East Greenwich Free Library

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Historic Images of East Greenwich

Main Street near King Street c. 1935 to 1939 - On the right is the Old Odd Fellows Hall, containing Henry's 5 and 10 and Maille's Bakery - The Hall later burned - Sharpe Hardware - fire - parades - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Parades
Volunteer II - parades - Court House - fire department - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Fire Department
Kentish Guard Armory - Peirce Street - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Peirce Street
Varnum Armory - Rodman cannon being removed for scrap during World War II - Visiting Nurse Association on right. Donald Mathewson's house in rear, later demolished - East Greenwich
East Greenwich
Varnum Continentals, left to right: Charles H. Balfour, A. Morris Earnshaw, Emil Wellen, Orrin E. MacCue, Harry Nichols - East Greenwich
East Greenwich
Varnum Continentals marching on Peirce Street near Division intersection - Dr. Eldredge property on right - East Greenwich
East Greenwich
East Greenwich Free Library - built 1915 - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Library
East Greenwich Free Library - Peirce Street - postcard - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Library, Postcard
Library interior - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Library
hurricane of 1954 - Extreme right: Sunlight, next: U.S. Wildlife Service Phalarope, 2nd from left: Geron II, left: unknown - In background Galladet Aircraft Company - storms - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Storms
hurricane of 1954 - Harris and Parsons Shipyard - foreground: 75 foot Ex Coast Guard Boat named Frances, built late 1920s, through the boardwalk; background: 83 foot Ex Coast Guard Boat owned by Charles Miller - storms - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Storms
hurricane of 1938 - storms - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Storms
hurricane of 1938 - storms - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Storms
hurricane of 1938 - storms - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Storms
storms - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Storms
Bostitch roof gone after hurricane of 1938 - foot of Division at Duke Street - storms - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Storms
The Barber house - West side of Rector between Spring and Church after hurricane of 1938 - storms - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Storms
Scalloptown from Water Street after hurricane of 1938 - storms - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Storms
Point Judith - storms - East Greenwich Library
East Greenwich, Storms
waterfront - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Waterfront
Scalloptown - London Street - TV antennas on houses - waterfront - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Waterfront
East Greenwich Yacht Club in 1930 - two largest yachts in foreground are (left) Sea Dream and (right) Gilnoere - waterfront - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Waterfront
East Greenwich from Greenwich Cove - waterfront - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Waterfront
East Greenwich from Greenwich Cove - waterfront - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Waterfront
waterfront - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Waterfront
Scalloptown - waterfront - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Waterfront
Shipyard - ML1451 - One of the three 72-foot British ML's built by Harris and Parsons - never saw service during World War II since the war was over before it was finished. The boats went to Long Island instead of England. - waterfront - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Waterfront
Shipyard - working on Sub Chaser 1507 at Harris and Parsons - waterfront - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Waterfront
waterfront - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Waterfront
waterfront - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Waterfront
Carr's Pond 1919 - waterfront - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Waterfront
Postcard mailed 1909 to Master Arthur Briden - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Postcard, Waterfront
Postcard - Scalloptown - residences - waterfront - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Waterfront
Scalloptown - waterfront - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Waterfront
Postcard - Scallop fishing boats at dock - waterfront - industry - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Waterfront
Postcard - The Golden Rod, Dr. Langmaid's boat - waterfront - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Waterfront
Postcard - waterfront - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Waterfront
Postcard - shipyard - waterfront - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Waterfront
Postcard - waterfront - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Waterfront
Yacht Club - postcard mailed 1924 to Miss Alice Kettle of Greene R.I. - waterfront - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Waterfront
Postcard - waterfront - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Waterfront
Scalloptown - waterfront - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Waterfront
foot of London Street - postcard mailed 1914 to Miss Minnie Bennett in Wakefield - waterfront - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Waterfront
Gertrude House, left - Waterfront near Nock shipyard, later Nortons - waterfront - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Waterfront
Unidentified - (We surmise this picture may come from East Greenwich Academy because it is protectively wrapped like the other Academy pictures.) - people - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, People
Common Peoples Banquet in the Updike Hotel - people - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, People
Dr. James H. Eldredge - people - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, People
General James M. Varnum - copies of miniatures - people - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, People
East Greenwich Academy - Old Eastman Dorm - photo 1883 - schools - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Schools
East Greenwich Academy - Old Eastman Dorm - destroyed by fire in 1896 - schools - East Greenwich
East Greenwich, Schools

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