This house is far more typical of the work of Stone, Carpenter & Willson in the late 1880s than two other examples included in this tour (James Potter House and Israel B. Mason House). Its massing is more contained, and its detail is more restrained. Davis was a textile manufacturer.
– 2003 Guide to Providence Architecture
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