Providence, Rhode Island, The Rhode Island State House, c1905

Completed just after the turn of the century, the Rhode Island State House boasts the world�s fourth largest marble dome. Atop the dome stands an homage to Providence founder, Roger Williams, aptly entitled The Independent Man. While the original plans were to cast a statue of Williams himself, the architects felt that a 17th century figure in pantaloons failed to convey the spirit of freedom and sovereignty as well as a bronze casted conceptual piece, originally named Hope.


Providence, Rhode Island, The Rhode Island State House, c1905

Historic Pictoric | Item# 101114__HPPRV

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