120 Narragansett Avenue
Newport, Rhode Island 02840
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The Italianate-style villa was designed by architect George Champlin Mason and is a classic example of a Victorian summer cottage. It was the summer residence of the prominent Morris family from New York, which included a signer of the Declaration of Independence. The house contains the Morris' collections, including nineteenth-century landscape paintings by Hudson River School artists.
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