THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING

John DeStefano; brought artist's touch to stores

By Gloria Negri
Globe Staff / May 5, 2008

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John M. DeStefano might have realized his dream of becoming an artist and sculptor had it not been for the Great Depression, his need to help his family - which included six siblings, and his desire to start a family of his own. Instead, in 1937, he launched a business that required a different artistic sensibility: restoring department store mannequins ... (Full article: 1071 words)

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