Browse through binders of the Society’s photograph collection and discover images of Andover
The Society stewards a collection of over 17,000 photographs documenting the history of Andover. Since 2005, we’ve had an ongoing project to scan all the images and enter the electronic file into our collections database. Volunteer Viggie Johnson has been working on this project for the past few years, working her way through the
“Streets & Structures” files. Printed copies of all the scanned photographs are available for browsing in easily accessible binders, while the originals are now stored safely in the archives. Stop by, ask a staff member to show you the photo binders, and browse. Find an image of Andover you like? We can print a copy of the photograph for you.
The Society’s library and archives are open every Tuesday through Saturday 10:00-4:00.