May 12, 2011
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Prudential Tower, Boston, by Charles Luckman and Associates, 1964. The building’s budget allowed also for the iron “tapestry” by artist Alfred M. Duca, depicting the city’s history. The sculpture is seen here in the process of getting lifted and mounted in the tower’s lobby.
Photo by Eric Schaal, in Life Magazine, October 1964.

Prudential Tower, Boston, by Charles Luckman and Associates, 1964. The building’s budget allowed also for the iron “tapestry” by artist Alfred M. Duca, depicting the city’s history. The sculpture is seen here in the process of getting lifted and mounted in the tower’s lobby.

Photo by Eric Schaal, in Life Magazine, October 1964.

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