In the decade after World War I, Newport's Point Section had generally good housing, economic stability, and a broad social mix. It was an airy, pleasant place peopled by those who earned their living at a variety of crafts, professions, and businesses. This article is L.F. Gracey's reminiscence of this single Newport neighborhood in a state of economic transformation.
"The Point, 1925-1940,"
Newport History: Vol. 58:
198, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.salve.edu/newporthistory/vol58/iss198/3