|Fig. 1. Portrait of Benjamin Franklin given by Franklin to the daughter of Mme Helvétius when he was in France, recently purchased from the family by the American Philosophical Society. Artist unknownfrontispiece|
|Fig. 2. First page of letter from Don Laureano Donado de el Castillo at Cadiz to Catharine Ray at Block Islandpage17|
|Fig. 3. Franklin at Philadelphia, October 16, 1755, to Catharine Ray at Block Island21|
|Fig. 4. Marriage record of William Greene to Catharine Ray, April 20, 175831|
|Fig. 5. Fireplace on the west side of the "Fire Room" in the Greene homesteadfacing page32|
|Fig. 6. Iron medallion of Franklin, hanging over the fireplace in the Greene homestead33|
|Fig. 7. Miniature of Ray Greene painted by Edward Greene Malbone ca. 1800114|
|Fig. 8. Silver "G" from the door of Governor Greene's carriage114|
|Fig. 9. The Greene homestead, from a wood cut of ca. 1875 in Oliver Payson Fuller, The History of Warwick, Rhode Island (Providence, 1875)115|
|Fig. 10. Catharine (Ray) Greene at Warwick, October 8, 1785, to Franklin at Philadelphiapage129|
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Publication information: Book title: Benjamin Franklin and Catharine Ray Greene:Their Correspondence, 1755-1790. Contributors: William Greene Roelker - Editor. Publisher: American Philosophical Society. Place of publication: Philadelphia. Publication year: 1949. Page number: ix.
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