THE NEWPORT POSTCARD GALLERY
13.Titled: ' Thames St., Newport, Looking North( from Cannon Street).' c.1905. Printed by The Metropolitian News Co., Boston, Mass. and Germany' No. 7427. Thames is two way then. I wouldn't be surprised if the printed added the American flags on the tops of buildings: there just seems to be too many of them. The photographer today would be standing at the intersection of Americas Cup, Memorial and Thames. The white building on the right was the Customs House built in 1829 and demolished in 1916, the site of the Post Office today.
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