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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 67)

    /1970

    versity that comes from having banks of varied size serving a particular market The effect of this merger on competition will be adverse First National Bank in mansfield Mansfield La and Bank of Grand Cane Grand Cane La Banking offices Name oj bank and type oj transaction Total assets In operation To be operated 423 758 15 574 130 15 997 888 1 was purchased Apr ll 1970 by First National Bank in Mansfield Mansfield 1 2 comptroller s decision On November 19 1969 the First National Bank in Mansfield Mansfield La applied to the Comp troller of the


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    The Fare Box (pg. 33)

    1/1/1989

    Page 33 March 1989 TRANSIT SYSTEMS IN mansfield OHIO By Fred Robinson In 1887 the Mansfield City Council passed an ordinance granting S T Dunham of New York City a franchise to build and operate a street railway system The opening date although delayed was August 7 1887 The Mansfield Electric Street Railway was officially founded using horsecar bodies equipped with 15 h p electric motors The public could not understand how the trolle


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    The Currency Dealer Newsletter: 2012 (pg. 86)

    /2012 Numismatics; Periodicals

    ion i not the CURRENCY DEALER Gmnthne newsletter Dept CDn P O Box 7939 Torrance C A 90504 7939 Phone 310 515 7169 www cdnpublications com cdn greyshet i om Q Please start sending me the Monthly CURRENCY DEALER NEWSLETTER 1 Year 57 00 2 Years 102 00 Name Address City State Zip_ Company Phone Series 1874 1880 500 Legal Tender Notes Featuring Union Major General Joseph K mansfield One of the more obscure unsung military figures whose humble life and career as a soldier may be well known among American Civil War history buffs as well as U S paper currency collectors is Union Major General Joseph King Mansfield Bom on December 22 1803 in New Haven CT Mansfield was commis sioned a second lieutenant in the U S Army Corps of Engineers upon graduating second in a class o


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    Coin World [06/02/1965] (pg. 3)

    6/2/1965

    COIN WORLD Wednesdoy June 2 1965 Poge Three mansfield Dubious Of Circulation In a Denver Post Washington Bureau story Sen Mike Mans field D Mont explained May 18 some of the background of the decision to mint 45 million sil ver dollars at the Denver Mint before June 30 Mansfield said the authoriza tion to coin the cartwheels first to be minted since 1935 was delayed early this year when the U S Mint Bureau pro tested that shortages


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 85)

    /1962

    Manufacturers National Bank of North Attleboro North Attleboro Mass consolidated with The First National Bank of mansfield Mansfield Mass Name of bank and type of transaction Total assets Banking offices In operation 1 To be operated Manufacturers National Bank of North Attleboro North Attleboro Mass 9086 9 733 143 5 542 456 15 275 599 1 and The First National Bank of Mansfield Mansfield Mass 5944 which had consolidated June 29 1 962 under charter the First National Bank of Mansfield 5944


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 64)

    /1970

    to the one in which the home office is located but only within a 25 mile radius of the home office How ever there is branch and home office protection but it is possible for banks to branch into areas ad jacent to the protected area and become actual competitors This would eliminate the potential that First National would be such an entrant into the Armada area First National Bank in mansfield Mansfield Pa and The Citizens National Bank Blossburg Pa Banking offices Name of bank and type of transaction Total assets In operation To be operated 55 409 069 11 901 611 1 and First National Bank in Mansfield Mansfield Pa 13618 which had merged Mar 31 1970 under charter of the latter bank 13618 and title First 1 Citizens National Bank The merged bank at date of merger had


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    Harper's Weekly (pg. 427)

    1/1/1907 bub_upload

    SYMBOLISM AND WAR I T wa almost as Interesting a the performance itself tn note the comment which were made by the audiem c as it trudged out of the New Amsterdam Theatre during the first of the performances of Ibsen s Peer Jynt by Richard mansfield and liia company One woman said It s just like the Hippodrome you never know what is coming next This is an adequate example of the impression received by any number of persons during the presentation of the drnma And yet the un folding of the drama did not arouse so much curiosity as to what was coming next although it is not likely that many persona in the audience had read it as t


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    Paper Money (July/August 1981) (pg. 18)

    7/1/1981 Numismatics

    on Branch Delaware County Branch Delaware County Branch Delaware County Branch Delaware County Branch Delaware County Branch Delaware County Branch Exchange Branch Columbus Exchange Branch Columbus Exchange Branch Columbus Exchange Branch Columbus Exchange Branch Columbus Exchange Branch Columbus Exchange Branch Columbus Exchange Branch Columbus Parmer s Branch Ashtabula Farmer s Branch mansfield Parmer s Branch Mansfield Parmer s Branch Mansfield Parmer s Branch Mansfield Farmer s Branch Mansfield Parmer s Branch Mansfield Parmer s Branch Mansfield Parmer s Branch Mansfield Parmer s Branch Mansfield Farmer s Branch Mansfield Fanner s Branch Ripley 3 00 5 7 60 3233 5 00 5 1 60 8273 3 5 00 6 15 60 3 20 00 1 1 57 7043 10 00 1 30 59 6194 10 00 3 9 57 2221 5 00 3285 l OU


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    Paper Money (July/August 1981) (pg. 19)

    7/1/1981 Numismatics

    ounty Branch no place listed Knos County branch KX Vernon Knox County Branch f4t Vernon Logan Branch Logan Branch Logan Branch Logan Branch Lorain Branch Illyria Lorain Branch Elyria Lorain Branch no place listed Lorain Branch Elyria Lorain Branch Elyria ad River Valley Branch Springfield f ad River Valley Branch Springfield Tad River Valley Branch Springfield tansfield Branch mansfield Branch ansfield Branch Mansfield branch Mansfield Branch Mansfield Bremch Mansfield Branch Mansfield Branch ansfield Branch ansfield Branch Mansfield Branch Mansfield Branch Mansfield Branch Mansfield Branch Marietta Branch Merchant s Branch Cleveland Merchant s Branch Cleveland Merchant s Branch Cleveland Merchant s Branch Cleveland Merchant s Branch Cleveland Merchant s Branch Clev


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    The Fare Box (pg. 150)

    1/1/1968

    Page 150 MEET JEFF BRA SHARES November 1968 A V A member Jeff Brashares of mansfield Ohio received a nice write up in the local newspaper recently There is a large picture of Jeff looking more mature than his sixteen years displaying his collection of tokens passes and tickets The newspaper story by Virginia Lee follows Meet Jeff Brashares He parlayed a coileating hobby into book authorship Now the 16 year old Mxlabar High School junior is awaiting the first 1 000 co


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 88)

    /1966

    r service trust facilities and broader consumer credit services Consummation of the proposed merger will also solve the management succession problem of the merging bank Applying the statutory criteria we conclude that the proposal is in the public interest and the application is therefore approved August 1 1966 First National Bank in Crestline Crestune Omo and First National Bank of mansfield Mansfield Ohio Xame of bank and type of transaction Total assets Banking offices In operation To be operated First National Bank in Crestline Crestline Ohio 13273 with and First National Bank of Mansfield Mansfield Ohio 2577 which had merged Sept 30 1966 under charter and title of the latter bank 2577 The merged bank at date of merger had 5 588 266 113 911 379 119 499 6


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 84)

    /1977

    tisfactory This application is therefore regarded as being in the public interest and should be and hereby is ap proved March 22 1977 SUMMARY OF REPORT BY ATTORNEY GENERAL The merging banks are wholly owned subsidiaries of the same bank holding company As such their pro posed merger is essentially a corporate reorganization and would have no effect on competition FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF mansfield Mansfield Ohio and The Peoples National Bank of Plymouth Plymouth Ohio Names of banks and type of transaction Total assets Banking offices In operation To be operated The Peoples National Bank of Plymouth Plymouth Ohio 7035 with and First National Bank of Mansfield Mansfield Ohio 2577 which had merged May 13 1977 under the charter and title of the latter bank 2577 The merged b


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    Coin World [08/18/1965] (pg. 55)

    8/18/1965

    COIN WORLD Wednesdoy August 18 1965 Majors Takes Exhibit Prize At mansfield Dean Majors Mansfield Ohio won the best of show trophy at the recent Mansfield Coin and Stamp Club s 12th Show held at the Kingwood center in Mans field with approximately 1 000 persons attending the one d a y event according to Tony Korok nay general chairman Other exhibit winners include John Smith Mansfield first in foreign coins with his display of Panama coinage and foreign crowns


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    Harper's Weekly (pg. 387)

    7/1/1898 Numismatics; Periodicals

    ports of the festival of 1898 that the chorus needs further possibility could have come to it under the former control near the end of his life that it was a mistake Lve pruning and building up a more effective and leisurely verse our national form is in its last tln K s system of private rehearsing ami many lessons in refine In operatic jottings a word more should be given the mansfield s translator bad tried to put n to x ctiud s ment and in self dependence These merits of Mr Victor Herbert s The Fortune Teller at varied swing the edge and the fire of M uient ami in sell dependence lheso merits of Mr victor Herbert s lhe Fortune Teller at varied swing the edge and t lie me oi m Wh Biill NeSi VU M r Zerrahn did not enough inculcate Wallnck s Musically


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    Harper's Weekly (pg. 388)

    7/1/1898 Numismatics; Periodicals

    Ootobkb 15 1898 As for the poetry of the lines when Cyrano says Grftce h vow one robe a pnssd dans ma vie Mr mansfield s translator ambles into Thanks lo you I have at least a friend That is literary slaughter Pope s rhymed version of Homer reminded Macaulay of Peter Quince s outcry when he saw bully Bottom with an ass s head Bless thee Bottom bless thee thou art translated Bless thee Cyrano bless thee 1 Yet in spite of his limitations Mr Mans field triumphed His scenes were truly gorgeous


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    Merchant's Magazine, 1849 (vol. 21) (pg. 244)

    7/1/1849 Economics

    Railroad Canal and Steamboat Statistics 241 of the amount of dividends The number of passengers transported on it is very large Tbi mansfield Railroad This work extends from Mansfield the county seat of Richmond county to Sandusky city The length of this works is 66 miles We are not informed of its precise cost bat it is immensely profitable In one year it di vided about 20 per cent almost all of which was earned by the transportation of wheat Mansfield Deing the center of the most productive wheat country in the United Stat


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    Underwood's Bank Reporter (pg. 91)

    2/1/1883 Counterfeits and counterfeiting



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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 21)

    /1980

    FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF mansfield Plymouth Ohio and Buckeye State Bank Galion Ohio Names of banks and type of transaction Total assets Banking offices In operation To be operated Buckeye State Bank Galion Ohio with and First National Bank of Mansfield Plymouth Ohio 2577 which had merged March 12 1980 under the charter of the latter 2577 and title First Buckeye Bank N A The merged bank at date of merger had


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 89)

    /1966

    cts transportation equipment and primary metals Impor tant parts of the Crestline area are in need of sub stantial urban renewal and rehabilitation The meiging bank is not in a position to help materially in bringing about the realization of these community objectives Consummation of the proposed merger will have little effect on competition in the area served by the First National Bank of mansfield The position of the charter bank as the largest bank in Mansfield will not be increased in any significant degree by the addition of 6 million in assets Elimination of the insignificant amount of competition between the merging banks will have little adverse effect on the overall competitive structure of the area Consummation of the proposed merger will solve a serious management succession p


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    Coin World [12/28/1966] (pg. 26)

    12/28/1966

    COIN WORLP Wednesday December 28 1966 Page Twenty Six Shaul Wins Penn Ohio Best At Greater mansfield Affair The Greater Mansfield Ohio Philatelic and Numismatic So ciety recently closed its Stamp Coin and Antique show on a suc cessful vein at the Mansfield Leland hotel Attendance was re ported very good and bourse dealers seemed pleased with re sults Listed were 38 coin five antique and five stamp dealers L K Shaul won the Penn Ohio award for best numismat ic display for his co


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    Obsolete Paper Money Issuers (pg. 108)

    11/1/2018 [Numismatics Obsolete Paper Money]

    Madiera Coal Co See Not Shown for listing Madeira 0 Cook Smead at Treasurer of Madison County Madison 0 Hendryx Thomas at Treasurer of Madison County Madison 0 Oren Abbott Madison Township 0 A R Elson Magnolia 0 W P Sprague and Company Malta 0 John Ellison Manchester 0 Manhattan Bank Manhattan 0 Mechanics Savings Institution Manhattan 0 Bank of mansfield Mansfield 0 Richland Huron Bank of Mansfield Mansfield 0 Samuel Williams Mansfield 0 State Bank of Ohio Farmers Branch Mansfield 0 Sturges Bank Mansfield 0 E P Stedman Mantua 0 Gardner Godard Mantua 0 Bank of Marietta Marietta 0 N L Wilson Marietta 0 Ohio River Bank Marietta 0 State Bank of Ohio Marietta Branch Marietta 0 Town of Marietta Marietta 0 Uncertain Merchant Issuer Marietta 0


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    Content of Silver Coins. Hearings before the Committee on Banking and Currency, United States Senate, Eighty-eighth Congress, second session, on S. 2671, to redefine the silver coins. April 1 and 2, 1964 (pg. 36)

    /1964

    established custom and proper protocol we always give a Senator or a Congressman priority Tf our colleagues wish to speak first we will be glad to hear them I also see the senior Senator from Idaho here Dater we will have the Senator from Massachusetts here although he will be speaking on the other side of the bill Rut th e senior Senator will be our distinguished majority leader Senator mansfield Senator would you like to speak now Senator Mansfield Mr Chairman may I ask how long the Treas ury Department may take in presenting its case The Chairman Well now Dr Roosa will have to give you that answer Senator Dominick INIr Chairman I can say T have quite a number of questions to ask them when as and if they finish their testimony Senator Mansfield Then I would suggest


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    Merchant's Magazine, 1848 (vol. 19) (pg. 221)

    7/1/1848 Economics

    t year 165 miles of railway in active work at the close of 1845 about half that extent had been completed It is stated that Russia in 1846 had only twenty miles carried out in 1847 this amount was increased to 50 miles In the kingdom of Poland 159 miles of railway were completed by the close of 1846 in 1847 a further extent of 54 miles was completed making the total length 213 miles mansfield AND SANDUSKY RAILROAD The Mansfield and Sandusky Railroad in Ohio commencing at Sandusky city on Lake Erie and extending to Mansfield in Richland county Ohio is 56 miles in length and was opened in June 1846 Its ca utal stock is divided into 9 000 shares the par value of which is 50 the share The flat rail is used 2 inches wide and thsof an inch thick The following is a table of


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    Bunyan's Chips (pg. 35)

    /1995

    anis Club Charter Night Presentation 1969 PVMS lst Anniv Harrisburg PA 2nd issue 1972 13th issue 4th Wooden Money Shew 1974 PVMS 20th issue 6th Birthday Bang 1950 Ohio State Numis Soc Spring Conv Columbus Ohio 1966 2nd Annual W M Shcw Host Penn Ohio sponsored by ICW4C Dayton Olio 1967 3rd Annual W M Shcw Host Penn Ohio Sponsored by ICW4C Columbus Ohio 1967 25C 3 pcs Greater mansfield Phil 4 Numis Soc Mansfield Ohio 1968 Greater Mansfield Phil 4 Numis Soc 3rd Show 754 2 pcs Mansfield Ohio 1968 Greater Mansfield Phil 4 Numis Soc 437 4th Shcw 54 3 pcs Mansfield Ohio 438 1973 Columfcus Numis Soc Conv Mar 1973 1970 3 pc set wooden stamp 176th Anniv 439 Fort Defiance Coin Club 440 1973 3 pcs Defiance Coin Club 8th Annual 441 Coin Shcw State 170


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    Paper Money (November/December 1991) (pg. 26)

    11/1/1991 Numismatics

    ip with Stokes to make some money in oil Stokes a handsome dandy was in troduced to losie and thereafter was invited to many of Fisk s social gatherings By the following year everyone but Fisk knew that his good looking partner was more than just an acquain tance of mistress losie By fall of 1870 losie s possessions were valued at about 75 000 a comfortable sum for the period but Miss mansfield continued losie Dolly Mansfield who might be immortalized on the 1891 1 000 silver certificate New York Public Library photo to request and accept money from Fisk Much of this money was given to Stokes who was a foolish gambler Fisk now knew and Josie knew that he knew of her new lover so she decided to turn her back on the goose who laid the golden egg and take a flyer on love At


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    Financial History (#77) (pg. 17)

    12/1/2002

    ote The excitement of the situation was rather enjoyed by Mr Fisk who now bus tled about with a most determined looking visage issued orders puffed away at his cigar kept up a constant discharge of puns and vowed he would never be taken alive Fisk was clearly in his element With his wife safely ensconced in Boston he took up in New York with an erst while actress named Josie mansfield d his flagrant flaunting of the laws of morality bothered many of his col leagues on Wall Street who otherwise thought nothing of breaking those same laws to enrich themselves ihief among them was Jay Gould a quiet nervous shy man who seemed an odd partner for the bombastic Fisk But Gould and Fisk were quickly becoming a team to be reckoned with on Wall Street as they proved after the V


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 159)

    /1970

    nia Yoric Pa 694 which had 22 consolidated Dec 7 1970 under charter of the latter bank 694 and title Na tional Central Bank The consolidated bank at date of consolidation had 46 The Comptroller s Decision and the Sum mary of Report by Attorney General for this case appeared in the 1969 Annual Report under the heading Approved but in litigation First Citizens National Bank mansfield Pa and Grange National Bank of Potter County Ulysses Pa Banking offices Name of bank and type of transaction Total assets In operation Grange National Bank of Potter County Ulysses Pa 8739 with and First Citizens National Bank Mansfield Pa 13618 which had merged Dec 31 1970 under charter and title of the latter bank 13618 The merged bank at date of merger had 5 872 245 19


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    Coin World [07/28/1961] (pg. 14)

    7/28/1961

    Pogc Fourteen COIN WORLD Friday July 28 1961 Pomona Valley Coinarama Show May Be Two Day Event Next Year A crowd scene at the mansfield Ohio show at high noon Officials of the Pomona Valley Coin Club s Coinerama held recently at the Los Angeles Fair grounds take time out to pose for a picture Left to right are Peter B Payne vice president Ollie F Ilickman secretary Ralph Bayers ex hibit chairman LcRoy Myers president Dick Collins treasurer and D Bishop bourse chair man Photo from the collection of the Wes


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    Coin World [03/18/1964] (pg. 1)

    3/18/1964

    e I cannot at this time favor the program for the silver dol lar I might say that the chair man of the full committee Rep Clarence Cannon D Missouri is also very much opposed to it Congressman Cannon is not to be confused with Sen Howard W Cannon D Nevada who is pub licly urging Congress to approve funds to mint 150 million dollars He is joined in this proposal by Sen Mike mansfield D Mont Senator Cannon urged in his testimony before the key five member subcommittee that 150 million new silver dollars be minted He wants the 100 million orig inally requested in the Bureau of the Mint s appropriation request plus 50 million more in honor of the Nevada centennial These 50 million dollars ac cording to Sen Cannon would involve a die change the ob verse would carry


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    Coin World [10/22/1969] (pg. 41)

    10/22/1969

    COIN WORLD Wednesday October 22 1969 Page Forty One John Smith Heads mansfield Show John R Smith general chair man of the coming Coin and Stamp Show named his com mittee members at a recent meeting of the Greater Mans field Ohio Philatelic and Numismatic Society The event is scheduled for November 15 16 The annual Fall Show will be held in the Local 711 Union Hall of the IUE AFL CIO 320 East Fifth street in Mansfield just east of the Westinghouse Elec tric Corp


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    Coin World [11/19/1975] (pg. 102)

    11/19/1975

    er Heights Ohio 15lh Annual Coin Show Somerset Inn 3550 Northfield Road Shaker Hgts Ohio Warrensville Heights Coin Club Lou Irwin 20320 Famsleigh Road Shaker Heights Ohio 44122 March 6 7 Fayetteville North Carolina 3rd Annual Coin Show McNairy Bldg Eutaw Shopping Center Fayetteville N C American Foreign Coin Club Charles L Kimber 3705 Florida Drive Fayetteville N C 28301 March 7 mansfield Ohio Coin and Stamp Show Ramada Inn 1 71 and U S 30 Mansfield Ohio Greater Man sfield Coin and Stamp Society John Solomon P O Box 3603 Mansfield Ohio 44907 March 13 14 Sand Springs Oklahoma 14th Annual Coin Show Activity Center 1801 N McKinley Sand Springs Okla Sand Springs Coin Club R W Mumford P O Box 205 Sand Springs Okla 74063 March 14 Salinas California 8th annual Coin Show


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    Coin World [06/11/1975] (pg. 78)

    6/11/1975

    ourse Carl Jackson P Box 11494 Atlanta Ga 30310 June 29 Vallejo California ird Coin Show Dan Foley Cultural Center Vallejo Calif Vallejo Numismatic Society Chairman Jack Tesolin PO Box 4281 Vallejo Calif 94590 i 4Q Prescott Arizona Coin Show St Michael Hotel 104 S Montezuma Prescott Ariz Prescott Coin Club Bourse Robert Lee 711 Miller Valley Road Prescott Ariz 86301 June29 mansfield Ohio Coin and Stamp Show Kingwood Center 900 PAW Mansfield Ohio Mansfield Stamp and Coin Club Bourse Florence Benmghof 1210 Woosler Rd Ashland Ohio 44805 June 29 Elgin Illinois 13th Annual Coin Show Ramada Inn Route 31 and 1 90 Elgin Ill Elgin Loin Club Marie J Meyers 755 E Grant Highway Marengo 111 60152 June 29 Duluth Minnesota 3rd Annual Coin Show Area Cultural Civic Center D


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    Coin World [12/15/1971] (pg. 62)

    12/15/1971

    17 Mt Carmel 111 Jan 2 Hollywood Fla Jan 9 San Bernardino Calif Jan 9 Wilmington Del Jan 15 16 Portland Me Jan 23 Lyndhurst N J Jan 29 30 Greenwood Miss Feb 6 Bloomfield Hills Mich Feb 6 Hollywood Fla Feb 13 Zanesville Ohio Feb 19 Phoenix Ariz Feb 27 West Mifflin Pa March 4 5 Fort Smith Ark March 5 Hollywood Fla March 12 Carey Ohio March 19 mansfield Ohio April 2 Hollywood Fla May 7 Hollywood Fla June 4 Hollywood Fla July 2 Hollywood Fla Aug 2 5 Toronto Ont Can Aug 6 Hollywood Fla February 6 Hollywood Florida Coin and Stamp Show Hollywood Mall Hollywood boulevard Hollywood Fla Gold Coast Cota Cub P O Box 205 Hollywood Fla 33022 February 11 13 Charleston South Carolina 9th annual Cota Show Francis Marlon h


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    Coin World [03/05/1975] (pg. 96)

    3/5/1975

    2 Mt Pleasant Michigan Coin Show Holiday Inn M 29 and U S 27 Mt Pleasant Mich Central Michigan Numismatic Society Gregory J Croftchik Central Michigan University Mt Pleasant Mich 48859 March 2 Decatur Indiana Coin Antique and Flea Market Communi ty Center U S 224 East Decatur Ind Adams County Coin Club Chairman James Johnson 110S 10thSt Decatur Ind 46733 March 2 mansfield Ohio Coin Show Ramada Inn 1 71 and U S 30 Mansfield Ohio 440C6 Greater Mansfield Stamp and Coin Club John Solomon Post Office Box 3603 Mansfield Ohio 44907 March 7 8 Yuma Arizona Coin and Stamp Show Southgate Mall 3000 4lb Ave Yuma Ariz Yuma Ariz Yuma Coin Club Bourse Bob Durham P O Box 171 Yuma Ariz 85364 March 7 9 Shaker Heights Ohio 14th annual Coin Show Somerset


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    Coin World [06/06/1979] (pg. 66)

    6/6/1979

    709 Westburv N Y iison 3 Commercial shows Continued from page 64 Ju e 17 Hazel Park Mich Eastern Michigan Coin Show Holi day Inn Motel 9 Mile Road at John R r d 7 5 Way Hazel Park Mlch Earl V Weir 22249 V snaw Avenue Saint Clair Shores Mich 48081 Jl r e 7 ck Omaha Neb Coin Show Holiday Inn 1 80 and S i re f v aha Neb Ed Bishop 20J6 E 19th Street Fremont Neb mansfield Ohio Coin Show Park Place Hotel 191 Park AV West Mansfield Ohio m 188 Bennelt Street Mansfield Ohio 44903 Jl To 17 HC Rocky River Ohio Cifv u amP 8h W R0Cky R Ver City Hall Wager Road West 210th Street and Hillard Road Rocky R ver Ohio Universal Coin Associ ate John Grigs P O Box 4344 Cleveland Ohio 44132 J T 17 a c Toledo Ohio Inn 9tan n c d tamp Show Ramada Inn 2


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    Coin World [06/18/1975] (pg. 82)

    6/18/1975

    e Crough 2100 Franklin St Columbus Ind 47201 June 29 Vallejo California 3rd Coin Show Dan Foley Cultural Center Vallejo Calif Vallejo Numismatic Society Chairman Jack Tesolin PO Box 4281 Vallejo Calif 94590 June 29 Prescott Arizona Coin Show St Michael Hotel 104 S Montezuma Prescott Ariz Prescott Coin Club Bourse Robert Lee 711 Miller Valley Road Prescott Ariz 86301 June 29 mansfield Ohio Coin and Stamp Show Kingwood Center 900 PAW Mansfield Ohio Mansfield Stamp and Coin Club Bourse Florence Bennighof 1210 Wooster Rd Ashland Ohio 44805 June 29 Elgin Illinois 13th Annual Coin Show Ramada Inn Route 31 and 1 90 Elgin Ill Elgin Coin Club Mane J Meyers 75S E Grant Highway Marengo III 60152 June 29 Dulnth Minnesota 3rd Annual Coin Show Area Cultural Civic Center


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    Coin World [11/26/1975] (pg. 94)

    11/26/1975

    Heights Ohio 15th Annual Coin Show Somerset Inn 3550 Northfleld Road Shaker Hgts Ohio Warrensvllle Heights Coin Club Lou Irwin 20320 Farnslelgh Road Shaker Heights Ohio 44122 March 6 7 Fayetteville North Carolina 3rd Annual Coin Show McNairy Bldg Eutaw Shopping Center Fayetteville N C American Foreign Coin Club Charles L Kimber 3705 Florida Drive Fayetteville NC 28301 March mansfield Ohio Com and Stamp Show Ramada Inn 1 71 and U S 30 Mansfield Ohio Greater Man sfield Coin and Stamp Society John Solomon P O Box 3603 Mansfield Ohio 44907 March 7 Levelland Texas Coin Show Womens Building Fairgrounds Levelland Texas Levelland Coin Club D 0 Joplin 212 Cypress Levelland Texas 79336 March 13 14 Sand Springs Oklahoma 14lh Annual Coin Show Activity Center 1801 N


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    Coin World [05/30/1979] (pg. 94)

    5/30/1979

    1 69 and State Road 14 Ft Wayne Ind Larry G Mullenix P O Box 8031 Ft Wayne Ind 46808 June 17 Woodlawn Md Coin and Stamp Show Ramada Inn 1701 Belmont Avenue Woodlawn Md C E S Productions Kathy Cush man P O Box 611 Ellicott City Md 21043 June 17 Omaha Neb Coin Show Holiday Inn 1 80 and 72nd Street Omaha Neb Ed Bishop 2016 E 19th Street Fremont Neb 68025 June 17 mansfield Ohio Coin Show Park Place Hotel 191 Park AV West Mansfield Ohio Frank C Foti 188 Bennett Street Mansfield Ohio 44903 June 17 Rocky River Ohio Coin and Stamp Show Rocky River City Hall Wager Road West 210th Street and Hillard Road Rocky River Ohio Universal Coin Associ ates John Grigs P O Box 4344 Cleveland Ohio 44132 June 17 Toledo Ohio Coin and Stamp Show Ramada Inn


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    Harper's Weekly (pg. 458)

    7/1/1898 Numismatics; Periodicals

    ne performed l the Garrick Theatre New lork There is a season in the drama for the many ami a sea son for the few The season for the many began with the annual ebullition of comic opera I had thought the season for the few was to begin with Cyrano but thanks to a small matter of a nose or so to the scandalous proceedings of our leadiug theatrical mau Annie Russell liner and to Mr mansfield s sense of poptt n ld Others in Cvnuio now Delongs to l he Catherine mauy And thanks to a screed on that wretched nose there is space for only a paragraph or so on the opening of the season for the few 1 can at least give them the place of distinction Annie itnssell Inis come hack from iter sxtais in London and is bringing out Catherine at the unr rick the play with which Henri


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    Harper's Weekly (pg. 318)

    1/1/1899 Numismatics; Periodicals

    off on April 6 when the great German actor Sonnenthal commences it had only three weeks and a half to run Yet Herr Direktor Conried s production must have cost in the neighborhood of five thousand dollars an amount which he cannot hope to re cover and he has spent so much thought and care ou it that the scenery and the management of the crowds are in some respects more admirable than in Mr mansfield s production Of the acting it is not easy to speak with confidence Mr Mansfield s Cyrano hardly got nearer to Gascony than Sandy Hook but he was perhaps as much a Gascon as it Is possible for one of us to he and we could Cyn Vou thB not lje greatly distressed by a lack which nothavingeujoyed acquaintance with many Gascons we were scarcely able to take note of Or if we were ex naso lie


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 90] (pg. 529)

    /1915

    504 THE BANKERS MAGAZINE ANOTHER VIEW OF THE MAIN BANKING ROOM mansfield SAVINGS BANK MANSFIELD OHIO Responsibility prompt service and courteous attention are the keynotes of the Mansfield Savings Bank and what is given in return for the large patron age which it has received and will con tinue to receive for years to come As a result of a continuous growth extending over the period of forty one years since the bank has been in existence the new bank building h


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    Content of Silver Coins. Hearings before the Committee on Banking and Currency, United States Senate, Eighty-eighth Congress, second session, on S. 2671, to redefine the silver coins. April 1 and 2, 1964 (pg. 43)

    /1964

    ilver dollars at this time would only serve to agg ravate tlie problem Senator Starkman Thank you The Chairman Now the Chair has been told it may not be accu rate that at the present price of silver 1 29 90 percent silver 10 percent copper and the balance the minting of dollars at that price of silver including the cost of minting it would be approximately 1 52 apiece Senator mansfield But you must keep in mind the fact that the Government bought silver years ago as low as 62 or 63 cents if my memory is correct and that on every dollar which the Government has put out every dollar silver dollar wliich the Government has minted it has made a sizable profit The Chairman That is true Senator Sparkman I want to make this clear though I am not considering so much this


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    Merchant's Magazine, 1850 (vol. 22) (pg. 601)

    1/1/1850 Economics

    tinets 80 000 16 Flannels 320 Satinets and Tweeds 25 000 180 Flannels 600 000 2 500 Sheetings 16 000 1 444 Light Cotton Duck 600 000 1 200 4 4 Shirtings Cotton Dude 550 000 2 836 320 000 1 300 Cotton Thread 812 000 600 Printing Cloths 2 400 000 10 000 Print Cloths 540 000 2 000 Satinet Warps 26 000 800 4 4 Sheetings 618 600 300 MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES Name and location Atwoods Russ mansfield Chaffee O S Mansfield Cheney Brothers Manchester Hank G K Mansfield Hovey J A E Mansfield Leigh Lewis Willington Loomis 8 O Windsor Storrs Z A Son Mansfield Candee Leverett Hamden Goodyear s India Rubber Manufac turing Cp Naugatuck Goodyear s Metalie Rubber Shoe Co Naugatuck Hayward Rubber Co Colchester Hotchkiss A Merriman Waterbury Naugatuck Ind Rub Co Naug


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    Paper Money (November/December 1991) (pg. 25)

    11/1/1991 Numismatics

    Paper Mone f Whole No 156 Page 189 antagonist in the life of Josie mansfield probable model for the 1891 1 000 silver certificate this description should suffice Perhaps a colder disgrace to her sex has never helped to min man since the world began slated one historian in describing Helen Josephine Mansfield bom about 1842 in Boston Fol lowing a convent education in Lowell MA she moved with her parents to Stockton CA At a very early age she discovered that the


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine (pg. 173)

    /1868 Numismatics Periodicals

    I said in a grave paternal way My son what is your name And he said Charter Oak Johnson This was sufficient for a sensitive nature like mine I departed out of that mansion without another word A correspondent at Galveston Texas in al luding to our inquiry os to the authorship of the saying Much may be done with a Scotchman if he be caught young remarks that it was said of Lord mansfield by Doctor Johnson and adds The connection in which it is told may be worth repeating Lord Mansfield having received his education in England always considered himself an Englishman but lug Scotch origin was once referred to with great effect General Sabine Governor of Gibraltar failing in extorting money from a Jew sent him back by force to Tetuan in Barbary from whence he had come


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 22] (pg. 935)

    /1868

    owell N Y LowVllle Va Lynchbnrgh Va Lynchborgh Vt Lyndon Mass L n Ma i Lynn Mass Lynn Iowa Lyons N Y Lyons Oa Macdn ni Macomb Wis Madison Ind Madison Ind Madison Penn Mahanoy City Moss Malden N Y Malone N Y Malone N H Manchester N H Manchester N H Manchei ter N H Manchester Vt Manchester Penn Manheim Wis Manitowoc Ohio mansfield Ohio Mansfield Ohio Mansfield Iowa Maqnoketa Moss Marblehead Mass Marblehead Iowa Marion Ohio Marion Penn Marietta Ohio Marietta Ohio Marietta Mass Marlboro Mich Marquette Mich Marshall Mich Marshall Iowa Marshalltown W Va Martinsburg Ind Martinsville Ohio Mamtillon Ohio Massillon Hi Mattoon Penn Manch Chunk Penn Manch Chunk Ohio McConnelsvill


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    Harper's Monthly Magazine (pg. 179)

    /1910 Numismatics Periodicals

    elescope near the window and swept the sky until he found the goddess Venus And there he would sit his map of the stars forgotten and some times he smiled and sometimes he sighed a little but always before he left her he would put the tips of his fingers to his lips and watching her shyly would start a gentle token of love through the vast empyrean It was on such a cloudy night when Mrs mansfield knocked at his door Well professor she said how are w r e to night And placing her head on one side she looked at him with a certain aspect of jocularity that was altogether reminiscent of the Spider and the Fly I am sorry Madame said the pro fessor deeply sorry that on account of the weather the eighteen dollars which I owe you Tut tut said Mrs Mansfield It


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society (pg. 194)

    /1981 Numismatics Periodicals

    174 SEVENTEENTH CENTURY TOKENS OF NOTTINGHAMSHIRE Lane now Wollaton Street Nottingham in January l845 and presented to the town clerk Mr H Enfield A farthing of Robert Willson of Newark was unearthed in Small Street Bristol in 1906 and a halfpenny of Gregory Sylvester of mansfield was dug up in Mansfield in 1940 A specimen of No 24 found at Mansfield in 1967 is now in one of the private collections covered in the survey In addition several of the tokens on display at Mansfield Museum were unearthed locally but surviving details are sketchy The border classification used in the table of Style and Die Axes is the same as that formulated by Milne This is as follows


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 1,837)

    /1904

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