Peter Hornbeck, nationally renowned landscape architect, redesigned the Memorial Hall Library front entrance. He was on the faculty of the Harvard Graduate School of Design for 17 years. Broadfields estate, his 14-acre home in Andover, was designed by Percival Gallagher and James Sturges Pray of Olmsted Brothers (Brookline, Mass.) and planted during 1905-1920. Upon his death on June 3, 1998, he endowed the Hornbeck Fund at Harvard for teaching and research in landscape architecture.
- Andover Townsman , June 11, 1998, page 28.
- Lawrence Eagle Tribune, June 4, 1998
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