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A city in love with the loner

A statue of former mayor White is unveiled at Faneuil Hall

By Matt Viser
Globe Staff / November 2, 2006

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As bagpipes wailed and traffic stopped, the city's longest-serving mayor walked gingerly down the City Hall steps he had used hundreds of times before. With Mayor Thomas M. Menino at his side, occasionally guiding him, Kevin H. White smiled, waved, and shook hands, seeming almost the the dashing, elegant figure of decades ago, as tears rolled down the faces of ... (Full article: 680 words)

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