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Publications - Portraits of Legislators On State House Third Floor

Natt HeadNatt Head (1828 - 1883) was born at Hooksett (NH). Like John McLane and Moody Currier, Head was first President of the State Senate and then Governor. Head, McLane and Currier have their portraits on both the State House second floor, which is dedicated to the likenesses of governors of New Hampshire, and the third floor, which is dedicated to members of the legislature and others. As a member of the State Senate (1876, 1877; President of the Senate, 1877), Head had his portrait "taken" by Plumber Prescot. As governor (1879 - 1880), Head asked artist U.S. Tenney to paint his portrait.


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