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Bristol Bicentennial Committee records

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: C#00766
Abstract The Bristol Bicentennial Committee Records contain materials from the committee for planning the Bristol Bicentennial Fourth of July Celebration and other events relating to the Bicentennial in Bristol, Rhode Island. The records were compiled by Lieutenant Colonel Ruth Mary Briggs of Bristol, Rhode Island, an organizer of the committee.
Dates: July 1, 1974-February 28, 1977

Charities and Correction reports and records

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: C#00524-2015-28
Abstract The State Board of Charities and Correction records consists of various documents related to the Board its successor organizations. Items include individual case files from the Oaklawn School for Girls, newspaper clippings, financial reports, correspondence of the Board, and other material related to the work of agencies that reported to the Board.
Dates: 1903-1961

Citizens Solid Waste Management Advisory Board records

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 2001-55
Abstract The Rhode Island Solid Waste Management Corporation Citizens Solid Waste Management Advisory Board Records of the Director consists primarily of correspondence, clippings, reports, brochures, programs, meeting notes, meeting notices and agendas, magazine articles, speeches and notes, and copies of legislation.
Dates: 1974-1995

James Allen King family archive

 Collection
Identifier: 2015-39
Abstract The James Allen King family archive consists primarily of photographs, correspondence, clippings and pencil renderings related to King’s artistic works.
Dates: c. 1940-1988

Newport Town Council H.M.S. Rose records

 Series — Box: Newport Town Council H.M.S. Rose records, 1775-1776
Identifier: C#00243
Scope and Contents The Newport Town Council H.M.S. Rose records contain correspondence between Captain Mames Wallace and the Town Council of Newport and correspondence with the RI General Assembly, Governor Wanton, General Hopkins, Governor Nicholas Cooke, and others. Also includes printed transcriptions of the sixty-two (62) documents, 2-5 1/411 floppy disks with transactions, name index, and chronology, acid free copies of newspaper articles related to the Rose and the Rose papers are also enclosed.
Dates: August 28, 1775-March 2, 1776