The first installment of this article in the last issue of Newport History explored the collaboration in 1874 of architect Charles Follen McKim (1847-1909), artist/ photographer William James Stillman (1828-1901), and publisher James Ripley Osgood (1836-1892) to produce a portfolio of images of Newport and its environs.1 As a collection, these images present an argument for the use of Newport's colonial building fabric as a design source for architects of the day.
Youngken, M. Joan
"Picturesque Localities: The Charles F. McKim Portfolio of Newport Photographs, Part II,"
Newport History: Vol. 74
, Article 3.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.salve.edu/newporthistory/vol74/iss252/3