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The article explains the grant application process of the National Register of Historic Places in relation to the Rhode Island Historical Preservation Commission and their implementations within the Broadway Armory Historic District. The article also displays certain architectural spaces in the area qualifying under the guidelines presented.
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Muratore, Joseph R. "The Landmarks of Federal Hill: 'The Broadway Armory historic distinct.'" The Echo [Providence] 31 Jan. 1980: pp. 18, 21. Print.
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