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Clean Slate: The debate over what to do about Boston's City Hall is missing the point: its not about a building, its about reimaging the heart of the city, its connections to the past, and its possibilities for the future


TitleClean Slate: The debate over what to do about Boston's City Hall is missing the point: its not about a building, its about reimaging the heart of the city, its connections to the past, and its possibilities for the future
Publication TypeNewspaper Article
Year of Publication2007
AuthorsThrush, George
Secondary TitleBoston Globe
Pagination1, 4
Date PublishedMay 13
Publication Languageeng
Keywords1918-1997, 1962-1971, 1967, and, Architects, Boston, Center, City, Government, Hall, Kallman, Knowles, MA, Marvin, McKinnell, Paul, Rudolph, Service
Abstract

The author of this article at the time of publication was the director of the school of architecture at Northeastern University. Rudolph is not mentioned by name but the Government Service Center is an important part of the article.

Citation Key3374


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