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The article discusses the architectural planning and development of One Financial Plaza (The Hospital Trust Tower) at the corners of Westminster and Exchange Street. The article celebrates the Travertine marble taken from a riverbed approximately 35 miles from Rome that construct the tower, and the Rhode Island Hospital Trust Company's service as "a trustee for people, families, and institutions."
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Muratore, Joseph R. "The Landmarks of Federal Hill: 'The Hospital Trust Tower. A Tower of Italian Travertine Marble.'" The Echo [Providence] 10 Jan. 1980: pp. 18-19. Print.
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