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By Emily Sweeney
Globe Staff / August 26, 2010

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It was a warm July day in 1936, and 16-year-old Joseph C. Troy Jr. was spending the weekend at his uncle’s house in Mattapoisett. It was Sunday afternoon; Troy decided to go for a swim before returning home to Dorchester with his parents. So he joined his uncle’s friend, Walter Styles, waded into the waters at Hollywood Beach, and began ... (Full article: 1386 words)

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