Museum recognizes 150th anniversary of Hamlin’s election

When Maine Sen. Hannibal Hamlin was roused from bed one night in May  1860, a group of friends saluted him as the Republican Party’s candidate for vice president.

“But I don’t want the place,” Hamlin replied, according to documents at the Paris Hill library and museum that bear his name.

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