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VINTAGRAPH • WPA • WWII • VINTAGE ALASKA, c. 1920s

Brunonian Bricks & Books: 1906

Brunonian Bricks & Books: 1906

Providence, Rhode Island, 1906. "Library, Brown University." The building currently known as Robinson Hall. 8x10 inch glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.

 

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Nose Powdering

Seen here, the Old Girl standing proud and true at the corner of Waterman and Prospect Sts. on the first day of November 2019. Though less ivied, and currently getting a much needed cosmetic touchup (as any gal born in 1878 might), she's long resided on College (Brown and RISD) Hill on the East Side of Providence, and is the current home of the Brown University Economics Department.

Dirt road?

Wasn`t expecting to see a dirt road in the nations 20th largest city at that time.

[The street is paved. - Dave]

Ivy League

living up to its name.

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