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The following is a list of notable faculty, trustees, and alumni of Phillips Exeter Academy, a preparatory school in Exeter, New Hampshire, founded in 1781.

Notable faculty members and trustees of Phillips Exeter Academy[edit]

Notable alumni[edit]

1780s[edit]

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In fiction[edit]

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Further reading[edit]

  • Harris, Bernard C.; Phillips Exeter Academy Alumni-Alumnae, A Listing of the Trustees, Principals, Members of the Faculty Emeriti, and All Living Alumni and Alumnae ; Harris Publishing Company (White Plaines, New York), 19th Edition, PAH-W121-1M-18.1V