THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING

Irving Salsberg, 86, architect for many local landmarks

By Gloria Negri
Globe Staff / November 27, 2005

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Irving Salsberg was a dreamer. He dreamed of cities that were built not just for commerce but with walkways and green areas for pedestrians. He imagined buildings that would be not only functional but that would ''surprise" by their distinctive form and beauty. (Full article: 959 words)

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