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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.

Castle Rock.

View near Purgatory, Newport, R.I.

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

Viewof Cliff Beach.

[Stone House.]

[View of the harbor.]

[View of beach-front homes.]

Scoring for the Race, Newport, R.I.

[Boat House.]

Wind Mill.

Touro Park in winter.

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

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

Gypsy Maid, owned by J.A. Williams.

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

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

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

Old Mill at the Glen.

[Stone House.]

[Coach on the beach.]

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

[Family gathering in the front porch.]

Interior of Fort Adams.

[Family prayer meeting.]

Newport sailboat.

The Glen.

Old Stone Mill.

[Children in goat cart on beach.]

View near Purgatory, Newport, R.I.

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

[View of a residential neighborhood.]

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

Perry Statue.

Old chair of State.

[Group of people on the beach.]

Jewish Synagogue.

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

[House and beached sailboats.]

Cushing's Home.

Negrohead, Newport.

Pelham St. in winter.

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

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

[Girl on horseback in the beach.]

Stone Mill in winter.

[Children in goat cart on beach.]

[View of the boats in the ocean.]

Bathing, Newport.

Purgatory.

[Children in goat cart on beach.]

[Family gathering in the front porch.]

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

[View of the harbor.]

Redwood Library.

Wind Mill.

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

[Group of people in front of a tipi.]

[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.

First Beach.

View of Parade.

Newport Beach. General view.

Negro Head.

The Harbor.

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

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

First Beach.

View of First Beach.

Easton or Bailey Beach.

Old chair of State.

Jewish Synagogue.

Purgatory.

Mann Avenue. Newport, R.I.

Castle Rock.

[View of a goat.]

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

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

[Family prayer meeting.]

Old Stone Mill, Newport.

[Coach on the beach.]

Redwood Library.

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

[View of a houses and boat landing.]

Mann Avenue. Newport, R.I.

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

Purgatory.

Steamboat 'Day Star.'

Beach view.

South West Point.

Touro Park in winter.

Fort Dumpter.

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