Starting in 1902 at a country school that had an enrollment of fourteen, Frank Boyden built an academy that has long since taken its place on a level with Andover and Exeter. Boyden, who died in 1972, was the schools headmaster for sixty-six years. John McPhee portrays a remarkable man at the near end of a skein of magnanimous despots who...created enduring schools throu
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