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August 4, 1990 | GERALDINE BAUM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
David beat back Goliath on Friday in the tiny seacoast village of Rockport, Mass. The dispute was between the small New England village and the venerable Smithsonian Institution. The issue was a $1-million bequest left to Rockport by longtime resident and millionaire Franz Denghausen.
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August 4, 1990 | GERALDINE BAUM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
David beat back Goliath on Friday in the tiny seacoast village of Rockport, Mass. The dispute was between the small New England village and the venerable Smithsonian Institution. The issue was a $1-million bequest left to Rockport by longtime resident and millionaire Franz Denghausen.
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July 2, 2000 | ROBERT G. PUSHKAR, Robert G. Pushkar is a freelance writer and photographer in Wakefield, Mass
Sea swells clap and thunder against rusty granite boulders as I climb down to the beach for a closer look at nature's fury. I live only a half-hour away, and this is where I come to recharge: the nub of land 30 miles north of Boston called Cape Ann. Sometimes a few hours is enough. Often--but not often enough--I take a few days to rejuvenate body and soul.
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