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  • Subject contains "School buildings"

Bulfinch_DiningHallMainFlr_1903.jpg
Date: 1903
Description: Bulfinch Hall, once called The Brick Academy was built in 181 to replace its wooden predecessor, which had burnt to the ground. It served as the main academy building or Classic Hall from 1818 to 1843…[More]

Bulfinch_DiningHall2ndFlr_1903.jpg
Date: 1903
Description: Bulfinch Hall, once called The Brick Academy was built in 181 to replace its wooden predecessor, which had burnt to the ground. It served as the main academy building or Classic Hall from 1818 to 1843…[More]

BulfinchFire_1896.jpg
Description: Bulfinch Hall, once called The Brick Academy was built in 181 to replace its wooden predecessor, which had burnt to the ground. It served as the main academy building or Classic Hall from 1818 to 1843…[More]

Bulfinch1896-1926_01.jpg
Description: Bulfinch Hall, once called The Brick Academy was built in 181 to replace its wooden predecessor, which had burnt to the ground. It served as the main academy building or Classic Hall from 1818 to 1843…[More]

BrickHouse004.jpg
Description: The Brick House was built in 1832 on the site where the Phillips Memorial Gateway was built. It served as a printing house and a book store from 1832 through the 1860's, at which point Warren Draper…[More]

BrickHouse003.jpg
Description: The Brick House was built in 1832 on the site where the Phillips Memorial Gateway was built. It served as a printing house and a book store from 1832 through the 1860's, at which point Warren Draper…[More]

BrickHouse002.jpg
Description: The Brick House was built in 1832 on the site where the Phillips Memorial Gateway was built. It served as a printing house and a book store from 1832 through the 1860's, at which point Warren Draper…[More]

BrickHouse001.jpg
Description: The Brick House was built in 1832 on the site where the Phillips Memorial Gateway was built. It served as a printing house and a book store from 1832 through the 1860's, at which point Warren Draper…[More]

BrechinHall_002.jpg
Description: Brechin Hall was built in 1865 with money donated by John Dove and Peter and John Smith alums and prominent Andover businessmen. They named the building after their childhood home Brechin, Scotland.…[More]

BrechinHall_LibraryInterior_04.jpg
Description: The interior of Brechin Hall matched its church-like exterior with its vaulted cathedral ceiling. The portraits staring down from above made this a very quiet space.

BrechinHall_LibraryInterior_03.jpg
Description: The interior of Brechin Hall matched its church-like exterior with its vaulted cathedral ceiling. The man seated in the chair is likely the librarian and his steely gaze along with the portraits…

BrechinHall_LibraryInterior_02.jpg
Description: The interior of Brechin Hall matched its church-like exterior with its vaulted cathedral ceiling. The portraits staring down from above made this a very quiet space.

BrechinHall_LibraryInterior1879.jpg
Date: 1879
Description: The interior of Brechin Hall matched its church-like exterior with its vaulted cathedral ceiling. The portraits staring down from above made this a very quiet space.

BaileyHouse001.jpg
Description: Located at 20 School Street between Flagg House and Alumni House, this building is named for Bertha Bailey, a principal of Abbot Academy

AndoverCottage006.jpg
Description: Andover Cottage was built through the generous donations of residents of the town of Andover, spearheaded by Miss Emily Carter. It was completed in 1893 and was the residence for 10 students, an…

AndoverCottage005.jpg
Description: Andover Cottage was built through the generous donations of residents of the town of Andover, spearheaded by Miss Emily Carter. It was completed in 1893 and was the residence for 10 students, an…

AndoverCottage004.jpg
Date: 1903
Description: Andover Cottage was built through the generous donations of residents of the town of Andover, spearheaded by Miss Emily Carter. It was completed in 1893 and was the residence for 10 students, an…

AndoverCottage003.jpg
Description: Andover Cottage was built through the generous donations of residents of the town of Andover, spearheaded by Miss Emily Carter. It was completed in 1893 and was the residence for 10 students, an…

AndoverCottage002.jpg
Description: Andover Cottage was built through the generous donations of residents of the town of Andover, spearheaded by Miss Emily Carter. It was completed in 1893 and was the residence for 10 students, an…

AndoverCottage001.jpg
Description: Andover Cottage was built through the generous donations of residents of the town of Andover, spearheaded by Miss Emily Carter. It was completed in 1893 and was the residence for 10 students, an…