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Architect Addison B. Le Boutillier lived in Andover from 1905 to 1931. He designed many homes in Andover, an addition to Punchard High School, Shawsheen Grade School, and Parish House Christ Church. A talented man LeBoutillier was a major figure in the budding Arts and Crafts movement, producing fine etchings and woodcuts, and created beautiful pottery.
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Architect Addison B. Le Boutillier lived in Andover from 1905 to 1931. He designed many homes in Andover, an addition to Punchard High School, Shawsheen Grade School, and Parish House Christ Church. A talented man LeBoutillier was a major figure in the budding Arts and Crafts movement, producing fine etchings, woodcuts, and beautiful pottery.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 12:53, 23 December 2015

Architect Addison B. Le Boutillier lived in Andover from 1905 to 1931. He designed many homes in Andover, an addition to Punchard High School, Shawsheen Grade School, and Parish House Christ Church. A talented man LeBoutillier was a major figure in the budding Arts and Crafts movement, producing fine etchings, woodcuts, and beautiful pottery.

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