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The Foley (Boston Sanatorium)
In 1906 the city acquired this former private estate to construct a hospital for consumptives. The retirement home of John Connes, former California senator and close friend of Abraham Lincoln, still stands on the estate where it was used as a superintendent's residence (249 River Street). Maginnis and Walsh designed the original hospital buildings, constructed between 1907 and 1920, their major surviving work being the Tudor-style Administration Building, built in 1910. In 1928–1930 James Ritchie and Associates, the firm that
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