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Today the Boston Globe digs into the history of Randolph Engineering, the famed eyewear manufacturer of Massachusetts, Don Draper, and military pilots. Read up on how the company remained current in domestic production by recreating itself as a fashion line, making 2,000 frames a day. [Boston Globe]