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Guilt by association

For 65 years, a Boston club has made Sherlock Holmes mysteries a scholarly pastime

By David Mehegan
Globe Staff / November 28, 2005

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CAMBRIDGE -- At a glance, nobody would think this scene remarkable. On the second floor of the Houghton Library for rare books at Harvard, a roomful of men of middle-to-elder years in business attire and a few women sip sherry from little flutes and lean to examine rare manuscripts in glass cases. They are jolly and convivial. Soon they will ... (Full article: 1641 words)

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