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In 1899, the wedge-shaped Ferdinand Building, constructed in the late 1800s, dominated the junction of Washington and Warren streets in the quickly-changing city of Boston. Trolley tracks crisscrossed the brick-paved street, challenging horses and buggies, and offering residents an alternative method of commuting. In the 1800s, the route was populated with taverns, tailors, riding schools, and even a clairvoyant or two.
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