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Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design

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224 Benefit St.

Next in line come the three major buildings which make up the Museum of the Rhode Island School of Design. The first (set back from Benefit Street) is the Farago Wing; then the Pendleton House and, attached to it, the entrance facade to the Radeke Building (both set back only slightly from the sidewalk). We shall consider them chronologically. (See also the WatermanBuilding [ PR57].)

Writing Credits

William H. Jordy et al.

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