3. Sept. 2023 · The Nelson W. Aldrich House, also known as the Dr. S. B. Tobey House, is a Federal-style house at 110 Benevolent Street in the College Hill neighborhood of Providence, Rhode Island. The house was the home of Nelson W. Aldrich, a U.S. Senator from 1881 to 1911. Aldrich was a dominant and controversial figure in the Senate, exercising ...
Vor 5 Tagen · The Nelson W. Aldrich House on 110 Benevolent Street in Providence serves as the headquarters for the Rhode Island Historical Society. The Aldrich Middle School in Warwick, Rhode Island is named in his honor.
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1. Juli 2023 · Nelson W. Aldrich House Aldrich war Mitglied bei den Freimaurern ; er war unter anderem Kassier ( Treasurer ) der Grand Lodge of Rhode Island . Das Nelson W. Aldrich House in Providence (110 Benevolent Street) ist heute ein Museum in der Trägerschaft der Rhode Island Historical Society .
NELSON ALDRICH. Aldrich Mansion is situated on a majestic seventy acre estate on scenic Narragansett Bay. Built during the “Golden Years” of Senator Nelson W. Aldrich, a Rhode Island native born to poverty but destined for greatness. The estate once held a Teahouse, since destroyed by fire.
Nelson W. Aldrich, American Republican politician and financier who represented Rhode Island in the U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate. His work on the Aldrich-Vreeland Currency Act of 1908 and his chairmanship of the National Monetary Commission helped prepare the way for the Federal Reserve Act of 1913.
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