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Turn 90 degrees from Old South, still on the steps of the Boston Public Library, and we have one of the most outstanding American buildings of the nineteenth century: Henry Hobson Richardson's Trinity Church. The reddish stone here, however, is not Roxbury Puddingstone, but rather, a sandstone quarried in Western Massachusetts. Trinity just underwent a major renovation.
Copyright 2007, Garrett Wollman. All rights reserved. Photograph taken 2007-04-21.