Patricia White, a candidate for the Boston City Council, read recently at Dorchester House. Her role there, and in other spots, she suggested, may be more important to voters than her family lineage.
Patricia Hagan White

'I'm going to be honest with you. My life is this city and my family.'

By Michael Levenson
Globe Correspondent / October 11, 2005

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Patricia Hagan White, daughter of former mayor Kevin Hagan White, granddaughter of Boston City Council presidents William ''Mother" Galvin, and Joseph White, and great-granddaughter of the City Council president Henry Hagan, cannot stop talking about someone else while she's on the campaign trail. (Full article: 1113 words)

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