Tears, memories of Thomas Menino flow

The late mayor will lie in state on Sunday at Faneuil Hall, before a private funeral Mass Monday.

Boston continues to mourn the late Thomas M. Menino, who died Thursday.

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Boston continues to mourn the late Thomas M. Menino, who died Thursday.

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Menino will lie in state Sunday at Faneuil Hall, beginning at 10 a.m.

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A private funeral Mass will be held Monday at a Hyde Park church.

Mourners may leave flowers and mementos inside City Hall’s main entrance.

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Mourners may leave flowers and mementos inside City Hall’s main entrance.

Condolence books can be signed at all city libraries and community centers.

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Condolence books can be signed at all city libraries and community centers.

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Memorials for Thomas M. Menino

Sunday

10 a.m.: Lying in state at Faneuil Hall

Monday

12 p.m.: Private Mass at Most Precious Blood Church, 25 Maple St. in Hyde Park

Ongoing

Flowers and mementos may be left in City Hall, inside the main entrance, on the City Hall Plaza side.

Condolence books will be located in all of the city’s neighborhood libraries and community centers.

Letters and cards may be sent to Menino’s office at Boston University, 75 Bay State Road, Boston MA 02215.

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//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2014/10/31/BostonGlobe.com/National/Images/Copy%20of%20kreiter_meninodeathcityhall8_met.jpg Residents, others pay respects to Menino at City Hall

City Hall was filled with silence as visitors stopped in to honor Thomas Menino late into the night.

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