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Iconic Harvard Book Store turns a new page

'I can't remember the first time I entered the store, because it just seems like a part of my life now. I always walked out with five books, and left 10 behind that I really wanted.' - Jeff Mayersohn , new Harvard Book Store owner "I can't remember the first time I entered the store, because it just seems like a part of my life now. I always walked out with five books, and left 10 behind that I really wanted." - Jeff Mayersohn, new Harvard Book Store owner (Globe Staff Photo / Wendy Maeda)
By Jennifer Schwartz
Globe Correspondent / October 12, 2008

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A voracious reader and zealous book collector, Jeff Mayersohn always harbored the fantasy of retiring from his hectic high-tech career and owning a bookstore. (Full article: 919 words)

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