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Library  Posted 6 years 10 months

A Record of One Hundred Years; Framingham (MA) National Bank, 1833-1933
The Framingham National Bank



Library  Posted 6 years 10 months

A Short History Of Paper Money And Banking In The United States
William M. Gouge



Library  Posted 6 years 10 months

A Simplified Guide to Collecting American Paper Money
Fred Reinfeld



Library  Posted 6 years 10 months

A Story of Banking in Mississippi
J. T. Brown



Library  Posted 6 years 10 months

A Trial Listing of Washington State Scrip
Northwest Token and Medal Society



Library  Posted 5 years 4 months

Abraham Lincoln: The Image of His Greatness
Fred Reed

Whitman Publishing, LLC, $29.95.  Hardcover, xi+272 pages, full color. Fred Reed's book explores the popular depiction of Lincoln as "ideal, idol, and icon." The martyred...



Library  Posted 4 years 3 months

Academy Due Bills Of North Carolina
Jerry R. Roughton



Library  Posted 6 years 10 months

Ah Youth--and Experience! A Brief History of Virginia National Bank
R. Cosby Moore



Library  Posted 6 years 10 months

Air-Dropped Propaganda Currency
R. G. Auckland



Library  Posted 6 years 10 months

Alabama Obsolete Paper Money and Scrip
Walter Rosene, Jr.



Library  Posted 6 years 10 months

Albany Savings Bank 1820-1920
Albany Savings Bank



Library  Posted 6 years 10 months

America's Money America's Story
Richard Doty



Library  Posted 6 years 10 months

American Bank Note Company Archives
Robert Schwartz





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