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Stolen rare maps find their way back to library's collection

By Jenna Russell
Globe Staff / January 2, 2008

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More than 30 rare, antique maps stolen from the Boston Public Library by a Martha's Vineyard map dealer were returned to the library in 2007, library president Bernard Margolis said this week, part of the conclusion of an international scandal that rocked the staid world of map collecting. (Full article: 523 words)

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