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Francis Fine; craftsman could create tiny objects, big laughs

By Bryan Marquard
Globe Staff / August 24, 2006

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In the 1930s, as a teenager teaching crafts at a summer camp, Francis R. Fine traveled with a group of campers to a museum that exhibited tiny replicas of weapons fashioned from nails. He liked the concept. (Full article: 828 words)

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