Seen here is an aerial view of Roger Williams Park which was named after the founder of Providence, Roger Williams. The park evolved from a 100 acre parcel that Betsy Williams gave to the city in 1871. Today the park is a 430 acre public park. The park’s architect was H.W.S. Cleveland.
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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
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Smolski, Chet and Cleveland, H.W.S., "Aerial View of Roger Williams Park" (1985). Browse All. 125.
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