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A second chance to shine

After years of neglect, mural again graces post office wall

Kathy Hannigan, a sales and service associate at Clarendon Street post office, stood next to “Mail for New England,' a mural painted during the Great Depression. (Michele McDonald for The Boston Globe) Kathy Hannigan, a sales and service associate at Clarendon Street post office, stood next to “Mail for New England," a mural painted during the Great Depression.
By Brian R. Ballou
Globe Staff / April 9, 2010

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It was a summer in the 1930s, and sunlight gleamed off rooftops and reflected from the calm surface of Boston Harbor. A family took it all in from their balcony overlooking the water, their attention focused on several large ships. (Full article: 629 words)

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