Silver question -- United States
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
"Foreign object lessons illustrated" political cartoon
Collection — Folder OBC215
Dates: circa 1896
John L. Griffith papers
Collection — Folder S546
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.
Found in: Rare Books and Manuscripts / John L. Griffith papers
Paper currency collection
Scope and Contents This collection contains fractional currency, interest bearing notes, and other forms of paper currency of various denominations, ranging from 1807 to 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...
Dates: 1807-1949, undated
Found in: Rare Books and Manuscripts / Paper currency collection
Which? Gold or Silver pamphlet
Collection — Folder 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.