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Harold Alfond, gave generously for healthcare and sports

By Bryan Marquard
Globe Staff / November 17, 2007

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A few years after graduating from high school during the Depression, Harold Alfond had already found a measure of success. He left Swampscott to work for 25 cents an hour as a shoe boy in a Maine factory and quickly rose to become superintendent of the plant. (Full article: 1100 words)

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