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Viewing: Brandon, Gladys

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Image of P07_27_01 - Harriman Photograph Collection

P07_27_01 - Harriman Photograph Collection

View of the Mathew Livermore House, 32 Livermore Street, Portsmouth, NH. Built c.1730-35, the house formerly stood on the southeast corner of Haven Park on Pleasant Street. When the park was created in 1900 the building was moved. Matthew Livermore was the first teacher in Porstmouth and later holder of the office of King's Attorney. A number of notable persons have resided in this house including Jean Joseph Marie Toscan, French Consul in Portsmouth; Admiral Dismukes; Samuel Livermore, chief advisor to Gov, John Wentworth and later US Senator; and Gen. John Sullivan, a noted attorney and Revolutionary general of Durham, NH. The interior has a mural by Gladys Brandon (friend of Dismukes) d