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Old house sparks a new partnership

Pair add to efforts to preserve last home of architect

By Bridget Samburg
Globe Correspondent / August 22, 2004

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It might take two out-of-towners to salvage the H. H. Richardson House. Michael Gotkin of New York and Allan Galper of Newton, who both grew up in the neighborhood but did not know each other, recently combined forces to fight the possible demolition of the historic house on Cottage Street which was once home to architect Henry Hobson Richardson, noted ... (Full Article: 773 Words)

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