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Vineland Newport Mansion now a part of Salve Regina College

Vineland Newport Mansion now a part of Salve Regina College

Hammersmith Farm is a Victorian mansion and surrounding property located in Newport, Rhode Island, United States and was the childhood home to Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis. The property hosted the wedding reception of Jacqueline and John F. Kennedy. During his presidency, Kennedy spent enough time at Hammersmith Farm that it was referred to as the "Summer White House."

In the summer of Onassis was a guest of Hugh and Janet Auchincloss at their Newport, Rhode Island estate Hammersmith Farm.

Newport Cottage Vineland along the Cliff Walk now a part of Salve Regina College

Newport Cottage Vineland along the Cliff Walk now a part of Salve Regina College

Vineland Cottage along the Cliff Walk now part of Salve Regina College Newport. The mansion was originally built in 1882 for tobacco heiress Catharine Lorillard Wolfe.

Vineland Cottage along the Cliff Walk now part of Salve Regina College Newport. The mansion was originally built in 1882 for tobacco heiress Catharine Lorillard Wolfe.

Ochre Court Mansion, which is now the centerpiece of Salve Regina University, in Newport, Rhode Island.

Ochre Court Mansion, which is now the centerpiece of Salve Regina University, in Newport, Rhode Island. My mom graduated from here. She also lived nearby.

Carey Mansion, originally called Seaview Terrace, in Newport, Rhode Island was the summer home of whiskey millionaire Edson Bradley. The exterior of the mansion was used in Dark Shadows as Collinwood.  The mansion is now owned by New York architect Denise Carey.

Carey Mansion, originally called Seaview Terrace, in Newport, Rhode Island was the summer home of whiskey millionaire Edson Bradley.

Seaview Terrace - (aka Carey Mansion) - In 1907, Edson Bradley a whiskey millionaire built this French Gothic mansion in Washington, DC and in 1923 had the home moved to Newport, RI where the castle was increased in size to over 40,000 square feet.

"Seaview Terrace - (aka Carey Mansion) - In Edson Bradley a whiskey millionaire built this French Gothic mansion in Washington, DC and in 1923 had the home moved to Newport, RI where the castle was increased in size to over square feet.

The Breakers Newport RI, a Vanderbilt Mansion, is the most famous and visited of the Newport Mansions. This mansion, which was built between 1893-1895 for 12 million, has 70 rooms and over 65,000 square feet. Cornelius Vanderbilt, who made his fortune in the railroad and shipping industry, was one of the richest men of the 19th Century.

The Breakers Newport RI, a Vanderbilt Mansion, is the most famous and visited of the Newport Mansions. This mansion, which was built between 1893-1895 for 12 million, has 70 rooms and over 65,000 square feet. Cornelius Vanderbilt, who made his fortune in the railroad and shipping industry, was one of the richest men of the 19th Century.

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