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  <mods:abstract>Two newspaper articles, one about people who break glass and how dangerous it is for unsuspecting folks, especially children. The other article, by Helen Freeman Stevens of Chatham, about Aunt Tammie, her talents, her marriage and her annual visits to Truro every summer.</mods:abstract>
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