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Saving a jewel of the Emerald Necklace

Old landmark seeks new life

Anne Lusk (left) of the Harvard School of Public Health, Bill Powell (center) of the American Institute of Architecture, and Hugh Mattison of the Friends of Pinebank joined with a local worker, Claire Chisholm, to discuss preserving the Pinebank mansion.
By Bill Porter
Globe Staff / September 11, 2006

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Blackened by soot, despoiled by graffiti, and crumbling under the assaults of vandalism and neglect, a star-crossed landmark near the shore of Jamaica Pond now faces the wrecking ball. (Full article: 616 words)

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