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Clam House Dining Room, Rocky Point, R.I.

Clam House Dining Room, Rocky Point, R.I.

Clam House Dining Room, Rocky Point, R.I.

House for 'Clam Bake' at Rocky Point, R.I.

Clam House Dining Room, Rocky Point, R.I.

Clam House Dining Room, Rocky Point, R.I.

Clam Bake, Rocky Point, R.I.

Clam House Dining Room, Rocky Point, R.I.

Clam Bake, Rocky Point, R.I.

New England Clam Bake.

House for 'Clam Bake' at Rocky Point, R.I.

Clam House Dining Room, Rocky Point, R.I.

Clam House Dining Room, Rocky Point, R.I.

Clam House, Block Island.

Clam House Dining Room, Rocky Point, R.I.

House for 'Clam Bake' at Rocky Point, R.I.

House for 'Clam Bake' at Rocky Point, R.I.

Clam House Dining Room, Rocky Point, R.I.

Clam House, Block Island.

New England Clam Bake.

Clam House Dining Room, Rocky Point, R.I.

Clam House Dining Room, Rocky Point, R.I.

DINNER [held by] NEW ENGLAND CLAM BAKE AND RESTAURAN [at] "WORLD'S FAIR GROUNDS, CHICAGO, IL;" (REST;)

DINNER [held by] NEW ENGLAND CLAM BAKE AND RESTAURAN [at] "WORLD'S FAIR GROUNDS, CHICAGO, IL;" (REST;)

Atlantic City, Double Page Plate No. 15 [Map bounded by Clam Creek, Absecon Inlet, Mediterranean Ave., North Carolina Ave.]

Atlantic City, Double Page Plate No. 16 [Map bounded by Beach Thoroughfare, Clam Creek, Marmorah Ave.]

The clam digger.

The clam digger.

OLD-FASHIONED RHODE ISLAND CLAM BAKE [held by] OLYMPIC CLUB OF NEW YORK [at] "BAY SHORE, NY" (OTHER [PRIVATE];)

OLD-FASHIONED RHODE ISLAND CLAM BAKE [held by] OLYMPIC CLUB OF NEW YORK [at] "BAY SHORE, NY" (OTHER [PRIVATE];)

OLD-FASHIONED RHODE ISLAND CLAM BAKE [held by] OLYMPIC CLUB OF NEW YORK [at] "BAY SHORE, NY" (OTHER [PRIVATE];)

OLD-FASHIONED RHODE ISLAND CLAM BAKE [held by] OLYMPIC CLUB OF NEW YORK [at] "BAY SHORE, NY" (OTHER [PRIVATE];)

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