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Silver question -- United States

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

John L. Griffith papers

 Collection — Folder S546
Identifier: S0546
Scope and Contents This collection includes a mimeographed copy of an address from John L. Griffith in Brazil, Indiana on 1900/09/28 regarding the silver question.

Paper currency collection

 Collection
Identifier: L393
Scope and Contents This collection contains fractional currency, interest bearing notes, and other forms of paper currency of various denominations (1807-1863). The bulk of the collection contains state bank notes, both circulated and uncirculated, from Indiana during the "Free Banking Era" (1837-1863). The collection also includes bank notes from Connecticut, Michigan, Massachusetts, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia (1835-1863); United States issued currency (1830-1863); a certificate of deposit note from...

Which? Gold or Silver pamphlet

 Collection — Folder S2139
Identifier: S2139
Scope and Contents This collection contains the pamphlet, Which? Gold or Silver. Copyrighted by C. M. Daniels Publishing Co. in 1896, the pamphlet is "a compilation by a workingman" regarding the question of whether the United States should base its money on the gold standard of on free silver coinage and was published and distributed (for 10 cents a copy, plus 2 cents in stamps) prior to the 1896 presidential election.