Smithfield Tax League – 1971

Advertisement for the Smithfield Tax League which appeared in The Observer, March, 1971. 

New England Railroad Advertisement – 1896

Waterbury Evening Democrat
August 8, 1896

 

Powder Mill Turnpike Stock Advertisements – 1827

     The Powder Mill Turnpike is today known as “Putnam Pike”, and U. S. Route 44.  To learn more about the turnpike, click here : Smithfield’s Powder Mill Turnpike

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Advertisement from the
Literary Cadet & R. I. Statesman
of Providence, R. I.
July 21, 1827

Literary Cadet & R.I. Statesman
November 3, 1827

Literary Cadet & R.I. Statesman
November 7, 1827

Lottie M. Colwell, 1868-1921

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Miss Colwell, (1868 – 1921), taught school in Woonsocket.  She’s buried in Oak Hill Cemetery in Woonsocket.  

Evening Star
July 8, 1896

Rhode Island Stage Coach Schedules – 1839

Herald Of The Times
Newport, R. I.
February 7, 1839

Herald Of The Times
Newport, R. I.
February 7, 1839

Maybach – Mowry Wedding – 1909

Donated by Edward S. Passarelli, Jr.

     Note that a special train was made available.  In 1909, the railroad ran through the village of Stillwater. 

Franciscan Herald Receipt – 1919

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Donated by Edward A.. Passarelli, Jr.

Joseph Marcus Pianos, Providence, R. I.

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Donated by Edward A. Passarelli, Jr.

Greenville, R. I. Postmark – 1917

Note that in 1917 the Town Clerk’s Office was located in Greenville.

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Donated by Edward A. Passarelli, Jr.

 

Stillwater, R. I. School Report Cards

Report cards from the former Stillwater School, Stillwater, R.I. donated by Edward A. Passarelli, Jr. 

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