JP Hatter Featured in Globe’s Look at ‘Jobs of Yesteryear’

The Globe interviewed Jessen Fitzpatrick of Centre Street’s Salmagundi for a feature on jobs you thought had gone away.

There was a time, not so very long ago, when just about everybody got milk delivered each morning to their homes. Most families owned typewriters and used them for school reports or formal correspondence. Worn-out shoes were sent to cobblerS for repair or renewal. Tailors made suits. Signs were painted by hand.

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