al office where he bought his first winter's coal of Luther Angier in 1870, with more pleasure, less money, and better results than present conditions give.
A. L. Rawson, del.
was the delineator of this view from Wilkinson's daguerreotype, and F. T. Stuart, sc.
sculped (i.e. engraved) the steel plate from which it was printed now the 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 Cooks, 1802) residence is another.
Of this fine estate scarce a vestige now remains, but the view is an excellent one.
The view of Walnut-tree hill was also by Rawson and made from Broadway in Somerville.
But two buildings, Ballou hall and Packard hall, crown its summit, and one dwelling at the end of Professors row, for the c