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The Newest Updates from 315 total properties

Chinese RestaurantsChinese Restaurants

Apr 11 Added an anecdote from Deborah Cook

Several family owned chinese restaurants want to hear from you about your memories and experiences at their fine establishments.

Loutit / What Cheer Steam LaundryLoutit / What Cheer Steam Laundry

Apr 11 Added an anecdote from Isabella R. Smith

Built app. 1906 and vacant since 1987. The WBNA has plans to redevelop this building, which has been plagued by fire and decay.

Eddy Estate Carriage HouseEddy Estate Carriage House

Apr 11 Added an anecdote from Elizabeth Geaber

Built 1875, photos starting April 2007. Stone, Carpenter and Wilson, architects.

Littlest Building in ProvidenceLittlest Building in Providence

Apr 11 Added an anecdote from Mickey M

Built ??, photos starting April 2004.

Brownell and FieldBrownell and Field

Mar 17 Added an anecdote from John Battick (Ph.D.)

Built 1907 and 1937, currently in some use. Photos starting November 2005. Owned by the Providence Journal Company and in partial use as a nightclub/bar... with an uncertain future

Kendrick-Prentice-Tirocchi HouseKendrick-Prentice-Tirocchi House

Mar 17 Added an anecdote from Kathleen Tucker Pavlakis

Built 1867. A. & L. Tirocchi operated as a dress making shop from 1915 to 1947. Restoration and photos started 2011 for affordable condominiums.

Chinese RestaurantsChinese Restaurants

Mar 17 Added an anecdote from Lou Cohen

RI AuditoriumRI Auditorium

Mar 17 Added an anecdote from Paul Cournoyer

Built 1926, photos from the RI Reds web site, the artist Rittman, and Tucker Terzian.

Fox Point BathhouseFox Point Bathhouse

Jan 27 Added an anecdote from Lisa Bianco

Built in 1926 as, well, a bath house for the community of Fox Point, but it's been vacant for what looks like quite a while. Will it ever get redeveloped?

Christ EpiscopalChrist Episcopal

Jan 27 Added an anecdote from Lisa Bianco

Built 1888, closed in 1981. Photographs starting Nov 23, 2003. Designed by William R. Walker and Son.

L. Vaughn and CompanyL. Vaughn and Company

Jan 27 Added an anecdote from Barbra Brickle

Built 189?, photos starting April 2006.

Cranston Street ArmoryCranston Street Armory

Jan 26 Added an anecdote from Carol A Diffley

Built 1907, vacated in 1997. Listed on the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s “America’s Eleven Most Endangered Historic Places”

Providence 1975Providence 1975

Dec 6 Added a new entry for a photo I saw in an office. I place the aerial photo circa 1975

A circa 1975 image hanging in one of the conference rooms of an accounting firm in the Turks Head building.

Wanskuck MillsWanskuck Mills

Dec 6 Added an anecdote from William Dipanni

Built 1864, photos starting Feb 2004. Part of the Wanskuck Mill villiage, now used for small businesses. Related to the Hall across the street and several company-built row houses along Branch Avenue nearby. Part of the Wanskuck Mill Villiage National Register District. 711, 715, 745, & 765 Branch Avenue, Providence.

Kendrick-Prentice-Tirocchi HouseKendrick-Prentice-Tirocchi House

Dec 6 Added an anecdote from Annette Angeli

Bonanza Bus TerminalBonanza Bus Terminal

Dec 6 Added an anecdote from Jon Howard

Built 1963 and torn down for the construction of the RI Convention Center and Westin Hotel, late 1990s. Philemon E. Sturges, architect.