Triple-deckers photographed on Douglas Ave. This photograph illustrates the architectural variety in the triple-decker style. Most were intended for lower-income families and provided only rudimentary quarters. These proliferated on the side of streets off Atwells Avenue, Thurbers Avenue, and as pictured here, in the North End.
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Housing -- rental housing -- Rhode Island -- Providence; Cities and Towns -- city blocks;
United States of America
232 Douglas Ave.
"Smith Hill: Douglas Avenue, Triple Deckers" (2011). Browse All. 327.
triple-deckers; housing, rental;