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This exhibit features transcriptions of selected pages from the Diary of Joseph Peace Hazard (1807-1892).
Occasional edits have been made for the purpose of clarity.
This exhibit shows architectural and decorative features of the Peace Dale Library in South Kingstown, Rhode Island, built in 1891 in memory of Rowland Gibson Hazard (1801-1888).
The Weaver is a bronze high-relief outdoor public sculpture in Peace Dale, Rhode Island, created by Daniel Chester French and mounted in a stone housing designed by architect Henry Bacon. Dedicated in 1920, it was commissioned by Caroline Hazard as a memorial to her father and her brothers Rowland and Frederick. Click here to enter the exhibit.