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Andover Theological Seminary
In 1910, the Seminary and its library merged with Harvard Divinity School. In 1926, the two schools separated, but the books that had been brought to Harvard were allowed to remain at Harvard, in Andover Hall, where they still remain.
In 1965, Andover Theological Seminary merged with Newton Baptist Institute to form the Andover Newton Theological School . Andover's books at Harvard but are the property of the Andover Newton Theological School.
Notable alumni of Andover Theological Seminary include the following. (The year following the name is the last year of study at the Seminary.)
- Adoniram Judson 1810?, Baptist missionary to Myanmar, then known as Burma
- Cephas Washburn 1818?, "The Apostle to the Cherokees"
- Author Jacob Abbott 1824
- Joseph Hardy Neesima 1874, founder of Doshisha University in Japan
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