The Founders' Monument featuring Sir Richard Saltonstall and bas-reliefs of Roger Clap's landing and the antitax protest.
- The Founders' Monument featuring Sir Richard Saltonstall and bas-reliefs of Roger Clap's landing and the antitax protest.
Built in 1935 with money raised by G. Fred Robinson. Designed by Henry Hudson Kitson. Located near the intersection of Charles River Road and Riverside Street. Richard Saltonstall was granted 558 acres and is considered the founder of Watertown.
- Watertown Free Public Library
- Collection (local):
Watertown Monuments and Historical Markers
Watertown (Mass.)--Social life and customs
Kitson, Henry Hudson, 1865-1947
Robinson, George Frederick--1859-1949
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