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Jane Swift, former acting governor, after she unveiled her portrait in the Senate chamber yesterday.

Capturing the legacy of a governor

Officials gather at State House for unveiling of Swift's portrait

By Joanna Weiss
Globe Staff / October 25, 2005

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Massachusetts politics demands sharpened nails, but not at ceremonies like this: The unveiling of former acting governor Jane M. Swift's formal portrait yesterday was a happy occasion, meant to transcend rivalries. Speakers offered unadulterated praise, applauded warmly, focused on the positive. (Full article: 898 words)

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