THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING

Boston's rare treasures may find a new home

Menino proposes one archives site

By Heather Allen
Globe Correspondent / August 26, 2004

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An 1808 Thomas Jefferson letter defending America's embargo of France sits in an old classroom in Hyde Park, where it was hurriedly placed after the school closed in 1985, and where student artwork still lines the walls. (Full Article: 725 Words)

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