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Tales from Provincetown’s unique community

Hersey Taylor used to carry apples on the way to school to feed the deer that flocked around Pilgrim Monument.

Rachel White liked to squish the orange capsule into the lard that would pass for margarine during World War II when real butter was rationed.

And Lewis Reis’ father was an illegal immigrant, along with many in the Provincetown of his childhood, Reis said.

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