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Dr Sherman H. Sanborn of Woburn was sworn. In February,1878, he was a student at the Tremont street Dental school; while there a man with a gray beard, with a covered wagon, came there with a corpse to sell, he asked $14; the students chipped together and bought it; the man said it came from Tewksbury; it was the body of a grown woman....
|Date:||April 24, 1883|
|Publication:||The Lowell Weekly Sun|
|Source:||The Pollard Memorial Library|
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