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Carol Boileau, an Andover artist is intrigued by the form of stones that she uses in her beautiful paining.
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Allen Hinton was the first person in New England to exclusively sell ice cream. Hinton, an ex-slave and waiter at the Theological Seminary, began selling ice cream in 1877. The stand was located on Hidden Road and was operated until 1930 by Hinton's heirs.  
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*"Earth Connection Flows with Images in Andover Artist Series", ''Townsman'', March 29, 2001
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*"Local Ice Cream Business had Flourished Over the Years", ''Townsman'', August 27, 2015, page 15
*"Rock on: Family of Artists Romance Stones in New Exhibit", ''Townsman'', October 14, 2010, page 4.
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Revision as of 15:00, 12 February 2016

Allen Hinton was the first person in New England to exclusively sell ice cream. Hinton, an ex-slave and waiter at the Theological Seminary, began selling ice cream in 1877. The stand was located on Hidden Road and was operated until 1930 by Hinton's heirs.

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  • "Local Ice Cream Business had Flourished Over the Years", Townsman, August 27, 2015, page 15



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