To accommodate Harvard Law School’s large new building, an existing garage and dormitory had to be razed. But three historic wooden buildings were saved, making a gingerly trip up the closed Massachusetts Avenue on the weekend of June 23-25—their weight carefully distributed to avoid collapsing the Red Line subway tunnel underneath. For more on summer campus construction, see "Scaffolding and Science."
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