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Leonard Nimoy visits the West End Museum

From left: West End Museum curator Duane Lucia with Leonard and Adam Nimoy.

West End Museum

From left: West End Museum curator Duane Lucia with Leonard and Adam Nimoy.

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Boston-bred actor Leonard Nimoy, who recently played a senior Spock in “Star Trek Into Darkness,” was at the West End Museum last week for a tour. He and his son, Adam , checked out neighborhood photographs by Jules Aarons (which are on display through Aug. 3) and brought cameras because they’re making a movie about their family history. We’re told that the elder Nimoy, who grew up in the West End, recognized his grandmother in one of the images.

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