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Image of Memorial Ceremony dedicating World War I monument at Pawtucket Post #4.


Ceremonies and parade of ranks related to the transfer of State Battle Flags from the old State House on Benefit Street to the new State Capitol on Smith Hill, Saturday October 17, 1903.

It was at the Butler Exchange (built 1873, demolished 1925)…


Image of a soldier standing in front of the Cranston Street Armory in Providence, Rhode Island


Images of the Dexter Training Grounds in Providence, Rhode Island


Image of a postcard depicting City Hall and Soldiers' Monument in Providence, Rhode Island


Various images of the State Armory in Providence, Rhode Island.


Image of an engraving of Brevet Major General Richard Arnold, U.S.V.


Image of a Civil War portrait of Captain Joshua M. Addeman


Image of a Civil War portrait of Lt. George B. Inman of the Seventh Rhode Island Volunteers.


Image of a portrait of Colonel Nelson Viall of Rhode Island.


Howard W. Preston (middle), James N. Arnold (crutches) et al.,atop Queens Fort, North Kingstown.


Image of Codd Point Fort in Newport, Rhode Island


Image of seven artillerymen from Battery B with guns in trench during World War I. Includes Pete Finney and Edgar Black.


Image of two French Officers during World War I


Image of the Rhode Island Artillery at Quonset in winter


Image of three veterans taken on Memorial Day, 1937. Image from left to right is Charles H. Leonard, Assistant Adjutant General; Charles H. Bullock, Past Department Commander; and Charles H. Lewis, Department Commander. Providence City Hall is in…


Image of 7 soldiers in a trench in France


Image of the 2nd Rhode Island Volunteers