LAST WEEK’S ANSWER
The doorway in last week’s clue is on 4 Marlborough Street, built about 1864. By the early 1900s this, like many area properties, had become a lodging house. In 1959, Boston politician Louise Day Hicks, became part owner of this building. She was best known for her opposition
to busing students to achieve an integrated school system. The property remained in the Hicks family until a recent sale.
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THIS WEEK’S CLUE