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Massachusetts Governor: Roger Wolcott

Roger Wolcott (1847- 1900) won the then annual Massachusetts gubernatorial elections of 1896, 1897, and 1898. He declined to run for office in 1899 and died greatly mourned the following year.

He is honored on the third floor of the Massachusetts State House with a larger than life seated bronze statue, flanked by marble a marble soldier and sailor and a mural commemorating the Spanish-American War.

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Photo: Wolcott Memorial

Governor Wolcott's Portrait
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