The Story of Phillips Exeter

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INDEX
Abbot, Principal Benjamin, 2, 8, 15, 28, 32-39, 40, 47, 48, 54, 77
Abbot, Joseph Hale, 36
Academy bell, 36, 107 Academy buildings: First Academy, 14, 17, 30; Second Academy, 28, 29, 37, 43; Third Academy, 3, 43, 100; Fourth, 102, 106, 108; Abbot, 37, 122; Alumni, 93; Amen, 113; Bancroft, 122; Baseball cage, 117; Boat house, 119; Chemistry laboratory, 69; Cilley, 113; Davis Library, 94-95; Dunbar, 92; Dutch, 122; Exeter Inn, 117; Gilman, 94; Gorham, 43, 58, 65; Graduates House, 107; Gymnasium, 69; Hooper, 109, 122; Hoyt, 93, 122; Infirmary Annex, 117; Jeremiah Smith, 117, 119; Lamont Infirmary, 110; Lamont Gallery, 149; Langdell, 119, 122; Long (Kirtland), 94; Merrill (first), 88, 92, 106; Merrill (second), 122; Peabody, 92, 122; Phillips Church, 110; Phillips Hall, 122; Physics laboratory, 69; Service Bldg., 149; Sleeper, 122; Soule, 72, 122; Squash courts, 117; Thompson Gymnasium, 107; Thompson Science Bldg., 117, 119; Veazey, 122; Watkins, 94; Wentworth, 113; Wheelwright, 122; Williams, 94
Adams, Professor Ebenezer, 38
Adelphi Academy, 62
Adult Education, 147
Advanced Placement, 144, 157
Advisory Council, 197
Alder, Eugene C., 27
Allen, Charles Dexter, 27
Amen, Dr. Harlan Page, 1-6, 52, 73, 74-96, 162, 164
Amen, Mrs. Mary B. Rawson, 5, 81, 94
Amherst College, 38
Amherst, N.H., 41
Anderson, Hon. Larz, 95
Andover Theological School, 41
Andover, the Town of, 7, 13
Anthology Society and the Monthly Anthology, 54
Anticipatory Program, 127, 132
Appointive Offices: Assistant to the Principal, 81; Dean, 107, 173; Director of Admissions, 111, 169; Director of Athletics, 88; Director of Scholarship Boys, 132; Director of Studies, 111, 126, 167; Recorder, 107, 111; Secretary of the Academy, 145; Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds, 81; Treasurer, 111
Arbella, 137
Arminians, 15, 31
Armstrong, Rodney, 148
Arnold, Dr. Thomas, 77
Astronomy, 124
Atlantic Monthly, 112-113
Athletics, 27, 28, 88, 89 Scores of Exeter-Andover contests, 215-224
Babb, James T., 148
Balch, Marston Stevens, 121
Baldwin, Rev. A. Graham, 156
Barrett, Earl Alonzo, 115, 121
Bancroft, Principal Cecil F. P., 61
Bancroft, Hon. George, 50, 53, 61
Bancroft, Gen. William Amos, 86, 93
Baseball, 59, 215
Bates, Robert Hicks, 157
Baylies, Edmund L., 93
Baylies, Walter C., 93
Beeck, Elmer Ellsworth, 149
Beilby, Rev. George Everett, Jr., 158
Belknap, Rev. Joseph, 12
Bell, Governor Charles Henry, 16, 18, 19, 176
Bender, Dean Wilbur J., 156
Bennett, George Edward, 157
Benson, John Howard, 131
Benton, Corning, 107, 111, 115, 134, 171-173
Biddle, Mrs. Anthony Drexel, Jr., 17
Bisbee, Joseph H., 5
Bissell, Henry Hamilton, 132
Boston Athenaeum, 54
Bowdoin College, 38, 40, 41
Bowles, Ralph Hartt, 89
Boyden, W. Lincoln, 149
Brinckerhoff, Richard Fowler, 157
Brown, John S., 36
Brown University, 38
Buckminster, Rev. Joseph, 48, 157
Buckminster, Rev. Joseph Stevens, 53, 54
Burroughs, Charles, 48, 50
Butler, Governor Benjamin F., 61
Carhart, George Stephens, 119
Caspar, Carl Martin, 147

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