Found in 78 Collections and/or Records:
Photoprints of silver service set given by the citizens of RI to the Battleship RI. Also included is a list of subscribers.
The Department of Mental Health, Retardation and Hospitals cemetery project records consist of copies of correspondence, reports and photographs compiled and/or created by Chester A. Browning, Information Specialist of the Public Information Division.
This series consists of annual reports of the chief factory inspector and factory inspectors from 1895-1937.
The reports include a summary of employment statistics for the state followed by reports of men and number of women and children employed by each business that employs 5 or more employees. List of employers are alphabetical by town then by name of business.Also included in the reports are tabulated statements of types of establishments inspected and goods produced.
These records consist of two large pictures showing Civilian Conservation Corp (CCC) workers and camp facilities labeled for the 1186th company of the Civilian Conservation Corp (CCC), in Escoheag, Rhode Island. These images are circa 1939-1940. The records also include a large class picture for Gilbert Stuart Middle School, June 1944. The photographer is listed as from Providence, R.I.
Includes Claimant files arranged by bill number or alphabetically by claimant’s name. Claimants’ files include correspondence, color photographs (some Polaroid), estimates of damage, police reports, and other paperwork and forms JCAC form Report of Loss) required for consideration of claim.
Records consist of three 8x10 black and white images of Department of Health Directors. Includes: Charles V. Chapin (Charles Value Chapin 1856-1941) Edwin M. Snow (1820-1888) Joseph E. Cannon (1911-1989)
This series contains photographs created by the Rhode Island Department of Public Works documenting the hurricane that struck Rhode Island in 1938.
These records consist of photographic documentation of bridge construction projects.
Includes 40 8x10 black and white photographs of the descendants of Roger Williams.
The Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation Division of Tourism photographs consist primarily of 8x10 black and white (silver gelatin) photographs and 8x10 corresponding negatives (safety film) from ca. 1950-1980.
The records are of the Division of Women and Children and document activities relating to the establishment of minimum wages for women and minors employed in certain trades and industries as stipulated by powers established in Chapter 2289 of the 1936 Public Laws of Rhode Island. The Division head also served as the Chair for the Mimimum Wage Board.
Report and photographs of the “Heritage’76 - Meeting House” Rhode Island Proposal
The James Allen King family archive consists primarily of photographs, correspondence, clippings and pencil renderings related to King’s artistic works.
This series contains photographs of the Speaker of the Rhode Island General Assembly, House of Representatives, Harry F. Curvin. Images include other Rhode Island elected official and notables from the period 1951-1963.
One 6.5” X 4.25” inch sepia tone photograph depicting Joseph P. Burlingame who was Speaker of the Rhode Island State House of Representatives from 1903-1906.