a life in architecture
The astonishing Massachusetts State House in Boston pervades the life of Loyd Grossman, TV personality and a tireless commissioner for English Heritage. His father's family lived a stone's throw from it, and his uncle, who ran Boston's railways and public utilities, had an office inside.
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