Campus Memorials

  Memorial Bell TowerThis iconic campus structure was erected in 1923 as a memorial to Phillips Academy alumni who lost their lives in World War I. Donor Samuel L. Fuller, class of 1891, selected the site on the old militia training ground. Although the trustees had agreed not to erect any academy buildings on this revered space, a war memorial was considered a fitting tribute. Troops had convened here from at least the Revolutionary War through World War I.
  Memorial PlaceThe broken columns of Memorial Place stand in poignant homage to the Phillips Academy students who lost their lives serving in wars dating from the Korean Conflict through the present day. Designed by Prentice & Chan, Ohlhausen of New York, Memorial Place was dedicated in 1994.
  Memorial GymBorden Gym was originally designed in 1901 by Peabody & Stearns of Boston. In 1951, Edgars & Higgins were commissioned to build an extensive expansion to the gym called Memorial Gymnasium in honor of Phillips Academy alumni who

 

 

 

 

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