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Scaffolding and mesh surround the northeast corner of the Old State House as repairs to the historic building get underway. The Bostonian Society, which manages the building, says it needs $3 million in repairs.

Keeping history in good repair

Old State House in dire need, say preservationists

By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / August 13, 2006

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The Old State House in Boston -- a grand national landmark and symbol of revolutionary Massachusetts -- needs $3 million in repairs to prevent it from rotting and crumbling, according to the Bostonian Society, the historical preservation group that manages the building. (Full article: 768 words)

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