Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
The General Assembly Proceedings scrapbooks include volumes containing clippings from local newspapers pasted in chronological order in scrapbooks. Articles describe proceedings of the General Assembly as well as other news relative to the General Assembly, or its members.
Scrapbooks compiled by Norman H. Andrews which include cliuppings of road construction (some Rhode Island), road materials and equipments and diagrams and statistics.
Book with blue cover has information on building of present State House. Information on railway is scattered throughout.
The Rhode Island Political scrapbooks consists of eight scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings regarding political campaigns and parties. (democratic, republican, prohibitory).
These records consist of team & player photgraphs dating primarily from the 1950's to the 1970's, legislative proclamations pertaining & sixteen (16) oversize scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings documenting the Providence/Rhode Islands Reds hockey team seasons 1968 - 1977.
These records consist primarily of scrapbooks, three of which include color photographs and memorabilia. Also included are blueprint plans for the memorial for Veterans Cemetery in Exeter, Rhode Island and a flag that was flown over Kuwait.
The State Public Welfare Commission scrapbook includes black-and-white photographs (5 1/2" x 3 1/2") of properties at the State Farm, State Asylum, and the House of Corrections at the Howard complex in Cranston, Rhode Island.
Articles from newspapers related to the RI Tercentennial. Subjects vary widely. Most articles are concerned with the history of the state or events to celebrate the tercentennial.
This series contains photographs, newspaper clippings and scrapbooks created by the Rhode Island Department of Transportation.
One volume contains pictures and articles about Warwick men killed, wounded, or missing in action. The other volume contains articles about the war effort in RI. Many articles are concerned with scrap drives, rationing, parades, public meetings, etc.