Richard A. Jeffers Heritage Center and
Alan Whipple Archives
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“Have enough pride in your past to share it with the future.”
With the opening of the Ansin Academic Building in 2004 came the space, finally, to create a true archive for the Academy.
Accordingly, the Richard A. Jeffers Heritage Center and Alan Whipple Archives were established in that year, thanks to the help and hard work of several dedicated people.
Most significant are the research done by faculty members Alan Whipple and Dick Jeffers and the writing of the Academy's history by alumnus Douglas Frank ’68. Parent Marjorie Clear (Alison '98 and Michael '01) searched through countless items stored in attics, and alumnus Larry Jacquith '63 collected, evaluated, and collated materials that added significantly to the project.
Paul Husted '64 has been an invaluable help and guide in the ongoing growth of the project.
The Dr. Samuel A. Green Collection
Dr. Samuel Green was a physician, a prolific author, and a noted historian. Also a passionate collector, Dr. Green gathered in six volumes a host of Groton area posters, programs, catalogs, and other printed ephemera.
A Brief History of Lawrence Academy
Read an overview of the 223-year story of Lawrence Academy.
An ongoing column of stories and anecdotes about Lawrence Academy's days gone by written by Joe Sheppard, a member of the faculty from 1965 to 2013 and currently an assistant in the communications office.
Current and archived issues of The Academy magazine, The Elm Tree and the student newspaper, Spectrum, school publications containing stories about the school both past and present.