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A slow struggle out of darkness

For one town, shelter is spirit of community

Hot chocolate held some comfort for young Harvard residents taking shelter yesterday at the Bromfield School. Hot chocolate held some comfort for young Harvard residents taking shelter yesterday at the Bromfield School. (Globe Staff Photo / Suzanne Kreiter)
By David Filipov
Globe Staff / December 16, 2008

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HARVARD - Clayton Guyett, 84, has seen the aftermath of battles in the Pacific from a US Navy hospital ship in World War II, and the destruction wrought by fearsome storms as a boy growing up on the New York-Canada border. But he'd never seen anything like the ice storm that turned this bucolic town of country roads and sprawling ... (Full article: 1135 words)

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