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Thomas Wilson Dunn; salesman became college teacher

THOMAS WILSON DUNN THOMAS WILSON DUNN
By Bryan Marquard
Globe Staff / March 31, 2009

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Twenty-five years out of Harvard, having "sold one thing or another in every state in the union," Thomas Wilson Dunn thought it was time to consider the counsel a college instructor offered during his student days. (Full article: 974 words)

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