John Holden Greene House, also know as “Governor Dyer House,” was named after Elisha Dyer, Rhode Island governor from 1857-1859, and his son Elisha, Jr. who was Rhode Island governor from 1897-1900. Dyer House was designed by architect John Holden Greene in 1818 for his own use. John Holden Greene was a leading Providence architect in the early 19th century. This property was acquired by Bryant in 1956 and was subsequently converted into a women’s dormitory.
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Dyer House, 150 Power Street, Providence, RI
The Barn Studio, 154 Power Street, Providence, RI