Museum of American Finance
Hamilton Bust

 Hamilton Bust

Item #: S-11266
A revered founding father of the US, Alexander Hamilton was the country's first Secretary of the Treasury (1789-1795). He created the financial and administrative structure of the national government, calling for a strong central government to protect the country and to promote industry, finance, commerce and economic modernization. He co-authored the Federalist Papers, was an active delegate to the Constitutional Convention and inspired the first modern political party.

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