Published 1965 by Yale U.P .
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|Statement||edited, with an introduction, by Marcus A.McCorison and a preface by Wilmarth S.Lewis.|
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Download 1764 catalogue of the Redwood Library Company at Newport, Rhode Island
Redwood Library & Athenæum 50 Bellevue Avenue Newport, RI [email protected] Join Our Mailing List. Redwood Gift Shop. They are not actual photos of the physical item for sale and should not be relied upon as a basis for edition or condition. catalogue of the Redwood Library Company at Newport, Rhode Island.
New Haven, Yale University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Marcus A McCorison; Redwood Library and Athenaeum. The Catalogue of the Redwood LIbrary Company at Newport, Rhode Island I picked up a copy of this book yesterday at the Book Shop in Fort Lauderdale.
InAbraham Redwood gave £ Sterling to create a "publick library." It is the third library formed in the American Colonies. The catalogue contains listings of books. Get this from a library.
A catalogue of the books belonging to the Company of the Redwood-Library, in Newport, on Rhode-Island. [Redwood Library and Athenaeum.]. The Redwood Library and Athenaeum is a subscription library located at 50 Bellevue Avenue, Newport, Rhode d init is the oldest community library still occupying its original building in the United States.
The original building was designed by Peter Harrison and completed inand is a National Historic Landmark.
My wife recently made a presentation at the Redwood Library and Athenaeum and I had the opportunity to learn about this wonderful Library (the oldest in the US). It is wonderfully small and very well organized. It is very rich in its history and if you are in the Newport RI area / TripAdvisor reviews.
The Redwood Library welcome requests from members of the library as well as non-members. You may request basic information by e-mail, by phone () or by visiting the Library at 50 Bellevue Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island. Reference appointments are required for research visits and access to Special Collections materials.
You can visit the Redwood Library and Athenaeum at 50 Bellevue Avenue Newport, RI Admission is free if you have a Rhode Island library card, or $10 otherwise. For details and hours, visit the library’s website. Interested in Rhode Island’s most unique establishments.
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Coverage for Newport includes maps from, and Available in Library. Fig. 1: Redwood Library and Athenaeum exterior, Peter Harrison (). Courtesy of Redwood Library and Athenaeum, Newport, Rhode Island.
Harrison, America's first architect, probably derived the design for the Redwood Library, a Roman Doric temple with portico and wings, from Edward Hoppus's edition of Andrea Palladio's Architecture, in Four Books.
© City of Redwood City. All Rights Reserved. Terms of Service. Connect With Us View Full Site. See George Champlin Mason, "Annals of the Redwood Library" (Newport, RI: The Redwood Library and Athenaeum, ), 12– 2. Ibid., 31 3. "A Catalogue of Books Belonging to the Redwood Library in Newport, Rhode Island.
A.D. " Archive of the Redwood Library and Athenaeum. Carl Bridenbaugh. Peter Harrison "First American Architect.". Redwood Library & Athenaeum was built in by Abraham Redwood and 45 other colonists. It was initially named the Company of the Redwood Library and was created to make written knowledge available to the greater Newport community.
During the Revolutionary War, the library was used by the occupying army and many books went missing. The John Carter Brown Library and the Redwood Library and Athenaeum are Rhode Island institutions with distinct, but complementary, collections. To lay the foundation for a Rhode Island History Digital Collection the two libraries are collaborating on a project to scan the unique documents representing the earliest chapters of the region.
Newport, RI is packed with historic buildings and the Redwood Library is one of the most outstanding examples. Founded in by Abraham Redwood the library thrives as one of the archives of American history and architecture TripAdvisor reviews. Redwood Library and Athenæum, Newport, RI.
2, likes 2 talking about this 1, were here. Now the oldest circulating library in the United States, the Redwood Library was founded in for. Redwood Library Company charter granted to Abraham Redwood signed by Governor Gideon Wanton with notarial act with signature of witness, Thomas Ward, Secretary of State.;vellum, seal, ill.
; 60 x 75 cm.;Bearing a paper and wax seal of the Colony of Rhode Island (9 cm. diameter).;Ruled for 1 column and text block of 36 lines; justified 33 x The Catalogue of the Redwood Library Company at Newport, Rhode Island (New Haven, ), 31; James Raven, London Booksell-ers and American Customers: Transatlantic Literary Community and the Charleston Library Society, – (Columbia, S.C., ), ; and W.
Bond and Hugh Amory, eds., The Printed Catalogues of the Harvard Col. the redwood library and athenaeum newport, r. short sketch privately printed The Catalogue of the Redwood Library Company at Newport, Rhode Island. Although the book is known today mainly for containing the first printed description of America in Spanish, the Suma.
“Record Book of the Proceedings of the Annual and Special Meetings of the Redwood Library Company,” Newport, and later, Redwood Library and Athenaeum, Newport. Aaron Lopez outward bound invoice book, Newport, –, Newport Historical Society.
Throughout its year history, the Library has seen many changes and has strove to bring information and the joy of reading to its patrons. The People’s Library of Newport was formed in when local philanthropist and renowned cabinet maker Christopher Townsend purchased a collection of 7, volumes for the Newport Library and Reading Room, founded by Sophia Little in Another old library in America is the Redwood Library, Newport, Rhode Island, founded in In the book below, a catalogue of the Redwood Library, the library is touted as "the third proprietary library in America (Following the Library Company of Philadelphia, ; and the Library Company of Darby, Pennsylvania, )." The Redwood.
The Catalogue of the Redwood Library Company at New-port, Rhode Island. Edited with an Introduction by Marcus A. McCorison and a Preface by Wilmarth S. Lewis. (New Haven 8c London: Yale University Press. xxiii, lo9. $) An interesting phenomenon in the.
If you love libraries and find yourself in Newport, Rhode Island, I definitely suggest checking out the Redwood Library & Athenaeum. It was certainly worth the $10 fee, and I probably spent a little over an hour studying every nook and cranny it had to offer.
To find out more information, visit their website here. Redwood Annual Book Sale. - Newport, RI - Stop by the Redwood Library Book Sale July (Wednesday is a members only preview) to pick up a few new titles for your lazy summer days.
The Redwood Library & Athenaeum is dedicated to the acquisition, circulation, preservation, interpretation and exhibition of circulating and non-circulating materials of literary or historical merit as well as objects, art works and other printed material relating to the history of Newport and Aquidneck Island as well as to American culture and its sources.2 Yelp reviews.
Redwood Library, Newport Rhode Island. Tweet. Date added: September 3, Categories: Rhode Island Library. The Redwood Library is a notable specimen of the architectural taste of the early 18th century.
As an important work of the architect Peter Harrison, it is a key building in the introduction of English Georgian architecture in America. THE CATALOGUE OF THE REDWOOD LIBRARY COMPANY AT NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND, edited with an Introduction by Marcus A.
McCorison Glenn B. Skillin NEW ENGLAND TRANSPLANTED, by Kenneth V. Lottich Theodore R. Sizer POOR RICHARD'S POLITICKS: BENJAMIN FRANKLIN AND HIS NEW AMERICAN ORDER, by Paul W. Conner Edward Handler. A few summers ago while enjoying a short vacation in Newport, Rhode Island, Anne and I stumbled upon The Redwood Library and lure of the Cliff Walk, the numerous mansion museums and the always inviting kite flying area generally dominates a visit to Newport but this time, while enjoying a stroll through the old town neighborhood, we discovered the "oldest lending library and the.
REDWOOD-LIBRARY, NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND Library Catalogue, PROVIDENCE LIBRARY, PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND Library Catalogue, Bolingbroke’s Letters on History ″ Letters on Patriotism; Book Order for the Library Company of Philadelphia (In May David Hall reported to Strahan that he was now buying for the Library Company.
Updated: Truck into Newport's Redwood Library: Driver Charged with DUI - Newport, RI - The truck plowed down a street sign at the corner of Bellevue and Church and barreled into the library. Redwood Library & Athanaeum. Located in Newport, Rhode Island, this historic library is the first lending library in the United States of America.
The library offers a beautiful space for ceremony’s of up to 90 guests or a stunning space for a historic cocktail reception.
For guests looking to enjoy the indoor and outdoor capabilities, enjoy. The Redwood Library and Athenaeum is a private subscription library at 50 Bellevue Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island.
Founded init is the oldest community library still occupying its original building in the United States. Its original building, designed by Peter Harrison and built inis a National Historic Landmark.
History. Redwood Library and Athenaeum -- Redwood Library and Athenaeum. Type: Special. 50 Bellevue Aveune, Newport Rhode Island United States (Newport County). Director: Benedict Leca. One block from Newport, Rhode Island's vibrant Thames Street and the waterfront, this renovated, 19th century mill offers suites with historic appeal and contemporary amenities.
Modern, immaculate and tasteful hotel in a beautiful building and very convenient location. The library, which opened in and has a collection of more thantitles, has largely flown under the radar for years. NEWPORT — Walking through the main entrance of the Redwood. logue ofthe Books Belonging to the Company ofthe Redwood-Library, in Newport, on Rhode-Island (Newport: Printed by S.
Hall, ; Evans ), 20, 2 7; and A Caulogue of Books, Belonging to the Incorporated Charles-town Library Society, with the Dates ofthe Editions (Charlestown. Redwood Library, 50 Bellevue Avenue, Newport, Newport County, RI Contributor Names - Rhode Island -- Newport County -- Newport Notes - Significance: The Redwood Library is a notable specimen of the architectural taste of the early 18th century.
Popularity: #1 of 2 Libraries in Newport County #2 of 15 Libraries in Rhode Island #40 in Libraries Redwood Library and Athenaeum Contact Information View Address, Phone Number, and Hours for Redwood Library and Athenaeum, a Library, at Bellevue Avenue, Newport RI.
The Company of the Redwood Library in Newport, Rhode Island, was established in by Abraham Redwood and a group of his friends and associates. One of the country’s earliest “public” libraries – that is, open to the public though not “free” – Redwood is the oldest surviving lending library in the country and remains a “membership library” (open to the public) supported by.Offering a luxury spa and an indoor pool, Newport Marriott is located km from Easton Beach in historic Newport, Rhode Island.
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