New Hampshire State Capitol, Concord Photos

The 1819 state house building was designed by Stuart Park. Although enlarged in 1864 & 1910, the house & senate chambers remained unchanged, making them the oldest American chambers still in use as built.

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New Hampshire State House. Concord, NH.Statue of Daniel Webster, New Hampshire-born orator, in front of New Hampshire State House. Concord, NH.Gold dome of New Hampshire State House. Concord, NH.Detail of gold dome of New Hampshire State House. Concord, NH.
New Hampshire State House (1819 & enlarged 1864 & 1910). Concord, NH. Architect: Stuart Park + J.F. Bryant + Peabody & Stearns.Statue of Daniel Webster, New Hampshire-born orator, in front of New Hampshire State House. Concord, NH.Gold dome of New Hampshire State House. Concord, NH.Detail of gold dome of New Hampshire State House. Concord, NH.
Eagle carving atop New Hampshire State House cupola dome. Concord, NH.Pediment detail of New Hampshire State House. Concord, NH.Columns of New Hampshire State House. Concord, NH.Soldiers & Sailors Monument before New Hampshire State House. Concord, NH.
Eagle carving atop New Hampshire State House cupola dome. Concord, NH.Pediment detail of New Hampshire State House. Concord, NH.Columns of New Hampshire State House. Concord, NH.Soldiers & Sailors Monument before New Hampshire State House. Concord, NH.
Franklin Pierce Monument at New Hampshire State House. Concord, NH.Detail of Franklin Pierce statue at New Hampshire State House. Concord, NH.George Hamilton Perkins, Civil War hero of the Mississippi River battles, statue at New Hampshire State House. Concord, NH.Carved eagle detail of George Hamilton Perkins monument at New Hampshire State House. Concord, NH.
Franklin Pierce Monument at New Hampshire State House. Concord, NH.Detail of Franklin Pierce statue at New Hampshire State House. Concord, NH.George Hamilton Perkins, Civil War hero of the Mississippi River battles, statue at New Hampshire State House. Concord, NH.Carved eagle detail of George Hamilton Perkins monument at New Hampshire State House. Concord, NH.
Senate Chamber of New Hampshire State House with series of murals. Concord, NH.Lamp of New Hampshire State House Senate Chamber. Concord, NH.Mural of John Stark leaving his mill to join Washington's army by Barry Faulkner. Stark who wrote the state motto, "Live Free or Die" is shown in New Hampshire State House Senate Chamber. Concord, NH.Representatives Hall seats 400 elected representatives New Hampshire State House. Concord, NH.
Senate Chamber of New Hampshire State House with series of murals. Concord, NH.Lamp of New Hampshire State House Senate Chamber. Concord, NH.Mural (1942) of John Stark leaving his mill to join Washington's army by Barry Faulkner. Stark who wrote the state motto, "Live Free or Die" is shown in New Hampshire State House Senate Chamber. Concord, NH.Representatives Hall seats 400 elected representatives New Hampshire State House. Concord, NH.
New Hampshire State House Representatives Hall is the longest serving original House in the USA. Concord, NH.Painting of George Washington copy of Gilbert Stuart original in New Hampshire State House Representatives Hall. Concord, NH.Painting of Franklin Pierce by U.D. Tenney in New Hampshire State House Representatives Hall. Concord, NH.Painting of Daniel Webster by Albert Gallatin Hoyt in New Hampshire State House Representatives Hall. Concord, NH.
New Hampshire State House Representatives Hall is the longest serving original House in the USA. Concord, NH.Painting of George Washington copy of Gilbert Stuart original in New Hampshire State House Representatives Hall. Concord, NH.Painting of Franklin Pierce by U.D. Tenney in New Hampshire State House Representatives Hall. Concord, NH.Painting of Daniel Webster by Albert Gallatin Hoyt in New Hampshire State House Representatives Hall. Concord, NH.
Painting of Abraham Lincoln by Alexander James in New Hampshire State House Representatives Hall. Concord, NH.Governors Reception Room in New Hampshire State House. Concord, NH.

Painting of Abraham Lincoln by Alexander James in New Hampshire State House Representatives Hall. Concord, NH.Governors Reception Room (1910) in New Hampshire State House. Concord, NH.


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