Green Animals.
Repository: The Preservation Society of Newport County
17 Rosecliff Collection, 1879/1980
1 hollinger box, 2 oversized boxes
The Rosecliff Collection is comprised of materials relating to the social activities of the home’s various occupants, the interior decoration carried out by the multiple owners, and the home’s architecture. The documents cover the period from circa 1874 until 1990.
Repository: The Preservation Society of Newport County
18 Saalman (Howard) papers, 1958/1993
1.5 linear feet
The collection contains Howard Saalman's research notes, publications, drawings, and photographs on Italian Renaissance architecture.
Repository: John Hay Library
19 Stuart Duncan estate architectural records, 1911/1919
1.25 linear feet (half document case, 2 small rolls of architectural drawings, 1 large roll of architectural drawings)
This collection consists of architectural drawings and other documents from John Russell Pope and the Olmsted Brothers for Stuart Duncan’s estate, Bonniecrest, in Newport, Rhode Island.
Repository: Redwood Library and Athenaeum
20 Tefft (Thomas Alexander) architectural drawings, 1844/1859
390 items
The collection comprises 390 architectural drawings dating from 1844-1859 by Rhode Island architect Thomas Alexander Tefft (1826-1859). These include public buildings (churches, schools, libraries, hospitals) and private residences, in addition to towers, gates, monuments and gravestones. In some cases, there are various elevations, views, and floor plans for the same structure. While many of the structures Tefft designed still stand, some were never built, and many have been destroyed. Tefft was a graduate of Brown University (Class of 1851).
Repository: John Hay Library

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