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June 19. 2013 12:51PM

Cobbler selling Dover Shoe Hospital after 94 years as family business

Frank Angelopoulos, 69, the current owner and cobbler at the Hospital, said not much has changed in the 1,350-square-foot business on Third Street since his grandfather opened the shop in 1919.

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