Statistics for occurrence #1 of “J. W. Watts” in chapter 1 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
...Tufts residence and Grace Church. The English cottage, later the Boynton house, can also be seen on the shaded hill slope. This view is also delineator Rawson's primary work; but the sculptor was J. W. Watts , a resident of West Medford, and noted for his excellent work in steel engraving. The views of the so-called Cradock house and the residence of Gorham Brooks give us the oldest and most realistic...
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