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Pine Manor College (Roughwood)
Pine Manor College has retained and adaptively reused all of the important original buildings of the William and Josephine Cox estate begun in 1890 by Andrews, Jaques and Rantoul. Robert Andrews and Herbert Jaques had trained under fellow Brookline resident H. H. Richardson. The largely unaltered main house now serves as an administration center. Although it was built with a puddingstone and brownstone first floor and a slate roof with
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