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Margo Miller was on the staff of The Boston Globe, 1962-1999, writing on performing arts, architecture, and interior design. She was introduced to the Boston Symphony Orchestra concerts when she worked summers at the orchestra's Tanglewood Festival. That began her interest in Henry Lee Higginson, BSO founder in 1881, and resulted in this book when she discovered he built the Hotel Agassiz, an early apartment house in Boston's Back Bay, in which she has lived since 1977.

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Château Higginson: Social Life in Boston's Back Bay, 1870-1920