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This red-brick tower, with its buff stone trim in modernized English Baroque, anchors the northwest corner of the front lawn and announces the institution’s presence to the visitor ascending adjacent Waterman Street. Designed by Guy Lowell (Boston), it was the gift of Paul Bajnotti in memory of his wife, Carrie Mathilde Brown, whom he also honored in the Bajnotti Fountain in City Hall Park (Kennedy Plaza). Her sister, Annmary Brown Hawkins, was similarly memorialized by her loving husband in a library also included in the tour (21 Brown Street).

 

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