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Robert Neiley; architect's real love was restoration

Robert Neiley was instrumental in the restoration of the Shirley-Eustis House in Roxbury. Robert Neiley was instrumental in the restoration of the Shirley-Eustis House in Roxbury.
By Stewart Bishop
Globe Correspondent / January 25, 2010

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In the world of historic restoration architecture, Robert Neiley was a dedicated and passionate pupil and practitioner. Early in his career, with much of the architectural world focused on modernism, Mr. Neiley began to concentrate on restoration. (Full article: 1000 words)

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