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) the Rhode Island Woman Suffrage Association (and later the Equal Suffrage Association) kept rooms for monthly meetings and activities from 1912-1920. Prior to 1912, the Association met for its monthly and annual meetings at various venues including officer’s homes, the Hoppin Homestead Building on Westminster Street (between Snow & Aborn Sts.), Churchill House (155 Angell Street), Blackstone Hall (corner. Washington & Snow) and Bell Street Chapel.See also:
Preston Collection photographs (GRS5.7c), circa 1920-1930Rhode Island Historical Preservation Commission: Statewide Preservation Reports, 1975 - 1982Various postcards of Providence and Pawtucket, R.I., c. 1918-1919