History of the Academy
Items in the History of the Academy Collection
An example of the seal whose original was created by Paul Revere in silver and was used to mark documents with sealing wax. Non sibi or not for self still drives the school today.
This is the modest version of Abbot Academy's seal. In the original version this same Truth was draped with a single breast exposed. Emily Means had first designed the seal with a reverance for classical sculpture. In the 1890's Miss Watson had the…
Exterior view of Alumni House, which was the third building owned by the K.O.A. Society on campus. It is located on School Street in Andover.
This is a photograph of the pumper truck and hose truck used by the school's student fire department.
For a few years in the late 1970's Massachusetts lowered the drinking age to 18, which made it legal for Academy students to drink alcohol. The school responded to this by opening the Pub in cooperation with the Inn. Located in the basement of the…
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