Image of Bellevue Avenue located in Newport, Rhode Island by Anne H. Wilbur in 1850.
Bellevue Avenue displays an assemblage of American architecture distinguished by the variety of styles and famous architectural firms represented, the district includes Gothic Revival villas, Stick- and Shingle-style buildings, and great summer palaces of the late 19th century.Source: National Historic Landmarks Program Bellevue Avenue Historic DistrictSee also:
Newport: A Lively Experiment, 1639-1969 by Rockwell Stensrud, 2006
Rhode Island Historical Preservation Commission: Statewide Preservation Reports, 1975 - 1982
Rhode Island Historical Preservation Commission: Historical and Architectural Resources Preliminary Reports, 1978-1991
Guide to Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation Division of Tourism photographs
The Preservation Society of Newport County
Department of Economic Development - Videotapes, Tourism, 1977-1992