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The Vernon house, Newport, R.I., headquarters of Rochambeau.

A south-west view of Newport.

State House, Newport.

Newport Ruin.

Newport Harbour, from the Blue Rocks.

[Group of people in front of a tipi.]

[Group of people sitting on rocks, in front of a tent and a tipi.]

[View of some beach goers sitting on the rocks.]

Beach view.

[View of a houses and boat landing.]

[View of the harbor.]

[View of a goat.]

View of Parade.

Newport Beach. General view.

[View of a residential neighborhood.]

View near Purgatory, Newport, R.I.

View of First Beach.

[View of the boats in the ocean.]

[View of a family sitting on the rocks and viewing the ocean.]

View near Purgatory, Newport, R.I.

[View of the harbor.]

[View of beach-front homes.]

Mann Avenue. Newport, R.I.

Old chair of State.

Old chair of State.

Mann Avenue. Newport, R.I.

Castle Rock.

Viewof Cliff Beach.

Scoring for the Race, Newport, R.I.

Old Mill at the Glen.

Gypsy Maid, owned by J.A. Williams.

[Coach on the beach.]

[Family prayer meeting.]

[Family gathering in the front porch.]

Wind Mill.

Touro Park in winter.

Redwood Library.

South West Point.

Touro Park in winter.

Fort Dumpter.

[Coachman holding the reins of horse with people in coach.]

Purgatory.

Steamboat 'Day Star.'

[Family posing in front and in the balcony of stone house.]

[Family posing in front and in the balcony of stone house.]

[Group playing croquet in front of house or boarding house.]

[Stone House.]

[Group playing croquet in front of house or boarding house.]

[Children in a goat cart in front of house.]

[Family posing in front and in the balcony of stone house.]

[House and beached sailboats.]

[Group playing croquet in front of house or boarding house.]

Interior of Fort Adams.

Old Town Newport, R.I., from the Old Church.

[Coaches, horseback rider and people on the beach and houses in the distance.]

[Coach on beach, and houses in the distance.]

[Coaches, horseback rider and people on the beach and houses in the distance.]

Purgatory.

Castle Rock.

[Children in goat cart on beach.]

Redwood Library.

[Coachman holding the reins of horse with people in coach.]

First Beach.

The Harbor.

Bass fishing, Newport.

The Harbor.

[Family prayer meeting.]

Old Stone Mill, Newport.

[Coach on the beach.]

[Old Stone Mill, Newport, R.I.]

R.I. Grist Mill, Middletown, R.I.

First Beach.

First Beach.

Negro Head.

Easton or Bailey Beach.

Jewish Synagogue.

[Group of people on the beach.]

Jewish Synagogue.

Cushing's Home.

Negrohead, Newport.

Pelham St. in winter.

Old Stone Mill.

[Children in goat cart on beach.]

Newport sailboat.

The Glen.

Redwood Library.

Wind Mill.

[Children in goat cart on beach.]

Bathing, Newport.

Purgatory.

[Children in goat cart on beach.]

[Family gathering in the front porch.]

[Girl on horseback in the beach.]

Stone Mill in winter.

Perry Statue.

[Group of people sitting on rocks, in front of a tent and a tipi.]

[Family posing in front and in the balcony of stone house.]

[Stone House.]

[Boat House.]

[Family posing in front and in the balcony of stone house.]

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