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Rhode Island History Journal, Vol. 4, April 1945

In this issue:

The Cable Tramway System of Providence by Alonzo R Williams tramway Providence cable car cable car operators Milton H. Bronsden grip car Oscar Taylor Patrick Fitzmaurice Eli Levery John Cox

The Development of the Neck (concluded) by John Hutchins Cady Providence East Side trade customs districts industrialization theaters architecture churches education banks

Providence Theatricals in 1773 by S Foster Damon Providence theaters amateur theater Hacker’s Hall Joshua Hacker James Joan James Juhan “Beggar’s Opera” entertainment tightrope performance

A Pre-Revolutionary Incident by Mary T Quinn Admiral Montagu Joseph Wanton Newport British fleet Fort George

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