This from a Boston. As the population of Boston shifted down from Beacon Hill into the "Back Bay", an area claimed by landfill, Copley Sq. anchored the area by building the Museum of Fine Arts (1876) moved 1903 further out to dodge congestion, the beautiful Parisian looking Boston Public Library with murals by Sargent and Chavannes, Richardson's Trinity Church, etc. Copley Sq. (after American born artist, John Singleton Copley_ who moved to London as the War broke out) is on "Boylston Street", a long commercial street anchored at one end by the Boston Public Garden and Mass. Ave on the other
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