Commemorative wooden nickels and Confederate bill facsimile
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From April 11 to April 22, 1961, L.S. Ayres and Company in Indianapolis, Indiana hosted the U.S. Civil War Centennial Exhibit in their auditorium. The exhibit included a section about Abraham Lincoln, Civil War weapons, a map of Morgan's Raid in Indiana, and letters, diaries, and currency from the war. Ayres distributed facsimiles of a five hundred dollar Confederate bill as a memento.
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"Ayres Plans Civil War Exhibit." Indianapolis Star (IN), April 6, 1961.
"Centennial to be Opened On Wednesday." Wabash Daily Plain Dealer (IN), July 22, 1935.
"City's Greatest Celebration Opens Next Sunday; Will Run For Seven Consecutive Days." Decatur Daily Democrat (IN), July 27, 1936.
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