Providence Photos

Providence is noted for being the Rhode Island state capital, for Brown University, for its heritage buildings, with some going back to before the American Revolution.

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Skyline with One Financial Plaza by John Carl Warnecke.; 50 Kennedy Plaza & Bank of America Buildings by Walker & Gillette + George Frederick Hall. Providence, RI.One Financial Plaza, 50 Kennedy Plaza, & Bank of America Building. Providence, RI.One Financial Plaza, 50 Kennedy Plaza, & Bank of America Building tower over Kennedy Square. Providence, RI.Bank of America Building. Providence, RI.
Skyline with One Financial Plaza (1973) by John Carl Warnecke.; 50 Kennedy Plaza (1985) & Bank of America (1927) Buildings by Walker & Gillette + George Frederick Hall. Providence, RI.One Financial Plaza, 50 Kennedy Plaza, & Bank of America Building. Providence, RI.One Financial Plaza, 50 Kennedy Plaza, & Bank of America Building tower over Kennedy Square. Providence, RI.Bank of America Building (former Industrial Trust Company) (1928) (26 floors) (Westminster St.). Providence, RI. Style: Art Deco. Architect: Walker & Gillette.
Tower detail of Bank of America Building. Providence, RI.Rhode Island crest on Bank of America Building. Providence, RI.Relief of early settlers casting a canon on Bank of America Building. Providence, RI.Relief of grinding grain using a millstone on Bank of America Building. Providence, RI.
Tower detail of Bank of America Building. Providence, RI.Rhode Island crest on Bank of America Building. Providence, RI.Relief of early settlers casting a canon on Bank of America Building. Providence, RI.Relief of grinding grain using a millstone on Bank of America Building. Providence, RI.
Relief of paddle side-wheel steamship on Bank of America Building. Providence, RI.Relief showing first Providence to Boston steam train on Bank of America Building. Providence, RI.Civil War Memorial or Soldiers and Sailors Monument in Kennedy Square. Providence, RI.Bronze sculptures on Soldiers and Sailors Monument in Kennedy Square by artist Randolph Rogers. Providence, RI.
Relief of paddle side-wheel steamship on Bank of America Building. Providence, RI.Relief showing first Providence to Boston steam train on Bank of America Building. Providence, RI.Civil War Memorial (1866-71) or Soldiers and Sailors Monument in Kennedy Square. Providence, RI. Architect: Alfred Stone.Bronze sculptures on Soldiers and Sailors Monument in Kennedy Square by artist Randolph Rogers. Providence, RI.
Providence City Hall on Kennedy Square. Providence, RI.Providence City Hall facade with roundel containing theoretical portrait of colony founder Roger Williams. Providence, RI.US Post Office, Court & Custom's Building on Kennedy Square. Providence, RI.Intermodal Transportation Center on Kennedy Square. Providence, RI.
Providence City Hall (1874-78) on Kennedy Square. Providence, RI. Style: Second Empire. Architect: Samuel J.F. Thayer. On National Register.Providence City Hall facade with roundel containing theoretical portrait of colony founder Roger Williams. Providence, RI.US Post Office, Court & Custom's Building on Kennedy Square. Providence, RI. Style: Beaux Arts. On National Register.Intermodal Transportation Center on Kennedy Square. Providence, RI.
One Financial Plaza & 50 Kennedy Plaza. Providence, RI.50 Kennedy Plaza. Providence, RI.One Financial Plaza. Providence, RI.Providence Arcade. Providence, RI.
One Financial Plaza & 50 Kennedy Plaza. Providence, RI.50 Kennedy Plaza (1985) (20 floors). Providence, RI.One Financial Plaza (1973) (28 floors). Providence, RI. Architect: John Carl Warnecke & Assoc..Providence Arcade (1828) (65 Weybosset St.). Providence, RI. Style: Greek Revival. Architect: Russell Warren & James Bucklin. On National Register.
Interior of Providence Arcade, the oldest mall in the USA. Providence, RI.Interior details of Providence Arcade. Providence, RI.Turk's Head Building. Providence, RI.Stone carving which gives Turk's Head Building its name. Providence, RI.
Interior of Providence Arcade, the oldest mall in the USA. Providence, RI.Interior details of Providence Arcade. Providence, RI.Turk's Head Building (1913) (16 floors) (76 Westminster St.). Providence, RI. Architect: Howells & Stokes.Stone carving which gives Turk's Head Building its name. Providence, RI.
Facade of Union Trust Building. Providence, RI.Federal Reserve [aka Union Trust] Building. Providence, RI.Commercial building at 260 Westminster St. Providence, RI.Carving detail on 260 Westminster St. Providence, RI.
Facade of Union Trust Building. Providence, RI.Federal Reserve [aka Union Trust] Building (1901) (12 floors) (60 Dorance St.). Providence, RI. Architect: Stone, Carpenter, & Willson. On National Register.Commercial building at 260 Westminster St. Providence, RI.Carving detail on 260 Westminster St. Providence, RI.
Dormers on 260 Westminster St. against Biltmore Hotel. Providence, RI.Gaspee Building. Providence, RI.O'Gorman Building. Providence, RI.Cast Iron corner of University of Rhode Island Providence campus. Providence, RI.
Dormers on 260 Westminster St. against Biltmore Hotel. Providence, RI.Gaspee Building (c1891) (Westminster St.). Providence, RI.O'Gorman Building (1925) (232 Westminster St.). Providence, RI.Cast Iron corner of University of Rhode Island Providence campus (255 Westminster St.). Providence, RI.
Tilden-Thurber Co. Building. Providence, RI.Building at Westminster & Empire Streets. Providence, RI.Summerfield Building was first reinforced concrete frame in city. Providence, RI.Richmond Building. Providence, RI.
Tilden-Thurber Co. Building (292 Westminster St.). Providence, RI.Building at Westminster & Empire Streets. Providence, RI.Summerfield Building (PAR Building) (1913) (274 Weybosset St.) was first reinforced concrete frame in city. Providence, RI. Style: Chicago Style.Richmond Building (270 Weybosset St.). Providence, RI.
Providence Performing Arts Center former Loew's State Theatre/Ocean State Theatre. Providence, RI.Providence Performing Arts Center. Providence, RI.Providence Performing Arts Center. Providence, RI.86 Weybosset St. Providence, RI.
Providence Performing Arts Center former Loew's State Theatre/Ocean State Theatre (220 Weybosset St.). Providence, RI. On National Register.Providence Performing Arts Center. Providence, RI.Providence Performing Arts Center. Providence, RI.86 Weybosset St. Providence, RI.
Wilcox Building. Providence, RI.Fleur de Lys House features murals of the arts. Providence, RI.College Hill with an array of steeples. Providence, RI.Three spires including Superior Courthouse & First Unitarian Church. Providence, RI.
Wilcox Building (1875) (Weybosset St.). Providence, RI.Fleur de Lys House (1885) (7 Thomas St.) features murals of the arts. Providence, RI.College Hill with an array of steeples. Providence, RI.Three spires including Superior Courthouse & First Unitarian Church. Providence, RI.
Domed spire of public building on Main Street. Providence, RI.Riverfront buildings with restored river district. Providence, RI.Providence County Courthouse. Providence, RI.Spire of Superior Court. Providence, RI.
Domed spire of public building on Main Street. Providence, RI.Riverfront buildings with restored river district. Providence, RI.Providence County Courthouse (1933) (7 floors) (250 Benefit St.). Providence, RI. Architect: Jackson, Robertson & Adams.Spire of Superior Court. Providence, RI.
Superior Court & First World War Monument. Providence, RI.First World War Monument in front of Superior Court. Providence, RI.Museum of Anthropology & First Unitarian Church. Providence, RI.Old Stone Bank dome on Main Street now Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology. Providence, RI.
Superior Court & First World War Monument. Providence, RI.First World War Monument (1926) in front of Superior Court. Providence, RI. Architect: Paul Cret.Museum of Anthropology & First Unitarian Church. Providence, RI.Old Stone Bank dome on Main Street (1898) now Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology. Providence, RI. Architect: Stone, Carpenter & Willson.

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