Alexander Hamilton, the first U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, has appeared on the $10 bill, called a Federal Reserve Note, since 1929, when the Series 1928 currency was released. The back of the note features a vignette of the U.S. Treasury Building.
As of 2014, Hamilton's portrait, painted in 1805 by artist John Trumbull, is the only one that faces left on currently circulating U.S. paper currency. Before the 1928 series, previous forms of the $10 bill, including demand notes, National Gold Bank notes and silver certificates, carried 12 other faces with different vignettes on the reverse side. The first $10 Federal Reserve note, issued in 1914, featured President Andrew Jackson and had farming and industrial vignettes on the back.