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When their formal education ends, some people are happy never to learn another thing for the rest of their lives, while others still thirst for knowledge.

I am one of the latter, eternally curious about pretty much everything, including my adopted town of Lynn.

My library of books about Lynn takes up almost as much shelf space as my baseball books and encompasses subjects such as old photographs, reproduction street directories, books on buildings, drainage projects, smugglers, the civil war, the docks, paintings, cemeteries and much more besides. Some are large heavy tomes, such as the two volumes by Henry Hillen published in 1907, while others are slim pamphlets.

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