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STELLA TRAFFORD | 1912-2009

City loses tireless guardian of its most treasured spaces

Stella Trafford, seen in her garden, helped sidetrack a plan to erect 600-foot buildings near the Public Garden. Stella Trafford, seen in her garden, helped sidetrack a plan to erect 600-foot buildings near the Public Garden. (Janet Knott/ Globe Staff/ File 2001)
By Michael J. Bailey
Globe Staff / March 17, 2009

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With equal parts grit, smarts, and Southern grace, Stella Trafford led the way to preserve and restore some of midtown Boston's most treasured oases. (Full article: 1108 words)

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