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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 19, No. 6

    12/1/1979

    send more than 25 at one time. NOTE - No. 8898 MAJESTIC/ 101 / E. JEFFERSON ST. GOOD FOR/ 5tf/ IN TRADE 29 BR This should be returned to the unidentified list. It was identified as Chicago, Illinois, but Jefferson Street in that city is north and south. 1 ** — » IDENTIFICATIONS 336 GEO. SIEGLER'S BAKERY RIDGEVILLE,IND. by Lloyd E. Wagaman, Camby, IN 46113 337 Same as 336 627 PROSPECT PLANT STORE Indianapolis, IND. by Lloyd E. Wagaman 642 ROCHESTER CIGAR CO. Rochester, Ind. by Lloyd E. Wagaman 831 DENVER DAIRY CO. DENVER, COLORADO by Lee Nott, Fairview Heights, IL J.L. Hargett, Okmulgee, OK 74447 880 FRUSHOUR&GILLES MATHEWS, IND by Lloyd E. Wagaman 1059 D.F. SULLIVAN WASHINGTON, D.C. by Lee Woodbury 1188 KEMP'S TAVERN INDIANAPOLIS, IND. by Lloyd E. Wagaman 1216 THE SANITARY SHOP INDIANAPOLIS, IND. by


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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 19, No. 6

    12/1/1979

    send more than 25 at one time. NOTE - No. 8898 MAJESTIC/ 101 / E. JEFFERSON ST. GOOD FOR/ 5tf/ IN TRADE 29 BR This should be returned to the unidentified list. It was identified as Chicago, Illinois, but Jefferson Street in that city is north and south. 1 ** — » IDENTIFICATIONS 336 GEO. SIEGLER'S BAKERY RIDGEVILLE,IND. by Lloyd E. Wagaman, Camby, IN 46113 337 Same as 336 627 PROSPECT PLANT STORE Indianapolis, IND. by Lloyd E. Wagaman 642 ROCHESTER CIGAR CO. Rochester, Ind. by Lloyd E. Wagaman 831 DENVER DAIRY CO. DENVER, COLORADO by Lee Nott, Fairview Heights, IL J.L. Hargett, Okmulgee, OK 74447 880 FRUSHOUR&GILLES MATHEWS, IND by Lloyd E. Wagaman 1059 D.F. SULLIVAN WASHINGTON, D.C. by Lee Woodbury 1188 KEMP'S TAVERN INDIANAPOLIS, IND. by Lloyd E. Wagaman 1216 THE SANITARY SHOP INDIANAPOLIS, IND. by


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    Merchant's Magazine, 1849 (vol. 21)

    7/1/1849

    532 Railroad, Canal, and Steamboat Statistics . 2. The Terre Haute and Indianapolis Railroad, commencing at Terre Haute, on the Wabash River and Erie Canal, which is in a direct line between Indianapolis and St Louis, and running through Green Castle, and an agricultural country, for a distance of 74 miles, to Indianapolis. 3. The La Fayette and Indianapolis Railroad, commencing at La Fayette, also on the Wabash River and Erie Canal, and extending, in a south-eastern direction,


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    Bunyan's Chips

    /2010

    Page 4 Indianapolis, INDIANA By: Darrell Luedtke Prior to its official founding, Indianapolis was a swampy area called the Fall Creek Settlement sparsely settled by fur traders. The first European American settler is generally believed to be George Pogue, who on March 2, 1819, settled in a double log cabin along the creek now called Pogue’s Run. Indianapolis was founded as the site for the new state capital in 1 820


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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 9, No. 3

    6/1/1969

    No Bidding, Swapping, Waiting, Etc. on this once in a lifetime opportunity to improve your collection. Having just purchased one of the largest collections of Indiana Civil War Tokens from an Old Time Collec- tor from Indianapolis, am now offering these to all successful bidders of my first 7 Auctionsatthe follow ing fixed price. FIRST COME * FIRST SERVED BASIS Phone Orders Accepted - Call 219-824-0351 - FIXED PRICE LIST - INDIANA CIVIL WAR TOKEN COLLECTION 1 . Anderson, 20-A R-4 VG 7.50 51. 2. Bow. Green, 1 20-A R-5 VF 9.50 52. 3. Brazil, 130-A R-4 Fair 4.50 53. 4. Brooklyn, 135-A R-8 F 60.00 54. 5. Brookville, 140-A Br.


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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 9, No. 3

    6/1/1969

    No Bidding, Swapping, Waiting, Etc. on this once in a lifetime opportunity to improve your collection. Having just purchased one of the largest collections of Indiana Civil War Tokens from an Old Time Collec- tor from Indianapolis, am now offering these to all successful bidders of my first 7 Auctionsatthe follow ing fixed price. FIRST COME * FIRST SERVED BASIS Phone Orders Accepted - Call 219-824-0351 - FIXED PRICE LIST - INDIANA CIVIL WAR TOKEN COLLECTION 1 . Anderson, 20-A R-4 VG 7.50 51. 2. Bow. Green, 1 20-A R-5 VF 9.50 52. 3. Brazil, 130-A R-4 Fair 4.50 53. 4. Brooklyn, 135-A R-8 F 60.00 54. 5. Brookville, 140-A Br.


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    MORE ON 19TH-CENTURY NUMISMATIST WARREN GEE

    02/01/2015

    1, at Haire’s dock at 8 a.m. was spread by a strong wind. It seems tenable that the numismatic collection was lost and destroyed in that fire. In 1896 he formed a partnership in a grain company with George Knowles in a firm Gee & Knowles located at 357 Broadway, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In 1897 he built a home there. He died on October 16, 1905. After his death his wife moved to Indianapolis Indiana. What a loss if Gee's coins were indeed destroyed in that 1893 fire! See the complete entry for the full Bibliography, which is extensive and now includes last week's E-Sylum article and the Grand Haven Tribune article that inspired it. I also heard from Kay Olson Freeman, our resident genealogist, who unearthed a few more pieces of the puzzle. Thanks! - this is a lot of work.


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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 9, No. 5

    10/1/1969

    R-5 VG 26. Fort Wayne, 290-G R-5 F 27. Fort Wayne, 290-Fi R-3 XF 28. Goshen, 350-D R-6 G 29. Granville, 355-A R-6 VG 30. Greenfield, 360-A R-6 Fair 31 . Hartford C. 395-A R-7 G (Rim Nicks Above) 32. Huntington, 430-A R-8 VF 33. Huntington, 430-B R-5 F 34. Huntington, 430-C R-6 G 35. Huntington, 430-D R-4 F 36. Huntington, 430-E R-8 F 37. Huntington, 430-F R-5 VG 38. Huntington, 430-H R-8 Fair 39. Indianapolis, 460-B R-4 Fair 40. Indianapolis, 460-D R-3 XF 41 . Indianapolis, 460-G R-3 G 42. Indianapolis, 460-H R-5 VF 43. Indianapolis, 460-1 R-3 Fair 44. Indianapolis, 460-J R-4 Unc 45. Indianapolis, 460-M R-5 G 46. Indianapolis, 460-N R-5 VF 47. Indianapolis, 460-R R-5 VF 48. Indianapolis, 460-T R-6 VG 49. Indianapolis, 460-V R-6 VG 50. Indianapolis, 460-X R-6 VG 51 . Indianapolis, 460-Y R-4 F Br. 52. K


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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 9, No. 5

    10/1/1969

    R-5 VG 26. Fort Wayne, 290-G R-5 F 27. Fort Wayne, 290-Fi R-3 XF 28. Goshen, 350-D R-6 G 29. Granville, 355-A R-6 VG 30. Greenfield, 360-A R-6 Fair 31 . Hartford C. 395-A R-7 G (Rim Nicks Above) 32. Huntington, 430-A R-8 VF 33. Huntington, 430-B R-5 F 34. Huntington, 430-C R-6 G 35. Huntington, 430-D R-4 F 36. Huntington, 430-E R-8 F 37. Huntington, 430-F R-5 VG 38. Huntington, 430-H R-8 Fair 39. Indianapolis, 460-B R-4 Fair 40. Indianapolis, 460-D R-3 XF 41 . Indianapolis, 460-G R-3 G 42. Indianapolis, 460-H R-5 VF 43. Indianapolis, 460-1 R-3 Fair 44. Indianapolis, 460-J R-4 Unc 45. Indianapolis, 460-M R-5 G 46. Indianapolis, 460-N R-5 VF 47. Indianapolis, 460-R R-5 VF 48. Indianapolis, 460-T R-6 VG 49. Indianapolis, 460-V R-6 VG 50. Indianapolis, 460-X R-6 VG 51 . Indianapolis, 460-Y R-4 F Br. 52. K


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    Journal of the Civil War Token Society, vol. 3, no. 1-4

    3/1/1969

    R-5 VG 26. Fort Wayne, 290-G R-5 F 27. Fort Wayne, 290-H R-3 XF 28. Goshen, 350-D R-6 G 29. Granville, 355-A R-6 VG 30. Greenfield, 360-A-R-6 Fair 31 . Hartford C. 395-A R-7 G (Rim Nicks Above) 32. Huntington, 430-A R-8 VF 33. Huntington, 430-B R-5 F 34. Huntington, 430-C R-6 G 35. Huntington, 430-D R-4 F 36. Huntington, 430-E R-8 F 37. Huntington, 430-F R-5 VG 38. Huntington, 430-H R-8 Fair 39. Indianapolis, 460-B R-4 Fair 40. Indianapolis, 460-D R-3 XF 41 . Indianapolis, 460-G R-3 G 42. Indianapolis, 460-H R-5 VF 43. Indianapolis, 460-1 R-3 Fair 44. Indianapolis, 460-J R-4 Unc 45. Indianapolis, 460-M R-5 G 46. Indianapolis, 460-N R-5 VF 47. Indianapolis, 460-R R-5 VF 48. Indianaoolis. 460-T R-6 VG 49. Indianapolis, 460-V R-6 VG 50. Indianapolis, 460-X R-6 VG 51. Indianapolis, 460-Y R-4 F Br. 52. Ke


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    Journal of the Civil War Token Society, vol. 3, no. 1-4

    3/1/1969

    R-5 VG 26. Fort Wayne, 290-G R-5 F 27. Fort Wayne, 290-H R-3 XF 28. Goshen, 350-D R-6 G 29. Granville, 355-A R-6 VG 30. Greenfield, 360-A-R-6 Fair 31 . Hartford C. 395-A R-7 G (Rim Nicks Above) 32. Huntington, 430-A R-8 VF 33. Huntington, 430-B R-5 F 34. Huntington, 430-C R-6 G 35. Huntington, 430-D R-4 F 36. Huntington, 430-E R-8 F 37. Huntington, 430-F R-5 VG 38. Huntington, 430-H R-8 Fair 39. Indianapolis, 460-B R-4 Fair 40. Indianapolis, 460-D R-3 XF 41 . Indianapolis, 460-G R-3 G 42. Indianapolis, 460-H R-5 VF 43. Indianapolis, 460-1 R-3 Fair 44. Indianapolis, 460-J R-4 Unc 45. Indianapolis, 460-M R-5 G 46. Indianapolis, 460-N R-5 VF 47. Indianapolis, 460-R R-5 VF 48. Indianaoolis. 460-T R-6 VG 49. Indianapolis, 460-V R-6 VG 50. Indianapolis, 460-X R-6 VG 51. Indianapolis, 460-Y R-4 F Br. 52. Ke


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 22]

    /1868

    York. Penn Mau R.I .. N.Y . Mich. Texas Wis . N.Y N.Y . N. Y . Honey brook... Uopkinton .... Hopkinton .... Homellsville .. Honghton Houston Hudson Hudson Hudson Hudson Penn Ind .. Ala.. Mass Vt... Huntingdon ... Huntington Huntsville Hyannis Hyde Park.... N.Y . Mo... lowa- Penn. Ind .. Ind .. lod .. Ind .. Ind .. Ind .. Mich . Iowa. Iowa. Vt... Ohio . Ilion Independence.. Independence.. Indiana Indianapolis . . . Indianapolis ... Indianapolis . . . Indianapolis . . . Indianapolis . .. Indianapolis .. . Ionia Iowa City Iowa City Irasburg Ironton Ohio N.Y . N.Y . N.Y . Trocton Ithaca.. Ithaca.. Ithaca.. Mich. Mich. MIm .1 Jackson Jackson Jackson The First National Bank of Honeybrook The Hopkinton National Bank The First National Bank of Hopkinton. . . The First National Bonk of Homellsville. The First


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    COLIN EDWARD KING (1862-1921)

    06/18/2017

    lopedic Dictionary of Numismatic Biographies for this week's installment of his series. Thanks! As always, this is an excerpt with the full article and bibliography available online. This week's subject is collector Colin Edward King. -Editor Colin Edward King (1862-1921), was born in Indiana on April 13, 1862, son of Edward King (1818-1888), a native of Connecticut and president of the Indianapolis and Saint Louis Railroads, and Rebecca Jane Suydam (1834-1909), a native of New York. He was a member of the Sons of the American Revolution. He studied at Butler College (now University), Indianapolis, Indiana. He was a member of Sigma Chi. He was elected Class Prophet. He was the Delegate to the Thirteenth Biennial Convention, Grand Rho Chapter Sigma Chi. He was a student of Catherine Merrill a


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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 08, No. 5

    10/1/1968

    Unc. Very Rare and Choice Token 13. Elkhart, 260-B R-9 VF. Rare 14. Fort Wayne, 290-B R-4 Unc. 15. Fort Wayne, 290-D R-6 Unc. Scarce 1 6. Fort Wayne, 290-E R-5 Unc. 17. Goshen, 350-C R-5 Unc. 18. Goshen, 350-D R-6 F. Small Dig 1 9. Goshen, 350-G R-5 XF. Drugs 20. Hartford City, 395-A R-7 VF. Rare 21 . Huntington, 430-C R-6 VF. 22. Huntington, 430-F R-5 G. 23. Huntington, 430-G R-9 Poor Rare. 24. Indianapolis, 460-C R-5 VF. 25. Indianapolis, 460-E R-5 F. 26. Indianapolis, 460-1 R-3 Unc. 27. Indianapolis, 460-J R-4 XF. 28. Indianapolis, 460-M R-55 Unc. 29. Indianapolis, 460-P R-4 Unc. 30. Indianapolis, 460-S R-5 Unc. 31 . Indianapolis, 460-T R-6 F. 32. Indianapolis, 460-V R-6 XF. 33. Indianapolis, 460-X R-6 Unc. 34. Kendallville, 500-A R-9 VF. Rare 35. Kendallville, 500-D R-7 F. Medical 36. Kendallvill


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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 08, No. 5

    10/1/1968

    Unc. Very Rare and Choice Token 13. Elkhart, 260-B R-9 VF. Rare 14. Fort Wayne, 290-B R-4 Unc. 15. Fort Wayne, 290-D R-6 Unc. Scarce 1 6. Fort Wayne, 290-E R-5 Unc. 17. Goshen, 350-C R-5 Unc. 18. Goshen, 350-D R-6 F. Small Dig 1 9. Goshen, 350-G R-5 XF. Drugs 20. Hartford City, 395-A R-7 VF. Rare 21 . Huntington, 430-C R-6 VF. 22. Huntington, 430-F R-5 G. 23. Huntington, 430-G R-9 Poor Rare. 24. Indianapolis, 460-C R-5 VF. 25. Indianapolis, 460-E R-5 F. 26. Indianapolis, 460-1 R-3 Unc. 27. Indianapolis, 460-J R-4 XF. 28. Indianapolis, 460-M R-55 Unc. 29. Indianapolis, 460-P R-4 Unc. 30. Indianapolis, 460-S R-5 Unc. 31 . Indianapolis, 460-T R-6 F. 32. Indianapolis, 460-V R-6 XF. 33. Indianapolis, 460-X R-6 Unc. 34. Kendallville, 500-A R-9 VF. Rare 35. Kendallville, 500-D R-7 F. Medical 36. Kendallvill


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    Merchant's Magazine, 1855 (vol. 32)

    1/1/1855

    iana January 1, 1855 Tiffin and Fort Wayne Troy and Michigan Western » INDIANA. Central September 80, 1868. . . Cincinnati, Logansport, A Chicago Cincinnati, Peru, and Chicago Evansville and Terre Haute Fort Wayne, Cambridge, and Cin- cinnati Fort Wayne and Chicago Fort Wayne and Cincinnati. Fort Wayne and Munsic Fort Wayne and Sandusky Fort Wayne, Union, & Cincinnati Indiana and Illinois Central Indianapolis and Belfontaine. . . .July 31, 1858 Indianapolis and Cincinnati November 14, 1853. . . Indianapolis, Evansville, & Union Indianapolis and Gosport Indianapolis and Lafayette November 30, 1852. . . Indianapolis and Laurenceburg Indianapolis, Madison, and Peru .March 4, 1854 Indianapolis and Terre Haute. . .February 16, 1852. .. . Indianapolis and Vincennes Indianapolis and Toledo Jeffersonville and


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    Journal of the Token and Medal Society, Vol. 4, No. 2

    4/1/1964

    40 TAMS VIGNETTES Tokens and Medals of Unusual Interest - No. 3 By Arlie R. Slabaugh THE Indianapolis 500 -MILE RACE Every year at Memorial Day the most famous of all automobile races is held in Indianapolis, Indiana at the Indianapolis Speedway. Since this issue of the Journal will be published at approximately this time, a token commemor- ating the race is particularly appropriate. The Indianapolis Speedway was built in 1909 by four men who believed that automobile racing, through its strain on


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    Journal of the Token and Medal Society, Vol. 4, No. 2

    4/1/1964

    40 TAMS VIGNETTES Tokens and Medals of Unusual Interest - No. 3 By Arlie R. Slabaugh THE Indianapolis 500 -MILE RACE Every year at Memorial Day the most famous of all automobile races is held in Indianapolis, Indiana at the Indianapolis Speedway. Since this issue of the Journal will be published at approximately this time, a token commemor- ating the race is particularly appropriate. The Indianapolis Speedway was built in 1909 by four men who believed that automobile racing, through its strain on


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    Merchant's Magazine, 1854 (vol. 31)

    7/1/1854

    Railroad , Canal , amf Steamboat Statistics. 379 PROGRESS OF RAILWAYS IN INDIANA, The Indianapolis Journal has been furnished by a gentleman well acquainted with the subject, the following statement of railways m operation, in progress, and con- templated, witoin that State. Ho. says : “ I may have omitted some, and in some few instance* the length given may not be exactly true, but they are as nearly accu- rate as I could make them from Colton’s map of Indiana.” The following list com- prises


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    The Centinel, vol. 25, no. 2

    12/1/1977

    second issue. The Board held a very productive meeting in Indianapolis in Novem- ber, and met some very charming Hoosiers. It is with intention that we plan these interim meetings in the various states ... it makes for good fellowship and helps to promote your organization. Mrs. Stevenson, who is in charge of this year’s convention in St. Louis, met with us in Indiana, and you may be assured that the plans are in good hands. My apologies to those applicants who have


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    Journal of the Civil War Token Society, vol. 2, no. 1-4

    3/1/1968

    75-D R-4 F. 6o Como, 1 85 -A R-4 Unc. 7. Corunna, 1 90— B , R-B, R-6 VF. 8. Danville, 230-A R-9 Unc. Rare 9. Elkhart, 260-D R-5 XF. 10. Fort Wayne, 290-A R-4 F. 11. Fort Wayne, 290-H R-3 AU. 12. Franklin 295-A R-5 XF 13. Goshen 350-B R-5 F. 14. Goshen 350-F'R-4 VG Brass 15. Greenfield, 360-A R-6 XF 16. Hagerstown, 370-A R-6 Unc. 17. Huntington, 430-B R-5 VG. 18. Huntington, 430-H R-8 Fr. Rare 19. Indianapolis, 460-B R-4 Unc. 20. Indianapolis, 460-F R-4 U’nc. 21. Indianapolis, 460-H R-5 Unc. 22. Indianapolis, 460- L R-3 VF . 23. Indianapolis, 460-0 R-5 Unc. 24. Indianapolis, 460-R R-5 Unc. 25. Indianapolis, 460-W R-6 VF. 26. Indianapolis, 460-Z R-7 XF 27. Kendallville, 500-B R-8 Unc. 28. Kendal IvTile, 500-F R-6 Au . 29. Kendal Ivi lie, 500-K R-7 Unc Br Prices realized lists now available fo Lot No. De


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    Civil War Tokens and Tradesman's Store Cards: a tentative list of the Civil War tokens, and store cards issued by the merchants of the United States, and used as money during the period from 1861 to 1864

    /1924

    INDIANA — Continued Indianapolis — Continued NUMBER OBVERSE REVERSE METAL EDGE 2728 Same Same Br R 2729 2730 C E Geisendorff & Co/Wool/Deal- Hoosier Woolen/Factory/ ers/Indianapolis, Ind C PI 2731 Same — name of firm in small let- ters. Same C PI 2732 2733 G W Geisendorff & Co/Wool/Deal- ers/&/Man’frs Same c PI 2734 G W Geisendorff & Co/Domestic/ Hoosier Jeans/ancJ/Home Staple/and/Fancy Goods/61 and made/Woolen Good


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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 8, No. 3 (Part 1)

    6/1/1968

    le, 230-B R-6 VF. 12. Elkhart, 260-A R-5 Unc. 13. Elkhart, 260-C R-8 F. 14. Fortville, 285-A R-4 XF. 15. Fort Wayne, 290-C R-4 XF. 16. Fort Wayne, 290-F R-5 Unc. 17. Fort Wayne, 290-G R-5 VF. 18. Fremont, 305-A R-5 XF. 19. Goshen, 350-A R-7 F. 20. Goshen, 350-E R-4 AU. Brass 21. Granville, 355-A R-6 XF. 22. Huntington, 430-A R-8 F. 23. Huntington, 430-D R-4 XF. 24. H untington, 430-E R-8 AU . 25. Indianapolis, 460-A R-5 AU. 26. Indianapolis, 460-D R-3 XF. 27. Indianapolis, 460-G R-3 F. 28. Indianapolis, 460-K R-6 Unc. 29. Indianapolis, 460-N R-5 Unc. 30. Indianapolis, 460-Q R-4 VG. 31. Indianapolis, 460-U R-7 VF. 32. Indianapolis, 460-Y R-4 Unc. Br. 33. Kendallville, 500-C R-8 VG. 34. Kendallville, 500-E R-5 VG. 35. Kendallville, 500-H R-9 F. 36. Kendallville, 500-M R-5 Unc. 37. Kendallville, 500-Q R-


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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 8, No. 4

    9/1/1968

    F. 6. Como, 1 85-A R-4 Unc. 7. Corunna, 1 90-B R-B R-6 VF. 8. Danville, 230-A R-9 Unc. Rare. 9. Elkhart, 260-D R-5 XF. 1 0. Fort Wayne, 290-A R-4 F. 1 1 . Fort Wayne, 290-H R-3 AU. 12. Franklin, 295-A R-5 XF. 13. Goshen, 350-B R-5 F. 1 4. Goshen, 350-F R-4 VG. Brass. 15. Greenfield, 360-A R-6 XF. 16. Hagerstown, 370-A R-6 Unc. 17. Huntington, 430-B R-5 VG. 18. Huntington, 430-H R-8 Fair Rare. 19. Indianapolis, 460-B R-4 Unc. 20. Indianapolis, 460-F R-4 Unc. 21 . Indianapolis, 460-H R-5 Unc. 22. Indianapolis, 460-L R-3 VF. 23. Indianapolis, 460-0 R-5 Unc. 24. Indianapolis, 460-R R-5 Unc. 25. Indianapolis, 460-W R-6 VF. 26. Indianapolis, 460-Z R-7 XF. 27. Kendallville, 500-B R-8 Unc. 28. Kendallville, 500-F R-6 AU. 29. Kendallville, 500-K R-7 Unc. BR. 30. Kendallville, 500-L R-5 VG. 31 . Kendallville, 5


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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 35, No. 6 Part II

    12/1/1995

    -IND-.10-12 $2.50 IN-IND-LO-IO-A $3.00 IN-IND-LO-IO-B $3.00 (IN)-IND-TU-IO-A $2.50 (IN)-IND-TU-IO-B $2.50 IN-lND-WA-10 $3.00 (rN)-(IND)-WA-12 $2.25 IN-IND-WA-14 $3.00 IN-IND-WA-16 $3.00 ES-KOK-KO-IO $3.00 PV-KOK-SA-IO $2.25 DATE MINT SIG# REV# TOPIC IN S CRIfllON SUB.IECT 1960 29 I960 29 1958 19 1955 51 1954 0 1961 19 1958 29 1959 29 1958 65 1959 65 1962 19 1962 29 1964 69 1964 19 1960 29 1960 29 Indianapolis. INDIANA D B & B COIN SHOPS // GENE BOWLES / 3575 S. SADLIER DR. INDIANAPOLIS, IND. SR7 COINS I960 B&B COIN SHOPS "B&B" stood for Benson and Bowles (see IN-IND-BB-12 below). D B&B COIN SHOPS // RON BENSON / 3302 GLADSTONE A VE. INDIANAPOLIS, IND. SR8 COINS 1960 B&B COIN SHOPS D W D COOK // COINS & STAMPS / 38 N PENN. RM. 320 INDPL'S, IND. SR8 COINS, STAMPS 1958 COOK, W. D. D SOUVENIR // INDIANAPO


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    Coin Collector's Journal, vol. 7

    1/1/1882

    5.— Obv.; inscription, ** JESSE DAVIES * * dealer IN DRUGS, ornaments each side of and MEDICINES, HUNTINGTON, iND. Rev., Variety of Type 20, date 1863. No. 7.— Obv.; inscription, SCHAFER & BRO., druggists —AND— APOTIIC ARIES, HUNTINGTON, IND. Rev., V ariety of Type 20, date 1863. No. 6. — Obv.; inscription, J. H. INSWORTH & CO. deal- ers IN DRY GOODS & GROCERIES, HUNT- INGTON, IND. Rev., Type 24. Indianapolis. No. 1. — Obv.; legend, alvord, caldwell a alvord, Indian- apolis ; inscri])tion, whoj.esale GROCERS, 68 E. ■\VASII. ST. Rev., Type 11, and variety of same. No. 2.— Obv. ; legend, hoston store * Indianapolis*; in- scription DRY GOODS 10 E. WASH. ST. Rev., Type 11, and variety of same. No. 3.— Obv.; legend, C. E. GEISENDORF & CO. MAN’FRS ; inscription, WOOL DEALERS & ornaments each side. Rev., ins


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    The Centinel, vol. 25, no. 2

    12/1/1977

    second issue. The Board held a very productive meeting in Indianapolis in Novem- ber, and met some very charming Hoosiers. It is with intention that we plan these interim meetings in the various states ... it makes for good fellowship and helps to promote your organization. Mrs. Stevenson, who is in charge of this year’s convention in St. Louis, met with us in Indiana, and you may be assured that the plans are in good hands. My apologies to those applicants who have


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    The Centinel, vol. 29, no. 1

    3/1/1981

    e interior features walnut paneling, a swimming pool, ballroom, and other club facilities. 4. American Fletcher National Bank 101 Monument Circle 1959; Skidmore, Owings and Merrill of Chicago Here is a classic example of “cur- tain wall” architecture. The exterior “skin” is hung from the structure like a curtain of glass and aluminum. On the second floor is the downtown gal- lery extension of the Indianapolis Museum of Art. 5. Circle Tower Building 5 East Market Street 1929-30; Rubush and Hunter This fifteen-story office building, constructed of brick and steel with a limestone facade, was designed to re- cede in size from the 8th to the 15th floors, to give full prominence to the Soldiers and Sailors Monument. The Art Deco movement of the 1920’ s can be seen in the sculptured panels repre- senting fi


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    The Centinel, vol. 29, no. 1

    3/1/1981

    11. The Test Building 54 Monument Cirele 1925; Bass, Knowlton and Co. An office and parking structure, the carved stone relief panels on the ex- terior depict Indianapolis landmarks and technological advances of the 1920’s. 12. J. C. Penny 120 Monument Circle 1950; Skidmore, Owings, Merrill of Chicago The J. C. Penny biulding, designed by Nathaniel Owings of Indianapolis, contains a curced Indiana limestone “curtain wall’’ on the exterior. MEMORIAL PLAZA During the early years of Indianapolis, many of the finer homes in the city were built along Meridian and Pennsy


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    Journal of the Civil War Token Society, vol. 2, no. 1-4

    3/1/1968

    75-D R-4 F. 6o Como, 1 85 -A R-4 Unc. 7. Corunna, 1 90— B , R-B, R-6 VF. 8. Danville, 230-A R-9 Unc. Rare 9. Elkhart, 260-D R-5 XF. 10. Fort Wayne, 290-A R-4 F. 11. Fort Wayne, 290-H R-3 AU. 12. Franklin 295-A R-5 XF 13. Goshen 350-B R-5 F. 14. Goshen 350-F'R-4 VG Brass 15. Greenfield, 360-A R-6 XF 16. Hagerstown, 370-A R-6 Unc. 17. Huntington, 430-B R-5 VG. 18. Huntington, 430-H R-8 Fr. Rare 19. Indianapolis, 460-B R-4 Unc. 20. Indianapolis, 460-F R-4 U’nc. 21. Indianapolis, 460-H R-5 Unc. 22. Indianapolis, 460- L R-3 VF . 23. Indianapolis, 460-0 R-5 Unc. 24. Indianapolis, 460-R R-5 Unc. 25. Indianapolis, 460-W R-6 VF. 26. Indianapolis, 460-Z R-7 XF 27. Kendallville, 500-B R-8 Unc. 28. Kendal IvTile, 500-F R-6 Au . 29. Kendal Ivi lie, 500-K R-7 Unc Br Prices realized lists now available fo Lot No. De


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 69]

    /1904

    ble Trust Co., Chlcagro. Warfield, W. S., pres. State Savings Loan & Trust Co., Quincy. Waterman, J. D., pres. Forest City Nat., Rockford. Woodruff, Geo., vice-pres. First Nat. Bank, Joliet. Zlehme, A. E., pres. Ravenswood Ex- changre, Chlcagro. Zinser, C. B., bookkeeper First Nat., Chllllcothe. INDIANA. Allman, W. L., vice-pres. Commercial Bank, Crown Point. Arrick, Clifford, pres. Arrlck & Co., Indianapolis. Bonner, Walter W., cas. Third Nat., Greensburgr. Brigrht, Jesse V., cas. Bank of Flora. Brown, L. C., director First Nat., Richmond. Carter, Mord, pres. First Nat., Dan- ville. Church. C. H., cas. Delaware Co. Nat., Muncie. Cooper, Geo. H., cas. Citizens, Green- field. Curles.s, Arthur E., banker, Curless Bank, Swayzee. Davis. E. H., cas. First Nat, Aurora. DItton, W. C., cas. Bank of Earl Park.


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    Civil War Tokens and Tradesman's Store Cards: a tentative list of the Civil War tokens, and store cards issued by the merchants of the United States, and used as money during the period from 1861 to 1864

    /1924

    INDIANA — Continued Indianapolis — Continued NUMBER OBVERSE REVERSE METAL EDGE 2728 Same Same Br R 2729 2730 C E Geisendorff & Co/Wool/Deal- Hoosier Woolen/Factory/ ers/Indianapolis, Ind C PI 2731 Same — name of firm in small let- ters. Same C PI 2732 2733 G W Geisendorff & Co/Wool/Deal- ers/&/Man’frs Same c PI 2734 G W Geisendorff & Co/Domestic/ Hoosier Jeans/ancJ/Home Staple/and/Fancy Goods/61 and made/Woolen Good


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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 8, No. 3 (Part 1)

    6/1/1968

    le, 230-B R-6 VF. 12. Elkhart, 260-A R-5 Unc. 13. Elkhart, 260-C R-8 F. 14. Fortville, 285-A R-4 XF. 15. Fort Wayne, 290-C R-4 XF. 16. Fort Wayne, 290-F R-5 Unc. 17. Fort Wayne, 290-G R-5 VF. 18. Fremont, 305-A R-5 XF. 19. Goshen, 350-A R-7 F. 20. Goshen, 350-E R-4 AU. Brass 21. Granville, 355-A R-6 XF. 22. Huntington, 430-A R-8 F. 23. Huntington, 430-D R-4 XF. 24. H untington, 430-E R-8 AU . 25. Indianapolis, 460-A R-5 AU. 26. Indianapolis, 460-D R-3 XF. 27. Indianapolis, 460-G R-3 F. 28. Indianapolis, 460-K R-6 Unc. 29. Indianapolis, 460-N R-5 Unc. 30. Indianapolis, 460-Q R-4 VG. 31. Indianapolis, 460-U R-7 VF. 32. Indianapolis, 460-Y R-4 Unc. Br. 33. Kendallville, 500-C R-8 VG. 34. Kendallville, 500-E R-5 VG. 35. Kendallville, 500-H R-9 F. 36. Kendallville, 500-M R-5 Unc. 37. Kendallville, 500-Q R-


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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 8, No. 4

    9/1/1968

    F. 6. Como, 1 85-A R-4 Unc. 7. Corunna, 1 90-B R-B R-6 VF. 8. Danville, 230-A R-9 Unc. Rare. 9. Elkhart, 260-D R-5 XF. 1 0. Fort Wayne, 290-A R-4 F. 1 1 . Fort Wayne, 290-H R-3 AU. 12. Franklin, 295-A R-5 XF. 13. Goshen, 350-B R-5 F. 1 4. Goshen, 350-F R-4 VG. Brass. 15. Greenfield, 360-A R-6 XF. 16. Hagerstown, 370-A R-6 Unc. 17. Huntington, 430-B R-5 VG. 18. Huntington, 430-H R-8 Fair Rare. 19. Indianapolis, 460-B R-4 Unc. 20. Indianapolis, 460-F R-4 Unc. 21 . Indianapolis, 460-H R-5 Unc. 22. Indianapolis, 460-L R-3 VF. 23. Indianapolis, 460-0 R-5 Unc. 24. Indianapolis, 460-R R-5 Unc. 25. Indianapolis, 460-W R-6 VF. 26. Indianapolis, 460-Z R-7 XF. 27. Kendallville, 500-B R-8 Unc. 28. Kendallville, 500-F R-6 AU. 29. Kendallville, 500-K R-7 Unc. BR. 30. Kendallville, 500-L R-5 VG. 31 . Kendallville, 5


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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 35, No. 6 Part II

    12/1/1995

    -IND-.10-12 $2.50 IN-IND-LO-IO-A $3.00 IN-IND-LO-IO-B $3.00 (IN)-IND-TU-IO-A $2.50 (IN)-IND-TU-IO-B $2.50 IN-lND-WA-10 $3.00 (rN)-(IND)-WA-12 $2.25 IN-IND-WA-14 $3.00 IN-IND-WA-16 $3.00 ES-KOK-KO-IO $3.00 PV-KOK-SA-IO $2.25 DATE MINT SIG# REV# TOPIC IN S CRIfllON SUB.IECT 1960 29 I960 29 1958 19 1955 51 1954 0 1961 19 1958 29 1959 29 1958 65 1959 65 1962 19 1962 29 1964 69 1964 19 1960 29 1960 29 Indianapolis. INDIANA D B & B COIN SHOPS // GENE BOWLES / 3575 S. SADLIER DR. INDIANAPOLIS, IND. SR7 COINS I960 B&B COIN SHOPS "B&B" stood for Benson and Bowles (see IN-IND-BB-12 below). D B&B COIN SHOPS // RON BENSON / 3302 GLADSTONE A VE. INDIANAPOLIS, IND. SR8 COINS 1960 B&B COIN SHOPS D W D COOK // COINS & STAMPS / 38 N PENN. RM. 320 INDPL'S, IND. SR8 COINS, STAMPS 1958 COOK, W. D. D SOUVENIR // INDIANAPO


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    Pesonal Tokens and Medals of American Numismatists

    4/7/2017

    y □ Balsa, 100 x 75 mm. May the beauty of this / holiday season bring you / peace and joy throughout / the coming year / Issue 5 / Annie & Otis Casy / Indianapolis, Indiana // Merry / Christmas / 1999 V □ Balsa, 100 x 77 mm. Happy New Year 2001 / May the joy they knew that Silent Night / upon the Christ child’s birth / Continue through the years to bring / Good will and Peace on Earth / Annie & Otis Casey / Indianapolis, Indiana / Issue 6 // Merry Christmas 2000 V □ Balsa, 100 x 75 mm. May the joy they knew that Silent Night / upon the Christ child’s birth


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    Mendelson's National Bank Note Reporter and Financial Gazette

    2/1/1870

    . Par SFKINGFIF.I.D, *u>n.i]<.r Pro« J, S. Aukeny, Cash. .Par J. P. Townsley, Pres. YOUNGSTOWN, First W. S. Parmelee, rres. It. McCurdy, Cash. ZANESVILLE, First Par P. Black, Pres. E. Martin, Cash. ZANjESVILLE Second Par C. W. Potwin. Pres. A. V. Smith. Cash. ZANES VILLE, Muskingum Par J). Applegate, Prea. B. F. Horsh, Cash. INDIANA. PRIVATE BANKERS. ARCHER & CO Evansville INDIANA BANKING CO., Indianapolis NATIONAL BANKS. ANDERSON, First Par J. G. Stillv.ell, Pres. T. N. Stlllwell, Cash. ATTICA, National.... Par P. S. Veeder, Pros. S. Finney, Cash. AURORA, First Par T. Guff, Pres. J. G. Kennedy, Cash. BLUFFTON, First Par , J. Studabaker, Pres. D. Klinck, Cash. BROOK VILLE, National Par J. H. Furquuar, Pres. J. W. Hitt, Cash. CAMBRIDGE CITY, First*.. Par J. Calloway, Pres. T. Nowby, Cash. CENTRE VIL


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    The Centinel, Newsletter

    3/1/1997

    it Stated TtymC&mtUic Society March 15, 1997 Dear CSNS Members, This mailing will serve as a replacement for the spring issue of The Centinel. Copy for The Centinel was shipped via Federal Express to our printer. Federal Express promptly lost the package. Because of printing deadlines, it was impossible to re- create The Centinel in time to get it delivered to you prior to the April convention in Indianapolis. This mailing includes messages from the president and secretary, along with the preliminary convention schedule and a listing of membership applications. There also is one advertisement included because it involves a sale in April. All other ad- vertisers will be given credit for future issues. See you in Indianapolis. Karen and Jim Jack, Editors President’s Commentary By JOHN WILSON Now that we


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    The Centinel, Newsletter

    3/1/1997

    Secretary 9 § Report By JERRY LEBO Our 1997 spring convention is at hand. Hopefully, you made hotel reservations well in advance. Hotel space seems to be a problem each year as we compete with other conventions for available accommodations. Indianapolis in 1997 apparently is no exception as 1 am told hotel space is at a premium. Fran Lockwood is lining up some top-notch exhibits, while Roy Maines has some outstanding speakers on tap for the educational programs. Incidentally, Roy also is handling the junior program this year, which will feature an auction in which the kids are given play money to bid on real coins. Many thanks to Gayle Pike of t


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    The Centinel, vol. 49, no. 1

    3/1/2001

    8511 8512 8513 8514 8515 8516 8341 8342 8343 8425 8426 8346 8365 8369 8370 8375 8377 8381 8405 8411 8414 8422 8427 8428 8429 8430 8431 8432 8433 8434 8435 8436 8437 8438 8439 8440 8441 8442 8443 8444 8445 8446 8447 8448 8449 8450 8451 REGULAR MEMBERS (CON T) Larry Kei th Newport Beach CA Steve Rocchi Newport Beach CA James W. Roehrdanz Fishers IN Allen Dove Indianapolis IN Col. Steven Ellsworth Clifton VA William Beasi Fort Lauderdale FL ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Mark Kaufman Sidney OH Stuart Segan Sidney OH Suellen Ruttkey Sidney OH Mary Beth Schiller Allouez WI Betty Bowman Indianapolis IN JUNIOR MEMBERS Becky Carroll Upper Arlington OH Conner Cloyd Louisville KY Joshua J. Winzer Augusta KS Peter J. Christensen Douglass KS Sky A. Davis Holdenville OK Taylor Farnham Oj


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    N.O.W. News, Spring 1994

    4/1/1994

    - 16 - Indianapolis, Indiana to the CENTRAL STATES NUMISMATIC SOCIETY 55TH ANNIVERSARY CONVENTION ★ APRIL 8, 9, 10 ,1994 PNG DAY— THURSDAY, APRIL 7 INDIANA CONVENTION CENTER DOWNTOWN INDIANAPOLIS (Next to the Hoosier Dome) BOURSE: EXHIBITS: JERRY LEBO FRAN LOCKWOOD P.O. BOX 44337 2075 E. BOCOCK RD. ' INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46204 MARION, IN 46952 317-271-6621 317-664-6520 HOST CLUBS INDIANA STATE NUMISMATIC ASSOCIATION IND


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    The Centinel, vol. 40, no. 4

    12/1/1992

    Charles Lawson Steve H. Nowlin Harry D. Swarthout Allen Hager Rhys Davis James M. Geary Bruce H. Vogel C. H. “Rusty” Schroeder Trena Denzik Bobby F. Steverson Steve Eyer Mark S. Wallace Catherine Schroeder Indianapolis, IN Indianapolis, IN St. Louis, MO Stamford, CT Virginia Beach, VA Cascade, WI Indianapolis, IN Seminole, FL Panama City, FL Panama City, FL Decatur, IL Coronado, CA Seminole, FL Wilson Pollard dies at age 87 Founding member of ISNA and ICC Wilson Pollard, a founding member of both the Indiana State Numismatic Association and the Indianapolis Coin Club, died Nov. 1 at the age of 87. Pollard inscr


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 46]

    /1892

    i8 9 i.] BANK COLLECTION *35 nicated to the defendant bank on the 1 5th, but not until after they had posted the letter directions to the New York firm. But the direc- tions might have been countermanded by telegraph before the letter reached New York. The Indianapolis firm was indebted to the New York house at the time of its failure, and the amount passed to its credit by the Fort Wayne bank operated to extinguish such indebted- ness. The holding of the court was that the defendant bank was answerable to the plaintiff, for the amount of the collection ; and that holding would seem to be entirely consistent with what was said by our Supreme Court, in the Gulic


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    Civil War Tokens and Tradesman's Store Cards: a tentative list of the Civil War tokens, and store cards issued by the merchants of the United States, and used as money during the period from 1861 to 1864

    /1924

    INDIANA— Continued Indianapolis — Continued NUMBER OBVERSE REVERSE METAL EDGE 2765 2766 J F Lenour/Druggist/No 5/Bates/ House/Indianapolis 419 C-N R 2767 2768 Same 623 C R 2769 Same Same Br R 2770 Same Same Z R The Lenour cards are a die error— they were intended for the Senour cards, as they were no doubt used during the Civil War as change. We have catalogued them in their alphabetical order. 2771 Joseph Me Creery/No 85/East/


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    Mendelson's National Bank Note Reporter and Financial Gazette

    2/1/1870

    . Par SFKINGFIF.I.D, *u>n.i]<.r Pro« J, S. Aukeny, Cash. .Par J. P. Townsley, Pres. YOUNGSTOWN, First W. S. Parmelee, rres. It. McCurdy, Cash. ZANESVILLE, First Par P. Black, Pres. E. Martin, Cash. ZANjESVILLE Second Par C. W. Potwin. Pres. A. V. Smith. Cash. ZANES VILLE, Muskingum Par J). Applegate, Prea. B. F. Horsh, Cash. INDIANA. PRIVATE BANKERS. ARCHER & CO Evansville INDIANA BANKING CO., Indianapolis NATIONAL BANKS. ANDERSON, First Par J. G. Stillv.ell, Pres. T. N. Stlllwell, Cash. ATTICA, National.... Par P. S. Veeder, Pros. S. Finney, Cash. AURORA, First Par T. Guff, Pres. J. G. Kennedy, Cash. BLUFFTON, First Par , J. Studabaker, Pres. D. Klinck, Cash. BROOK VILLE, National Par J. H. Furquuar, Pres. J. W. Hitt, Cash. CAMBRIDGE CITY, First*.. Par J. Calloway, Pres. T. Nowby, Cash. CENTRE VIL


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    N.O.W. News, Spring 1994

    4/1/1994

    - 16 - Indianapolis, Indiana to the CENTRAL STATES NUMISMATIC SOCIETY 55TH ANNIVERSARY CONVENTION ★ APRIL 8, 9, 10 ,1994 PNG DAY— THURSDAY, APRIL 7 INDIANA CONVENTION CENTER DOWNTOWN INDIANAPOLIS (Next to the Hoosier Dome) BOURSE: EXHIBITS: JERRY LEBO FRAN LOCKWOOD P.O. BOX 44337 2075 E. BOCOCK RD. ' INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46204 MARION, IN 46952 317-271-6621 317-664-6520 HOST CLUBS INDIANA STATE NUMISMATIC ASSOCIATION IND


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    The Centinel, vol. 40, no. 4

    12/1/1992

    Charles Lawson Steve H. Nowlin Harry D. Swarthout Allen Hager Rhys Davis James M. Geary Bruce H. Vogel C. H. “Rusty” Schroeder Trena Denzik Bobby F. Steverson Steve Eyer Mark S. Wallace Catherine Schroeder Indianapolis, IN Indianapolis, IN St. Louis, MO Stamford, CT Virginia Beach, VA Cascade, WI Indianapolis, IN Seminole, FL Panama City, FL Panama City, FL Decatur, IL Coronado, CA Seminole, FL Wilson Pollard dies at age 87 Founding member of ISNA and ICC Wilson Pollard, a founding member of both the Indiana State Numismatic Association and the Indianapolis Coin Club, died Nov. 1 at the age of 87. Pollard inscr


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    The Centinel, Newsletter

    3/1/1997

    it Stated TtymC&mtUic Society March 15, 1997 Dear CSNS Members, This mailing will serve as a replacement for the spring issue of The Centinel. Copy for The Centinel was shipped via Federal Express to our printer. Federal Express promptly lost the package. Because of printing deadlines, it was impossible to re- create The Centinel in time to get it delivered to you prior to the April convention in Indianapolis. This mailing includes messages from the president and secretary, along with the preliminary convention schedule and a listing of membership applications. There also is one advertisement included because it involves a sale in April. All other ad- vertisers will be given credit for future issues. See you in Indianapolis. Karen and Jim Jack, Editors President’s Commentary By JOHN WILSON Now that we


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    The Centinel, Newsletter

    3/1/1997

    Secretary 9 § Report By JERRY LEBO Our 1997 spring convention is at hand. Hopefully, you made hotel reservations well in advance. Hotel space seems to be a problem each year as we compete with other conventions for available accommodations. Indianapolis in 1997 apparently is no exception as 1 am told hotel space is at a premium. Fran Lockwood is lining up some top-notch exhibits, while Roy Maines has some outstanding speakers on tap for the educational programs. Incidentally, Roy also is handling the junior program this year, which will feature an auction in which the kids are given play money to bid on real coins. Many thanks to Gayle Pike of t


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    The Centinel, vol. 49, no. 1

    3/1/2001

    8511 8512 8513 8514 8515 8516 8341 8342 8343 8425 8426 8346 8365 8369 8370 8375 8377 8381 8405 8411 8414 8422 8427 8428 8429 8430 8431 8432 8433 8434 8435 8436 8437 8438 8439 8440 8441 8442 8443 8444 8445 8446 8447 8448 8449 8450 8451 REGULAR MEMBERS (CON T) Larry Kei th Newport Beach CA Steve Rocchi Newport Beach CA James W. Roehrdanz Fishers IN Allen Dove Indianapolis IN Col. Steven Ellsworth Clifton VA William Beasi Fort Lauderdale FL ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Mark Kaufman Sidney OH Stuart Segan Sidney OH Suellen Ruttkey Sidney OH Mary Beth Schiller Allouez WI Betty Bowman Indianapolis IN JUNIOR MEMBERS Becky Carroll Upper Arlington OH Conner Cloyd Louisville KY Joshua J. Winzer Augusta KS Peter J. Christensen Douglass KS Sky A. Davis Holdenville OK Taylor Farnham Oj


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