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Bars on books jar Harvard students

Thefts prompt action, school says

Bars blocked the shelves at the Dunster House Library, rendering the books off-limits. Bars blocked the shelves at the Dunster House Library, rendering the books off-limits.
By David Abel
Globe Staff / September 30, 2009

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For nearly a century, the ornate library with the chandelier, fireplace, and wood-paneled walls has drawn students to its prized collection of classics, thousands of dust-covered tomes from Cicero to Twain. (Full article: 759 words)

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