In this aerial, the Rhode Island State House is seen. This magnificent building was designed by McKim, Mead and White between 1891 and 1902. This impressive building is located on Smith Street. William H. Jordy considers the State House to be “a key monument of the American Renaissance”.
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Urban development-- Rhode Island-- Providence; Aerial photography in city planning-- Rhode Island-- Providence; City planning-- Rhode Island-- Providence; Land use, Urban-- Rhode Island-- Providence
United States of America
90 Smith St.
Smolski, Chet and McKim, Mead & White, "State House" (2011). Browse All. 119.
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