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'I wanted something that would last'

At 89, an architect stands by his plan for City Hall after four decades of both condemnation and praise

By Jack Thomas
Globe Staff / October 13, 2004

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If you believe in Boston folklore -- that is, if you believe that the spirit of Mary Dyer haunts Boston Common and the ghost of the Lady in Black roams Georges Island and the curse of the Bambino hovers over Fenway Park -- then what about Boston City Hall? (Full Article: 2359 Words)

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