Aerial image of Roger Williams University and the Mount Hope Bridge in Bristol, Rhode Island when the school was still called Roger Williams College. The Mount Hope Bridge was constructed between 1927 and 1929. In 1956, the college purchased this waterfront land just north of the bridge in Bristol and became a two-year institution named Roger Williams Junior College until 1992 when it was renamed Roger Williams University.
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Architects for Roger Williams Unviersity
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Architects for Mount Hope Bridge
Aerial views -- Roger Williams Junior College (Bristol, RI); Aerial views -- Mount Hope Bridge (Bristol, RI); Waterfronts -- Rhode Island; Urban universities and colleges -- Rhode Island; Suspension bridges -- Bristol -- Rhode Island
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Smolski, Chester; Kent, Cruise and Associates; and Robinson and Steinman, "Bristol: Mt. Hope Bridge & Roger Williams University (Aerial) 2" (1979). Browse All. 1029.
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