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Henry Wilder Keyes


In office
January 2, 1917 – January 6, 1919
Preceded by Rolland H. Spaulding
Succeeded by John H. Bartlett

In office
March 4, 1919 – March 3, 1937
Preceded by Henry F. Hollis
Succeeded by Styles Bridges

Born May 23, 1863
Newbury, Vermont
Died June 19, 1938
Haverhill, New Hampshire
Political party Republican

Henry Wilder Keyes (May 23, 1863 – June 19, 1938) was an American farmer, banker, and Republican politician from Haverhill, New Hampshire. Born in 1863 in Newbury, Vermont, he was raised in New Hampshire. His father was a prominent New England farmer, merchant, and railroad investor. Keyes graduated from Harvard with a B.A. in 1887.

Politics

Keyes served in both houses of the New Hampshire state legislature before being elected Governor in 1916. Keyes later served eighteen years in the United States Senate. When Keyes was sworn in as a U.S. Senator on March 4, 1919, he still had three months to go on his term as Governor. He was the first politician in over a hundred years to hold both offices at the same time. Keyes served on the Senate Appropriations Committee during the between-wars period. He resigned from the Senate only one year before his death.

Personal

Keyes married future prolific author Frances Parkinson Keyes in 1903. He was 40, she was 18. They had three sons together. He died in 1938 in North Haverhill, New Hampshire, and is buried at the Oxbow Cemetery in Newbury, Vermont.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Rolland H. Spaulding
Governor of New Hampshire
1917–1919
Succeeded by
John H. Bartlett
United States Senate
Preceded by
Henry F. Hollis
United States Senator for New Hampshire
1919–1937
Succeeded by
H. Styles Bridges
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