Bohemian Rhapsody 

Before there were bellhops, Linden Row was a magnet for Richmond's creative class. And it was all because of an eccentric preservationist named Mary Wingfield Scott.

Richmond once had such a place, a necklace of eight 153-year-old row houses called Linden Row.This enclave stretched from 100 to 114 E. Franklin St., across from the Richmond Public Library downtown. By 1950 it had been saved from development by an…

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