Architect: Jackson, Robertson, and Adams

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This prolific and highly regarded Providence firm was responsible for the design of many early twentieth-century institutional and government buildings in Rhode Island, including the State Office Building at 133 Smith Street (1928)

  • This Neo—Classical Revival structure stood unfinished for 80 years before finally getting a new life as a hotel in 2004.

    #NotInRuins | Smith Hill | Built: 1926 | Redeveloped: 2004 | Decade: 1920-1929

  • By the time we took photos, most of the main mill building had crumbled. The main building, though, is still standing and has been converted to a restaurant.

    #UsedToBeThere | Built: 1867, 1918 | Demolition: 2002 | Decade: 1860-1869