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Educated at Boston University and Harvard, Ed Quill  worked many years at the Boston Globe. He was chief librarian, editor of "Ask the Globe," a feature writer and eventually the Globe's Boston City Hall reporter. Ed was appointed as Boston's first City Archivist. Mr. Quill collected and secured, under one roof, much of Boston's vital and historic records. In the process of saving critical documents from ruin, he organized and created a research center for future generations. He is the author of Pembroke 2000: A Century of Change.


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