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Gone with the wind

Antique symbols of rural New England vanish as thieves remove highly prized collectibles

By Matt Gunderson
Globe Correspondent / October 27, 2005

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They are from a bygone era, serving as primitive wind gauges for farmers. But now they are considered icons of New England's rural past. (Full article: 769 words)

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