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In , John Holden Greene designed Benefit St for Sullivan Dorr, a wealthy China Trade merchant who founded one of the six mill villages that eventually incorporated as Woonsocket. Greene built more than 50 buildings in Providence, 22 of which are still standing. Thomas Wilson Dorr, son of Sullivan, grew up at Benefit.

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Dorr Jr. He later revised his replacement constitution to extend suffrage only to white men born in the United States, holding rival elections that left both Dorr Jr. There, they were met by a defending army that included his father and uncle. Last spring, I stumbled across a atlas that depicted, to my dismay, an uninterrupted grid of early century homes sloping downtown from Federal Hill. I95 changed Providence forever, and its architects have wisely made it difficult to comprehend this by replacing everything around it with a wall of fortified municipal buildings and residential towers.

In front of the Beneficent House built — a story apartment constructed on bulldozed land at Broad and Chestnut Streets — stands a copper statue of Thomas A. Doyle, the 9th, 11th and 13th mayor of Providence. By the s, the Doyle abode was home to a jewelry supply store that serviced the jewelry manufacturing district that had come to surround it. It was later converted to an auto repair garage, and, most recently, office space. See 29 Elbow St built for 19th-century neighborhood context. Jennings moved to Providence from Atlanta at the age of 25 after graduating from Morehouse College with a degree in math.

Extracurricularly, Jennings studied sculpture, painting and printmaking at Atlanta University under the muralist Hale Woodruff and the sculptor Elizabeth Prophet, an RI native. After RISD, Jennings married and started a family before securing a job as chief jewelry designer at the Imperial Pearl Company, a position he held from until his death in Downtown Timeline.

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