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Worcester auction has historians and collectors abuzz

Items up for grabs include George Washington’s will

Historian Bill Ralph and auctioneer Richard Oliver chatted amid the items that belonged to Worcester native A.H. Green. Historian Bill Ralph and auctioneer Richard Oliver chatted amid the items that belonged to Worcester native A.H. Green. (Fred Field for The Boston Globe)
By Joseph P. Kahn
Globe Staff / September 5, 2010

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An extraordinary collection of items belonging to Worcester native Andrew Haswell Green — a visionary who helped remake New York City in the 19th century — will be sold this week in an unprecedented four-day auction at the DCU Center in Worcester. Among the thousands of documents, artworks, china, clothing, and toys being sold are handwritten correspondence to and from ... (Full article: 1067 words)

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