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Hook Lobster Co. announces it is in it for the long haul

Will reopen business, rebuild after fire

John Hook stood yesterday on the site of the original James Hook & Co. in Boston. Yesterday, the Hook family oversaw the delivery of two modular trailers, and said they are hiring an architect and builder to erect a company headquarters there. John Hook stood yesterday on the site of the original James Hook & Co. in Boston. Yesterday, the Hook family oversaw the delivery of two modular trailers, and said they are hiring an architect and builder to erect a company headquarters there. (Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff)
By Megan Woolhouse
Globe Staff / August 3, 2008

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After a fire burned the storied and scruffy James Hook Lobster Co. building to the ground two months ago, there was little left except questions. (Full article: 684 words)

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