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William Federer, 91; survivor of Holocaust became chocolatier

By Gloria Negri
Globe Staff / August 9, 2006

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In the little shop filled with chocolate and Viennese truffles in Coolidge Corner, customers often dropped by not only to purchase the hand-dipped delicacies but to chat with their legendary creator, William Federer . (Full article: 1034 words)

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