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Sylvia Shaw Judson was a Quaker and a sculptress of considerable note. Encouraged by her father, an architect, she trained at the Chicago Art Institute and under Bourdelle in Paris. Most of her sculpture was designed for particular locations, and is to be seen in parks, schools, churches, and hospitals throughout America. Two of her best known works are the monument to the Quaker Mary Dyer in front of the Boston State House, and The Little Gardener which was bought by Jacqueline Kennedy for the Rose Garden of the White House. A book of her sculpture, For Gardens and Other Places, was published in 1965. She died in 1978.