- School & Youth
- Get Involved
Three fragments of wallpaper affixed to horse hair plaster from the Carpenter House, Providence, Rhode Island. The wallpaper is roller-printed with a pattern of interlocking, lozenges and quatrefoils in turquois and brown on ungrounded paper.
paper (fiber product)
"Wallpaper from / Carpenter House / 102 Williams St / Prov. R.I. / Started 1820 / Finished 1840" (Written by Dorothy Waterhouse on two pieces of memo paper.)
"Dining Room [underlined] / WAINSCOATING" (handwritten)
"Mrs. Louis Fazzano / 102 Williams St / Providence / 02906" (Written by Dorothy Waterhouse on lid of green "Tilden-Thurber, Providence" gift box.)
Fazzano, Louis, Mrs.
Waterhouse, Dorothy S.
Original To Carpenter House, Dining Room
7 3/4 x 4 3/4 x 3/4 (HxWxD) (inches)
Gift of Bernard Scott
Providence (Providence county, Rhode Island)
Probably United States