Boston, All One Family

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Commonwealth Editions, Oct 1, 2005 - Photography - 128 pages
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"With virtually unlimited access to the city's leaders, the Boston Globe's society photographer has spent the past two years stitching together a beautiful portrait of Boston-not the bricks and buildings, but the people who make it move. There are celebrities aplenty here (from pols and pundits to actors and artists) but there are also dozens of images of community leaders who donate their time and money to make Boston a ""family"" more than ever. "

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Contents

Section 1
1975
Section 2
1984
Section 3
1986
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Bill Brett has been taking pictures for The Boston Globe for over forty years. His first book, Boston, All One Family, was Commonwealth Editions' best-selling book in 2005. He followed that with Boston, An Extended Family and Boston: A Year in the Life. He lives in Hingham, Massachusetts.

Carol Beggy is an award-winning journalist who left the "Boston Globe" in 2008 after more than ten years as a writer and editor. She is a senior consultant with Saragoni & Company, collaborated with photographer Bill Brett on four books about Boston, and was also part of the team behind "Ted Kennedy: Scenes from and Epic Life.

Peter Derow is Hody Fellow and Tutor in Ancient History, Wadham College, Oxford. Robert Parker is Wykeham Professor of Ancient History in the University of Oxford and Fellow of New College.