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* Andover Bank opened in 1826 on Essex Turnpike which later became Main Street.
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Maude Morgan, who exhibited with Jackson Pollack, worked in watercolors, oils, and gouache. An abstract and representational artist, she created collages and screen prints. She taught at Abbot Academy and her works were shown at the Addison Gallery. The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston honors her with annual Maud Morgan Award.  
* When the National Bank Act of 1863 was passed, the Andover Bank changed from a State Bank into a National Bank and was called the Andover National Bank.
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* With an addition to the original structure the Andover Savings Bank opened on the ground floor of the expanded space.  In 1924 the Savings Bank moved to another building on Main Street.
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The Maud Morgan Arts center in Cambridge provides a forum for emerging artists for collaboration.  
* Simplified its name back to Andover Bank in 1991
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* Went public on May 8, 1986, with the symbol '''''ANDB''''' on '''''NASDAQ'''''.
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** The value of each share on May 8, 1986: bid 17 1/8; ask 17 3/8
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* Andover Bank (ANDB) was officially bought by BankNorth Group of Portland, Maine on October 31, 2001. Because it is no longer sold, Andover Bank stock is not listed on Bigcharts.
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* Formally became BankNorth (BNK) in February of 2002; '''''BNK''''' is sold on the '''''NYSE'''''
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**At the closing 2.27 shares of Banknorth was exchanged for one share of Andover's stock.  
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* The name was changed to TD Banknorth in 2005.
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* The name was changed to TD Bank September 2009; Tronto-Dominion Bank is sold on the '''''NYSE''''' and the symbol is '''''TD'''''.
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* Last President of Andover Bank was Gerald T. Mulligan
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See
 
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* ''Andover Townsman'', May 22, 1986.
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*[http://maudmorgan.com/ Maud Morgan Arts]
* ''Andover Townsman'', June 14, 2001
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*[http://www.artdaily.org/index.asp?int_sec=11&int_new=49007 Maud Morgan Award]
* ''Andover Townsman'', November 15, 2001.
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* [http://andover.mvlc.org/opac/en-US/skin/default/xml/rdetail.xml?r=487303&t=andover%20century%20of%20change&tp=title&d=0&hc=1&rt=title ''Andover: A Century of Change''] by Eleanor Motley Richardson,  (974.45 Ric),page 133 - 134 and page 222.
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Maude Morgan, who exhibited with Jackson Pollack, worked in watercolors, oils, and gouache. An abstract and representational artist, she created collages and screen prints. She taught at Abbot Academy and her works were shown at the Addison Gallery. The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston honors her with annual Maud Morgan Award.

The Maud Morgan Arts center in Cambridge provides a forum for emerging artists for collaboration.


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