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Save modernist houses, Friends beg

Fear architecture hotbed may be lost

By Matt McDonald
Globe Correspondent / April 8, 2004

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Architect Henry B. Hoover, who designed several dozen houses in and around Lincoln, was so unpretentious that when someone asked him to define modernist architecture, he would often say it included any house with interior plumbing. (Full Article: 1088 Words)

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