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Buyer found for Brookline's historic Richardson House

From the bedroom of his Brookline home (above), architect Henry Hobson Richardson could see his masterpiece, Trinity Church in Copley Square. From the bedroom of his Brookline home (above), architect Henry Hobson Richardson could see his masterpiece, Trinity Church in Copley Square. (ALLAN GALPER)
By Robert Campbell
Globe Correspondent / January 12, 2008

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A house in Brookline that drew national attention as a threatened site has been saved from demolition. (Full article: 444 words)

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