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WILMOT, NH - MAY 15: Poet Donald Hall's favorite baseball figurines at his home in Wilmot, N.H. The home belonged to his great-grandparents and was built in 1803. (Photo by Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
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WILMOT, NH - MAY 15: Poet Donald Hall's favorite baseball figurines at his home in Wilmot, N.H. The home belonged to his great-grandparents and was built in 1803. (Photo by Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
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Poet Donald Hall's favorite baseball figurines at his home in Wilmot... News Photo 171066229Arts Culture and Entertainment,Baseball,Belong,Figurine,Home,Horizontal,New Hampshire,USAPhotographer Collection: Boston Globe 2013 - The Boston GlobeWILMOT, NH - MAY 15: Poet Donald Hall's favorite baseball figurines at his home in Wilmot, N.H. The home belonged to his great-grandparents and was built in 1803. (Photo by Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe via Getty Images)