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    The Numismatist, Vol. 29 (1916)

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    Highlight: received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretary 2.75 Oct. 5th, received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretary 3.00 Nov. 5th, received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretary 6.00 Dec. 3rd, received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretary 6.00 Jan. 7th, 1916, received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretary. . . 18.25 Feb. 3rd, received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretary 51.00 March 13th, received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretary 122.50 April 5th, received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretary 29.00 May 2nd, received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretray 24.00 June 3rd, received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretary 23.50 July 7th, received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretary 2.50 July 24th, received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretary 4.25 Total $533.57 Disbursements. Orde

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 29 (1916)

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    Highlight: received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretary 2.75 Oct. 5th, received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretary 3.00 Nov. 5th, received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretary 6.00 Dec. 3rd, received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretary 6.00 Jan. 7th, 1916, received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretary. . . 18.25 Feb. 3rd, received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretary 51.00 March 13th, received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretary 122.50 April 5th, received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretary 29.00 May 2nd, received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretray 24.00 June 3rd, received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretary 23.50 July 7th, received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretary 2.50 July 24th, received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretary 4.25 Total $533.57 Disbursements. Orde

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 29 (1916)

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    Highlight: received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretary 2.75 Oct. 5th, received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretary 3.00 Nov. 5th, received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretary 6.00 Dec. 3rd, received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretary 6.00 Jan. 7th, 1916, received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretary. . . 18.25 Feb. 3rd, received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretary 51.00 March 13th, received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretary 122.50 April 5th, received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretary 29.00 May 2nd, received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretray 24.00 June 3rd, received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretary 23.50 July 7th, received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretary 2.50 July 24th, received from Waldo C. Moore, General Secretary 4.25 Total $533.57 Disbursements. Orde

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    The Civil War Token Journal, vol. 46, no. 1-4

    1/3/2012

    Highlight: family was living next to that of Alonzo Waldo’s widow Emily. 14 In 1880 he was reported as a grocer. Othello S. Brandon died in Jefferson on March 6, 1899, and is buried in Greenwood Cemetery. 15 Although the circumstantial case here for Alonzo H. Waldo and Othello Sanford Brandon as the partners in Waldo & Brandon is very strong, it has been suggested that the Waldo in this partnership might have been George A. Waldo, also of Jefferson. George Albert Waldo was born on December 2, 1824 at Methuen, Essex County, Massachusetts to George Augustus and Almira Amanda (Bodwell) Waldo. 16 As shown above, he was a clerk living with his uncle, Alonzo H. Waldon the 1860 census for Jefferson, Jefferson County, Wisconsin as: 17 Waldo, George, age 34, druggist, born in

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 28 (1915)

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    Highlight: Received from Waldo C. Moore 23.55 October 2, 1914, Received from Waldo C. Moore 2.50 November 11, 1914, Received from Waldo C. Moore 1.75 December 1, 1914, Received from Waldo C. Moore 9.00 January 2, 1915, Received from Waldo C. Moore 19.50 February 2, 1915, Received from Waldo C. Moore - 62.00 March 4, 1915, Received from Waldo C. Moore 114.50 April 1, 1915, Received from Waldo C. Moore 30.50 May 2, 1915, Received from Waldo C. Moore 18.00 June 3, 1915, Received from Waldo C. Moore 17.75 July 2, 1915, Received from Waldo C. Moore 9.75 July 22, 1915, Received from Waldo C. Moore 4.75 Total Disbursements. Order Vo. August 8, 1914, J. H. Ripstra a 43 August 12, 1914, Baltimore City Printing Co., programs. 44 August 24, 1914, W. C. Moore, hotel quarters, services — 45 August 24, 1914, E. H.

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 26 (1913)

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    Highlight: Wood .Waldo C. Moore Edgar H. Adams . Waldo C. Moore W. M. Rosen . Waldo C. Moore T. E. Leon . . . . S. C. Stevens R. Hosbury . Waldo C. Moore Harry J. Lelande . . . . Farran Zerbe R. Hosbury .Waldo C. Moore R. Hosbury .Waldo C. Moore Waldo C. Moore E. Vernon Moore Edgar H. Adams .Waldo C. Moore Edgar H. Adams C. R. Hill Harry J. Lelande , . . . Farran Zerbe H. H. Yawger . . . . F. E. Merritt Edgar H. Adams . . . . W. O. Staab Waldo C. Moore . . . .W. H. Miner Waldo C. Moore .H. O. Granberg Lewisburg, Ohio, Feb. 17, 1913. WALDONOTICE. All dues in the A. N. A. and subscriptions to “The Numismatist” for 1913 are now due and payable to the General Secretary, Waldo C. Moore, Lewisburg, Ohio. All members are requested to make early remittance. Please be

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 28 (1915)

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    Highlight: Received from Waldo C. Moore 23.55 October 2, 1914, Received from Waldo C. Moore 2.50 November 11, 1914, Received from Waldo C. Moore 1.75 December 1, 1914, Received from Waldo C. Moore 9.00 January 2, 1915, Received from Waldo C. Moore 19.50 February 2, 1915, Received from Waldo C. Moore - 62.00 March 4, 1915, Received from Waldo C. Moore 114.50 April 1, 1915, Received from Waldo C. Moore 30.50 May 2, 1915, Received from Waldo C. Moore 18.00 June 3, 1915, Received from Waldo C. Moore 17.75 July 2, 1915, Received from Waldo C. Moore 9.75 July 22, 1915, Received from Waldo C. Moore 4.75 Total Disbursements. Order Vo. August 8, 1914, J. H. Ripstra a 43 August 12, 1914, Baltimore City Printing Co., programs. 44 August 24, 1914, W. C. Moore, hotel quarters, services — 45 August 24, 1914, E. H.

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 25 (1912)

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    Highlight: Y Waldo C. Moore Walter W. Garrabrant, Edgar H. Adams 169 Walnut St., Newark, N. J Rud Kohler Henri Weil, Edgar H. Adams 34 East 28th St., New’ York City Waldo C. Moore D. L. Angell, Edgar H. Adams 4 46 High St., Newark, N. J Waldo C. Moore William S. Hunt, Edgar H. Adams 204 Market St., Newark, N. J Waldo C. Moore V. Koga, G. L. Tilden Imperial Mint, Osaka, Japan Waldo C. Moore George H. Russell, B. H. Collins 3538 Warder St., N. W., Washington, D. C Waldo C. Moore A. H. Duncan, *W. W. Sterns Humboldt, Iowa *Dr. J. K. Coddington loseph A. Faust, Waldo C. Moore Peru, Ind *Jno. J. Krietzer Andrew’ E. MacDonald, Geo. H. King 2604 Stout St., Denver, Colo WaldoC. Moore Gustave Senft, Rud Kohler 116 Nassau St., New York City Waldo C. Moore Leonard Schafer, Frank I. Liveright 25 Broad St., New

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 25 (1912)

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    Highlight: Canada Waldo C. Moore G. Moretti, J. De Lagerberg Sy.acauga, Ala Waldo C. Moore Claudius Hope, Waldo C. Moore 608 No. Stewart St., Sedalia, Mo E. Vernon Moore Wynn Hoerner, Waldo C. Moore Lewisburg, Ohio . .E. Vernon Moore Dr. George Hetrich, Edgar H. Adams Birdsboro, Pa Waldo C. Moore Herbert F. Soverel, Edgar H. Adams Essex Building, Newark, N. J D. L. Angell Ernest Soper, Geo. C. Arnold 84 Reynolds St*, Rochester, N. Y A. H. Plumb H. H. Rowley, Waldo C. Moore 84 Reynolds St., Rochester, N. Y F. E. Merritt Joseph Koeb,* Waldo C. Moore 170 Lifiden St., Rochester, N. Y H. H. Yawger W. J. Ballarcj, Waldo 246 Central Park, Rochester, N. Y F. E. Merritt Lee M. Clarke, * H. H. Yawger Le Roy, N. Y Waldo C. Moore C. A. Harold, Waldo C. Moore 156 Tremont St., Rochester, N. Y F. E. Merrit

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 25 (1912)

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    Highlight: Y Waldo C. Moore Walter W. Garrabrant, Edgar H. Adams 169 Walnut St., Newark, N. J Rud Kohler Henri Weil, Edgar H. Adams 34 East 28th St., New’ York City Waldo C. Moore D. L. Angell, Edgar H. Adams 4 46 High St., Newark, N. J Waldo C. Moore William S. Hunt, Edgar H. Adams 204 Market St., Newark, N. J Waldo C. Moore V. Koga, G. L. Tilden Imperial Mint, Osaka, Japan Waldo C. Moore George H. Russell, B. H. Collins 3538 Warder St., N. W., Washington, D. C Waldo C. Moore A. H. Duncan, *W. W. Sterns Humboldt, Iowa *Dr. J. K. Coddington loseph A. Faust, Waldo C. Moore Peru, Ind *Jno. J. Krietzer Andrew’ E. MacDonald, Geo. H. King 2604 Stout St., Denver, Colo WaldoC. Moore Gustave Senft, Rud Kohler 116 Nassau St., New York City Waldo C. Moore Leonard Schafer, Frank I. Liveright 25 Broad St., New

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 25 (1912)

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    Highlight: Canada Waldo C. Moore G. Moretti, J. De Lagerberg Sy.acauga, Ala Waldo C. Moore Claudius Hope, Waldo C. Moore 608 No. Stewart St., Sedalia, Mo E. Vernon Moore Wynn Hoerner, Waldo C. Moore Lewisburg, Ohio . .E. Vernon Moore Dr. George Hetrich, Edgar H. Adams Birdsboro, Pa Waldo C. Moore Herbert F. Soverel, Edgar H. Adams Essex Building, Newark, N. J D. L. Angell Ernest Soper, Geo. C. Arnold 84 Reynolds St*, Rochester, N. Y A. H. Plumb H. H. Rowley, Waldo C. Moore 84 Reynolds St., Rochester, N. Y F. E. Merritt Joseph Koeb,* Waldo C. Moore 170 Lifiden St., Rochester, N. Y H. H. Yawger W. J. Ballarcj, Waldo 246 Central Park, Rochester, N. Y F. E. Merritt Lee M. Clarke, * H. H. Yawger Le Roy, N. Y Waldo C. Moore C. A. Harold, Waldo C. Moore 156 Tremont St., Rochester, N. Y F. E. Merrit

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 25 (1912)

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    Highlight: Y Waldo C. Moore Walter W. Garrabrant, Edgar H. Adams 169 Walnut St., Newark, N. J Rud Kohler Henri Weil, Edgar H. Adams 34 East 28th St., New’ York City Waldo C. Moore D. L. Angell, Edgar H. Adams 4 46 High St., Newark, N. J Waldo C. Moore William S. Hunt, Edgar H. Adams 204 Market St., Newark, N. J Waldo C. Moore V. Koga, G. L. Tilden Imperial Mint, Osaka, Japan Waldo C. Moore George H. Russell, B. H. Collins 3538 Warder St., N. W., Washington, D. C Waldo C. Moore A. H. Duncan, *W. W. Sterns Humboldt, Iowa *Dr. J. K. Coddington loseph A. Faust, Waldo C. Moore Peru, Ind *Jno. J. Krietzer Andrew’ E. MacDonald, Geo. H. King 2604 Stout St., Denver, Colo WaldoC. Moore Gustave Senft, Rud Kohler 116 Nassau St., New York City Waldo C. Moore Leonard Schafer, Frank I. Liveright 25 Broad St., New

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 25 (1912)

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    Highlight: Canada Waldo C. Moore G. Moretti, J. De Lagerberg Sy.acauga, Ala Waldo C. Moore Claudius Hope, Waldo C. Moore 608 No. Stewart St., Sedalia, Mo E. Vernon Moore Wynn Hoerner, Waldo C. Moore Lewisburg, Ohio . .E. Vernon Moore Dr. George Hetrich, Edgar H. Adams Birdsboro, Pa Waldo C. Moore Herbert F. Soverel, Edgar H. Adams Essex Building, Newark, N. J D. L. Angell Ernest Soper, Geo. C. Arnold 84 Reynolds St*, Rochester, N. Y A. H. Plumb H. H. Rowley, Waldo C. Moore 84 Reynolds St., Rochester, N. Y F. E. Merritt Joseph Koeb,* Waldo C. Moore 170 Lifiden St., Rochester, N. Y H. H. Yawger W. J. Ballarcj, Waldo 246 Central Park, Rochester, N. Y F. E. Merritt Lee M. Clarke, * H. H. Yawger Le Roy, N. Y Waldo C. Moore C. A. Harold, Waldo C. Moore 156 Tremont St., Rochester, N. Y F. E. Merrit

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 25 (1912)

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    Highlight: Y Waldo C. Moore Walter W. Garrabrant, Edgar H. Adams 169 Walnut St., Newark, N. J Rud Kohler Henri Weil, Edgar H. Adams 34 East 28th St., New’ York City Waldo C. Moore D. L. Angell, Edgar H. Adams 4 46 High St., Newark, N. J Waldo C. Moore William S. Hunt, Edgar H. Adams 204 Market St., Newark, N. J Waldo C. Moore V. Koga, G. L. Tilden Imperial Mint, Osaka, Japan Waldo C. Moore George H. Russell, B. H. Collins 3538 Warder St., N. W., Washington, D. C Waldo C. Moore A. H. Duncan, *W. W. Sterns Humboldt, Iowa *Dr. J. K. Coddington loseph A. Faust, Waldo C. Moore Peru, Ind *Jno. J. Krietzer Andrew’ E. MacDonald, Geo. H. King 2604 Stout St., Denver, Colo WaldoC. Moore Gustave Senft, Rud Kohler 116 Nassau St., New York City Waldo C. Moore Leonard Schafer, Frank I. Liveright 25 Broad St., New

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 25 (1912)

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    Highlight: Canada Waldo C. Moore G. Moretti, J. De Lagerberg Sy.acauga, Ala Waldo C. Moore Claudius Hope, Waldo C. Moore 608 No. Stewart St., Sedalia, Mo E. Vernon Moore Wynn Hoerner, Waldo C. Moore Lewisburg, Ohio . .E. Vernon Moore Dr. George Hetrich, Edgar H. Adams Birdsboro, Pa Waldo C. Moore Herbert F. Soverel, Edgar H. Adams Essex Building, Newark, N. J D. L. Angell Ernest Soper, Geo. C. Arnold 84 Reynolds St*, Rochester, N. Y A. H. Plumb H. H. Rowley, Waldo C. Moore 84 Reynolds St., Rochester, N. Y F. E. Merritt Joseph Koeb,* Waldo C. Moore 170 Lifiden St., Rochester, N. Y H. H. Yawger W. J. Ballarcj, Waldo 246 Central Park, Rochester, N. Y F. E. Merritt Lee M. Clarke, * H. H. Yawger Le Roy, N. Y Waldo C. Moore C. A. Harold, Waldo C. Moore 156 Tremont St., Rochester, N. Y F. E. Merrit

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    RARE COL. GREEN NUMISMATIC LITERATURE OFFERED

    07/30/2017

    Highlight: Waldo Newcomer, and Morton Stack. These are historic volumes of superb research value and all were once in the libraries of either the Stack family or John J. Ford, Jr. A unique opportunity for the numismatic literature collector!

    The seven numismatic literature items featured in this email were acquired for their specific association with Colonel E.H.R. Green, a numismatic character of particular interest to collectors. Green was not only one of the great collectors of the 20th-century, but he was also a man with a fascinating back story who lived a colorful life. Some brief biographical notes are included in the sale catalogue, but like many famous numismatists, his story is worthy of further exploration.

    Here are excerpts from the catalog with links to the

    Harper's New Monthly Magazine

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    Highlight: old Waldo and Jar- ley McCracken, would always argue,” said Mr. Milo Hush one day while in Shanks’s grocery- store. 44 Argue about anything. Took con- trary sides on evert/ question. Why, if old Waldowas pizeu, Jarley McCracken would up and dispute it, just as if the whole world dou’t kuow that Injuns are pizen, and ought to be exterminated off the face of the yearth. 44 One day Jarley McCracken was speaking of whiskey, and happened to mention, keerless like, its food value, and what did old Waldo do but up and dispute it. Said whiskey as a beverage to supply the necessary liquid for the proper asswimnlation of the solid food was all O K, but lie denied its value as a food per mv — them was his furren words, just like that — per xe. It was the general view that if he

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    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint Upon the Production of Precious Metals

    1/1/1883

    Highlight: the principal ones being in the Waldois county during the past season, and while it is difficult to obtain reliable information of the - amount produced by them, it has been estimated by Mr. John Hodgdoi^f that about $12,000 was taken out by them. This amount was j)rinei- pally produced from the Althouse district. In this district some forty* white men are also reported by him to have taken out about $8,000. The Waldo Hydraulic Mining Company in the Waldo district., is im- ported by Mr. W. J. Wimer to haA’-e produced abou

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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 14, No. 3 Part I

    1/6/1974

    Highlight: Waldo C., "The Kinseys,” in The Numismatist for July, 1917. Moore, Waldo C., "P. Evens, Engraver,” in The Numismatist for June, 1917. Moore, Waldo C., "P. Evens, Tailor,” in The Numis- matist for May, 1917. Moore, Waldo C., "James Foster, Jr., & Co.,” in The Numismatist for November, 1917. Moore, Waldo C., "Davidson-Probasco,” inTheNum- ismatistfor February, 1918. Moore, Waldo C., "The Erwin Counter,” in The Numismatist for January, 1918. Moore, Waldo C., "The Dodd Counter,” in The Numismatist for April, 1917. Moore, Waldo C., "The Boman Copperheads,” in The Numismatist for September, 1917. Historical References Cincinnati Enquirer (eds.), "Cincinnati Enquirer Almanac for 1899,” Cincinnati, January 1899. TAMS Journal

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 29 (1916)

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    Highlight: Wis Waldo C. Moore W. H. Wilkinson, T. E. Leon 1903 Main Street, Kansas City, Mo Waldo C. Moore Frederic Stanley Dunn (Roman Imperial Series) F. G. Duflield 1410 Alder Street, Eugene, Ore Waldo C. Moore Mrs. Ora Armentrout, Farran Zerbe 620 Union Street, Hannibal, Mo Waldo C. Moore Rudolph C. Foss, Wm. J. Watson 4498 Lopez Street, Los Angeles, Cal Waldo C. Moore A. H. Strampe, Waldo C. Moore Paullina, Iowa E. Vernon Moore Ralph J. Smith (U. S. ), John M. Oliver 101 Converse St., Longmeadow, Mass Edgar D. Curtis Lewisburg, Ohio, April 20, 1916. Waldo C. Mooke, General Secretary. Statement of Ownership, Management, Circulation, Etc. of The Numismatist, published monthly at Federalsburg, Md., for April 1, 1916, required by the Act of August 24, 1912. Editor — F. G. Duflield, 1811 Mosher St.,

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    The Civil War Token Journal, vol. 46, no. 1-4

    1/3/2012

    Highlight: Waldo 8c Brandon’s Emporium, Jefferson, Wisconsin (WI 3 1 OF) John Ostendorf When writing my book Civil War Store Cards of Cincinnati , there were several merchants that I simply couldn’t find. I knew they weren’t Cincinnati merchants; but I couldn’t attribute them to another location. A particularly frustrating pair of merchants for me has been Waldo & Brandon’s Emporium, which was formerly catalogued as OH 165GF. 1 Certainly an uncommon surname such as Waldo would lead to an easy attribution, right? Wrong! After many years of searching, I finally found Waldo & Brandon. They appear as dry goods merchants at Jefferson, Wisconsin in the Wisconsin and Minnesota State Gazetteer for 1865-66. Now they will be listed appropriately under Jefferson as WI310F. Token Wl 310F-2a, with the 1168

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    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint Upon the Production of Precious Metals

    1/1/1883

    Highlight: the principal ones being in the Waldois county during the past season, and while it is difficult to obtain reliable information of the - amount produced by them, it has been estimated by Mr. John Hodgdoi^f that about $12,000 was taken out by them. This amount was j)rinei- pally produced from the Althouse district. In this district some forty* white men are also reported by him to have taken out about $8,000. The Waldo Hydraulic Mining Company in the Waldo district., is im- ported by Mr. W. J. Wimer to haA’-e produced abou

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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 14, No. 3 Part I

    1/6/1974

    Highlight: Waldo C., "The Kinseys,” in The Numismatist for July, 1917. Moore, Waldo C., "P. Evens, Engraver,” in The Numismatist for June, 1917. Moore, Waldo C., "P. Evens, Tailor,” in The Numis- matist for May, 1917. Moore, Waldo C., "James Foster, Jr., & Co.,” in The Numismatist for November, 1917. Moore, Waldo C., "Davidson-Probasco,” inTheNum- ismatistfor February, 1918. Moore, Waldo C., "The Erwin Counter,” in The Numismatist for January, 1918. Moore, Waldo C., "The Dodd Counter,” in The Numismatist for April, 1917. Moore, Waldo C., "The Boman Copperheads,” in The Numismatist for September, 1917. Historical References Cincinnati Enquirer (eds.), "Cincinnati Enquirer Almanac for 1899,” Cincinnati, January 1899. TAMS Journal

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 29 (1916)

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    Highlight: Wis Waldo C. Moore W. H. Wilkinson, T. E. Leon 1903 Main Street, Kansas City, Mo Waldo C. Moore Frederic Stanley Dunn (Roman Imperial Series) F. G. Duflield 1410 Alder Street, Eugene, Ore Waldo C. Moore Mrs. Ora Armentrout, Farran Zerbe 620 Union Street, Hannibal, Mo Waldo C. Moore Rudolph C. Foss, Wm. J. Watson 4498 Lopez Street, Los Angeles, Cal Waldo C. Moore A. H. Strampe, Waldo C. Moore Paullina, Iowa E. Vernon Moore Ralph J. Smith (U. S. ), John M. Oliver 101 Converse St., Longmeadow, Mass Edgar D. Curtis Lewisburg, Ohio, April 20, 1916. Waldo C. Mooke, General Secretary. Statement of Ownership, Management, Circulation, Etc. of The Numismatist, published monthly at Federalsburg, Md., for April 1, 1916, required by the Act of August 24, 1912. Editor — F. G. Duflield, 1811 Mosher St.,

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 26 (1913)

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    Highlight: .Waldo C. Moore S. S. Heal . . . .Waldo C. Moore Farran Zerbe . . . .Waldo C. Moore H. C. Laible Howard R. Newcomb Dr. Geo. P. French F. E. Merritt Waldo C. Moore . . . E. Vernon Moore C. H. Shinkle . . . .Waldo C. Moore Edgar H. Adams .... Waldo C. Moore Judson Brenner . . . . Edgar H. Adams Judson Brenner Ben G. Green Change of Address. H. H. Haylett, White River, to Chapleau, Ont. F. J. Younker, to The Fair Store, 506 E. Locust St., Des Moines, Iowa. Ferdinand Robin, to 150 N. 16th St., Portland, Ore. Geo. H. Burfeind, to McLachlen Bank Bldg., Washington, D. C. D. L. Angell, New York City, to 1559 LaSalle Ave., Chicago, 111. David Harlowe, from Madison, to 3002 Mt. Vernon Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. Fred Michael, to 937 Madison St., Chicago, 111. Fred T. Huddart, to 4 44 Market St., San

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 27 (1914)

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    Highlight: Ohio Waldo C. Moore Miss Emery May Holden Waldo C. Moore Station H, Cleveland, Ohio. E. Vernon Moore A. W. R. Rittenhouse, (U. S. and Frac. Cy.) Edgar H. Adams Santa Cruz, Cal. George. H. Otte T. Sheppard, P. G. S., (XVII Cent. Tokens, English,) Edgar H. Adams The Municipal Museum, Hull, England Waldo C. Moore E. E. Shepardson, (U. S. Coins and Tokens,) F. H. Shumway 152 Lowell St, Boston, Mass. Waldo C. Moore Fred E. Smith, (Canadians,) Geo. Sleeman 24 Tiffany St, Guelph, Canada. Waldo C. Moore Williams Jerrems, Jr., (Greek bronzes, Roman, Diocletian to Honorius,) Edgar H. Adams 200 South Clark St., Chicago, 111 Waldo C. Moore rhang:e>< of Adclres.s. E. S. Norris, Devonshire St., to 84 Linden Park St, Boston, Mass. Sidney Wilson Raven, Bay St, to Room 19, 193 Sparks St, Ottawa, Canada.

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 29 (1916)

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    Highlight: Wis Waldo C. Moore W. H. Wilkinson, T. E. Leon 1903 Main Street, Kansas City, Mo Waldo C. Moore Frederic Stanley Dunn (Roman Imperial Series) F. G. Duflield 1410 Alder Street, Eugene, Ore Waldo C. Moore Mrs. Ora Armentrout, Farran Zerbe 620 Union Street, Hannibal, Mo Waldo C. Moore Rudolph C. Foss, Wm. J. Watson 4498 Lopez Street, Los Angeles, Cal Waldo C. Moore A. H. Strampe, Waldo C. Moore Paullina, Iowa E. Vernon Moore Ralph J. Smith (U. S. ), John M. Oliver 101 Converse St., Longmeadow, Mass Edgar D. Curtis Lewisburg, Ohio, April 20, 1916. Waldo C. Mooke, General Secretary. Statement of Ownership, Management, Circulation, Etc. of The Numismatist, published monthly at Federalsburg, Md., for April 1, 1916, required by the Act of August 24, 1912. Editor — F. G. Duflield, 1811 Mosher St.,

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    The Milton A. Holmes Collection

    Highlight: IN Waldo Newcomer Collection. Extra Fine, loop removed. (75.00) J 39 Charles 111. 4 Scudos, 1775. Bust r. Rv. Arms within Golden Fleece. Fdbg. 38/31. Ex Waldo0.00) 340 Scudo, 1771. Bust r. Rv. Arms. Fdbg. 38/29. Rare. Very Fine. (50.00) 341 Charles IV. 8 Scudos, 1797. Armored Bust r. Rv. Arms within Golden Fleece. Fdbg. 39/40. Extra Fine, Brilliant. (125.00) 342 2 Scudos, 1807. Type as above. Fdbg. 39/42. Very Fine. (30.00) 343 Scudo, 1793. Type as above. Fdbg. 39/43. Ex Waldo Newcomer Collection. Fine/V. G. Scudo, 1796. E. F./V. F. 2 Pieces. (35.00) 344 Scudo, 1806 and 1808. Both from the Waldo Newcomer Collection. Extra Fine. 2 Pieces. (45.00) 345 Ferdmand VII. 8 Scudos, 1812. F'irst type, large armored bust. Fdbg. 39/44. Extra Fine, brilliant. (145.00

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    COLORADO SPRINGS FIRES AFFECT LOCAL AND VISITING NUMISMATISTS

    06/28/2012

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    A raging Colorado wildfire that forced tens of thousands to flee destroyed an estimated 346 homes this week, making it the most destructive fire in the state's history, officials said Thursday.

    From above, the destruction becomes painfully clear: Rows and rows of houses were reduced to smoldering ashes even as some homes just feet away survived largely intact.

    On one street, all but three houses had burned to their foundations, said Ryan Schneider, whose home is

    The Numismatist, Vol. 25 (1912)

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    Highlight: Ont Waldo C. Moore Charles H. Deetz, Wm. A. Ashbrook 206 A St., Washington, D. C Waldo C. Moore George Pflumer, G. L. Tilden Hameln, a. d. Weser, Germany Waldo C. Moore Wm. O. Comstock, H. E. Morey 54 Dudley St., Brookline, Mass Howland Wood Palmer C. Hartell, Edgar H. Adams Whitestone Landing, N. Y Waldo C. Moore Alfred C. Stielow, * W. G. Curry 359 15th Ave., Milwaukee, Wis Russell Williams Morris Katzin, Walter W. Garrabrant 79 Baldwin St., Newark, N. J Edgar H. Adams Chas. C. Cheek, Edgar H. Adams Sanford, North Carolina Waldo C. Moore Bernard Nangle, Edgar H. Adams 164 Avenue B, Bayonne, N. J Waldo C. Moore E. B. Parke, Edgar H. Adams 185 Park Ave., Paterson, N. J Waldo C. Moore 0. A. Rouleau, Fred T. Huddart 250 Montgomery St., San Francisco, Cal D. G. Bennett Changes of Address. H.

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 25 (1912)

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    Highlight: Ont Waldo C. Moore Charles H. Deetz, Wm. A. Ashbrook 206 A St., Washington, D. C Waldo C. Moore George Pflumer, G. L. Tilden Hameln, a. d. Weser, Germany Waldo C. Moore Wm. O. Comstock, H. E. Morey 54 Dudley St., Brookline, Mass Howland Wood Palmer C. Hartell, Edgar H. Adams Whitestone Landing, N. Y Waldo C. Moore Alfred C. Stielow, * W. G. Curry 359 15th Ave., Milwaukee, Wis Russell Williams Morris Katzin, Walter W. Garrabrant 79 Baldwin St., Newark, N. J Edgar H. Adams Chas. C. Cheek, Edgar H. Adams Sanford, North Carolina Waldo C. Moore Bernard Nangle, Edgar H. Adams 164 Avenue B, Bayonne, N. J Waldo C. Moore E. B. Parke, Edgar H. Adams 185 Park Ave., Paterson, N. J Waldo C. Moore 0. A. Rouleau, Fred T. Huddart 250 Montgomery St., San Francisco, Cal D. G. Bennett Changes of Address. H.

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 25 (1912)

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    Highlight: Ont Waldo C. Moore Charles H. Deetz, Wm. A. Ashbrook 206 A St., Washington, D. C Waldo C. Moore George Pflumer, G. L. Tilden Hameln, a. d. Weser, Germany Waldo C. Moore Wm. O. Comstock, H. E. Morey 54 Dudley St., Brookline, Mass Howland Wood Palmer C. Hartell, Edgar H. Adams Whitestone Landing, N. Y Waldo C. Moore Alfred C. Stielow, * W. G. Curry 359 15th Ave., Milwaukee, Wis Russell Williams Morris Katzin, Walter W. Garrabrant 79 Baldwin St., Newark, N. J Edgar H. Adams Chas. C. Cheek, Edgar H. Adams Sanford, North Carolina Waldo C. Moore Bernard Nangle, Edgar H. Adams 164 Avenue B, Bayonne, N. J Waldo C. Moore E. B. Parke, Edgar H. Adams 185 Park Ave., Paterson, N. J Waldo C. Moore 0. A. Rouleau, Fred T. Huddart 250 Montgomery St., San Francisco, Cal D. G. Bennett Changes of Address. H.

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 25 (1912)

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    Highlight: Ont Waldo C. Moore Charles H. Deetz, Wm. A. Ashbrook 206 A St., Washington, D. C Waldo C. Moore George Pflumer, G. L. Tilden Hameln, a. d. Weser, Germany Waldo C. Moore Wm. O. Comstock, H. E. Morey 54 Dudley St., Brookline, Mass Howland Wood Palmer C. Hartell, Edgar H. Adams Whitestone Landing, N. Y Waldo C. Moore Alfred C. Stielow, * W. G. Curry 359 15th Ave., Milwaukee, Wis Russell Williams Morris Katzin, Walter W. Garrabrant 79 Baldwin St., Newark, N. J Edgar H. Adams Chas. C. Cheek, Edgar H. Adams Sanford, North Carolina Waldo C. Moore Bernard Nangle, Edgar H. Adams 164 Avenue B, Bayonne, N. J Waldo C. Moore E. B. Parke, Edgar H. Adams 185 Park Ave., Paterson, N. J Waldo C. Moore 0. A. Rouleau, Fred T. Huddart 250 Montgomery St., San Francisco, Cal D. G. Bennett Changes of Address. H.

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 26 (1913)

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    Highlight: Adams Waldo C. Moore Earl Gleason Morris Roach Everett Van Voorhis Edgar H. Adams Louis W. Knight, M. D. F. G. Duffield John M. Oliver Wm. C. Stone John M. Oliver Wm. C. Stone Edgar H. Adams Waldo C. Moore Edgar H. Adams Waldo C. Moore R. Hosbury Waldo C. Moore Ben G. Green P. M. Wolsieffer H. B. Harmer . ..S. Hudson Chapman H. B. Harmer ...S. Hudson Chapman R. Hosbury Waldo C. Moore T. E. Leon Ben G. Green John M. Oliver Wm. C. Stone John M. Oliver Wm. C. Stone W. G. Curry Lloyd E. Battles Dr. Geo. P. French Waldo C. Moore Change of Address. F. O. Leiser, from South Milwaukee, Wis., to care Y. M. C. A., Canton, China. G. L. Tilden, from 377 to 405 Main St., Room 201, Worcester, Mass. C. S. Martindale, from Worcester to 68 Elm St., Southbridge, Mass. IMPORTANT NOTICE. All dues in the A. N.

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 26 (1913)

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    Highlight: Ohio Waldo C. Moore Chas. J. R. Carson, Robert Hosbury 742 W. Pico St., Los Angeles, Calif Waldo C. Moore P. M. Hellfrisch, Robert Hosbury Perrysburg, Ohio Waldo C. Moore William L. Knox, Judson Brenner 163 Falls Ave., Youngstown, O Ben. G. Green Ernest Haarer, Robert Hosbury Ann Arbor, Mich Waldo C. Moore O. P. Applegate, Robert Hosbury 1323 Majestic Bldg., Detroit, Mich Waldo Wolsieffer Victor H. Lundberg, Frank Swanstrom Oglesby, 111 Judson Brenner George B. Ward Ben. G. Green 1 725 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111 F. J. Loer Peter C. Hines, Edgar H. Adams P. O. Box 65, Newark, N. J Waldo C. Moore Change of Address. David S. English, from 6th to 1208 Arch St., Room 3, Philadelphia, Pa. B. H. Collins, from 17th to 170

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 25 (1912)

    /1912

    Highlight: Waldo C. Moore Edgar H. Adams . . . . Waldo C. Moore Lloyd E. Battles W. G. Curry Waldo C. Moore . . *Omar J. Malcolm Claude R. Collier . . . . Waldo C. Moore Edgar H. Adams W. H. Woodin Edgar H. Adams . . Bauman L. Belden B. H. Saxton .... Waldo C. Moore Joseph E. Walton John J. Hetherington Edgar H. Adams .... Waldo C. Moore * Local, business or professional endorsement. Changes of Address. Geo. L. Snow, from 17 Noble St. to 1 3 Ashley St., Westfield, Mass. Luman S. Drowne. from 259 to 2 29 Elm St., Northampton, Mass. VV. M. Sellers, from P. O. Box 523 to 2525 Chestnut Ave., Altoona, Pa. Fr. Cyi iien. from 267 to 306 Desery St., Montreal, Canada. A. B. Jacobs, from 1601 Polk St. to 604 Mission St., San Francisco, Cal. Philip C. Decker, to 6 10 Upper First St., Evansville, lnd. Miss Agnes

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    The Civil War Token Journal, vol. 46, no. 1-4

    1/3/2012

    Highlight: of Waldo & Brandon selling out their inventory. The 1865 announcement appears to indicate the termination of the partnership. Almost surely this partnership consisted of Alonzo H. Waldo and Othello Sanford Brandon. Alonzo H. was born at East Randolph, Vermont on October 1, 1 8 16 to Abner and Sally (Goss) Waldoed 80 acres of land there." Alonzo H. was elected to various positions in local government in the late 1840s and 1850s, including assessor, commissioner of schools, commissioner of highways, and supervisor of Jefferson Township.*' Alonzo H. Waldo

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    The Civil War Token Journal, vol. 46, no. 1-4

    1/3/2012

    Highlight: Alonzo Waldo is also listed in the 1850 census for Calaveras District, California, taken in October 1850, where he is described as age 33, born in Vermont, occupation miner. s The 1 850 Ohio census was supposed to record all those living there as of June 1, so Alonzo could have left for California shortly after that date. A. H. Waldo is shown with his family in the 1860 census at Jefferson, where he again is described as a farmer. However, the Waldo genealogy states that “He was a merchant at one time in Jefferson, Wis.” When the Bank of Jefferson was reorganized in May 1865, A. H. Waldoesident and a member of the Board of Directors. 1 It is probable that he ended his participation in Waldohat time to enter the banking business. Alonzo Waldo died in

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 25 (1912)

    /1912

    Highlight: Waldo C. Moore Edgar H. Adams . . . . Waldo C. Moore Lloyd E. Battles W. G. Curry Waldo C. Moore . . *Omar J. Malcolm Claude R. Collier . . . . Waldo C. Moore Edgar H. Adams W. H. Woodin Edgar H. Adams . . Bauman L. Belden B. H. Saxton .... Waldo C. Moore Joseph E. Walton John J. Hetherington Edgar H. Adams .... Waldo C. Moore * Local, business or professional endorsement. Changes of Address. Geo. L. Snow, from 17 Noble St. to 1 3 Ashley St., Westfield, Mass. Luman S. Drowne. from 259 to 2 29 Elm St., Northampton, Mass. VV. M. Sellers, from P. O. Box 523 to 2525 Chestnut Ave., Altoona, Pa. Fr. Cyi iien. from 267 to 306 Desery St., Montreal, Canada. A. B. Jacobs, from 1601 Polk St. to 604 Mission St., San Francisco, Cal. Philip C. Decker, to 6 10 Upper First St., Evansville, lnd. Miss Agnes

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 25 (1912)

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    Highlight: Waldo C. Moore Edgar H. Adams . . . . Waldo C. Moore Lloyd E. Battles W. G. Curry Waldo C. Moore . . *Omar J. Malcolm Claude R. Collier . . . . Waldo C. Moore Edgar H. Adams W. H. Woodin Edgar H. Adams . . Bauman L. Belden B. H. Saxton .... Waldo C. Moore Joseph E. Walton John J. Hetherington Edgar H. Adams .... Waldo C. Moore * Local, business or professional endorsement. Changes of Address. Geo. L. Snow, from 17 Noble St. to 1 3 Ashley St., Westfield, Mass. Luman S. Drowne. from 259 to 2 29 Elm St., Northampton, Mass. VV. M. Sellers, from P. O. Box 523 to 2525 Chestnut Ave., Altoona, Pa. Fr. Cyi iien. from 267 to 306 Desery St., Montreal, Canada. A. B. Jacobs, from 1601 Polk St. to 604 Mission St., San Francisco, Cal. Philip C. Decker, to 6 10 Upper First St., Evansville, lnd. Miss Agnes

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 25 (1912)

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    Highlight: Waldo C. Moore Edgar H. Adams . . . . Waldo C. Moore Lloyd E. Battles W. G. Curry Waldo C. Moore . . *Omar J. Malcolm Claude R. Collier . . . . Waldo C. Moore Edgar H. Adams W. H. Woodin Edgar H. Adams . . Bauman L. Belden B. H. Saxton .... Waldo C. Moore Joseph E. Walton John J. Hetherington Edgar H. Adams .... Waldo C. Moore * Local, business or professional endorsement. Changes of Address. Geo. L. Snow, from 17 Noble St. to 1 3 Ashley St., Westfield, Mass. Luman S. Drowne. from 259 to 2 29 Elm St., Northampton, Mass. VV. M. Sellers, from P. O. Box 523 to 2525 Chestnut Ave., Altoona, Pa. Fr. Cyi iien. from 267 to 306 Desery St., Montreal, Canada. A. B. Jacobs, from 1601 Polk St. to 604 Mission St., San Francisco, Cal. Philip C. Decker, to 6 10 Upper First St., Evansville, lnd. Miss Agnes

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 26 (1913)

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    Highlight: 111 Waldo C. Moore Godfrey Schirmer, Geo. H. King 1350 Franklin St., Denver, Colo Waldo C. Moore John J. Hetzel, Farran Zerbe P. O. Box 345, San Diego, Cal Waldo C. Moore William Murray, Judson Brenner 312 Scott St., Youngstown, O Ben G. Green Frank Swanstrom, Judson Brenner De Kalb, 111 Ben G. Green Edwin A. Hall, Howard R. Newcomb 228 Griswold St., Detroit, Mich Waldo C. Moore George A. Lewis, R. Hosbury 37 Adelaide St., Detroit, Mich Waldo C. Moore Foster Lardner, Edgar H. Adams 260 Westminster St., Providence, R. 1 Wayte Raymond Change of Address. Adolphe Renaud, to 53 Irene St., Montreal, Can. Bernard Morgenthau, from Pittsburgh, to 516 Rebecca Ave., Wilkinsburg, Pa. Fred’k T. Norris, Bay City, to 456 Woodward Ave., Detroit, Mich. John A. Lewis, to 531 N. Troy St., Chicago, 111.

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 26 (1913)

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    Highlight: Mich Waldo C. Moore Jack Wolfson, H. R. Newcomb 418 Hastings St., Detroit, Mich Waldo C. Moore R. L. Davis, Waldo C. Moore 48 Ash St., Detroit, Mich Ben G. Green T. H. Kingston, Waldo C. Moore 157% Gilbert Ave., Detroit, Mich H. R. Newcomb L. N. Valpey, Edgar H. Adams 26 Edison Ave., Detroit, Mich Waldon Ave., Detroit, Mich Edgar H. Adams Meyer Mansbach, Henry Chapman 16 Leicester Court, Detroit, Mich F. E. Merritt Willis Earle Chapman, Judson Brenner Cheboygan, Mich Edgar H. Adams M. J. Christianson, H. R. Newcomb 198 16th St., Detroit, Mich Waldo C. Moore Charles F. Dahle, F. G. Duffleld 420 N. Front St., Baltimore, Md H. R. Newcomb O. L. Oatman, R. Hosbury 454 W. Utica St., Buffalo, N. Y E. Vernon Moore Abiam L. Leake, R. Hosbury Holley

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 27 (1914)

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    Highlight: (Mexican and South America) Waldo C. Moore Springfield, Ohio. Max Kleeman L. Chr. Lauer, Edgar H. Adams Nuremberg, Germany Waldo C. Moore Charles Markus, (Fractional Currency) E. M. White 1517 South St, Davenport, Iowa Waldo C. Moore William Moss, Joseph S. Moss 158 E. 127th St., New York City, N. Y. Waldo. Y. H. H. Yawger Leoncio Galan, (All Kinds) Edgar H. Adams 13 Avellaneda St, Camaguey, Cuba, Albert Oritz Changes of Addj’ess. Willard S. Puller, to 158 Franklin St, Westfield. Mass. Geo. A. Bouteiller, to 185 Ouellette Ave., Windsor, Canada. WALDO C. MOORE, Lewlsburg, Ohio, Jan. 17

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 27 (1914)

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    Highlight: Stevens Waldo C. Moore c/o Century Svgs. Bank, Des Moines, low’a E. Vernon Moore W B. Rosenheim, (American) Joe Wasserman 1520 Court Ave., Memphis, Tenn. Waldo C. Moore C. W. Utter, (U. S.) Waldo C. Moore Laurel, Neb. E. Vernon Moore Mrs. Cecile Levenberg (Antiques and Coins,) H. E. Buck 1112 Decatur St., New Orleans, La. Waldo Jonas, to 4083 N. Moody Ave., Dunning Sta., Chicago, 111. Geo. W, Parent, to 51 Uoslyn Ave., Westmount, Montreal, Canada. S. Krausz, to 6117 South Park Ave., Chicago, III. Joseph A. Kelly, from Louisville, Neb., to Torrington, Wvo. WALDO C. MOORE. Lewisburg, Ohio, April

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 33 (1920)

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    Highlight: Yawger Waldo C. Moore . . . H. H. Yawger Waldo C. Moore .Judson Brenner J. M. Henderson , Waldo C. Moore J. M. Henderson .Waldo C. Moore F. H. Shumway .Waldo C. Moore D. L. Angell .Moritz Wormser Henry Chapman . . S. H. Chapman Al. M. Rackus M. P. Carey Elmer Lawless . . .Al. M. Rackus H. H. Yawger . . . Elmer Lawless J. G. Guttag . . . H. H. Yawger F. G. Duffleld . . . H. H. Yawger J. G. Guttag . . . H. H. Yawger Waldo C. Moore E. Vernon Moore John H. Snow , . . . Geo. H. King John H. Snow . . . . C. W. Cowell H. H. Yawger . . .F. G. Duffleld H. H. Yawger, General Secretary. Rochester, N. Y., September 20, 1920. Digitized by Go gle Originai from PRINCETON UNIVERSITY

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    The Milton A. Holmes Collection

    Highlight: Ex Waldo Newcomer Collection. Very Fine. 2 Escudos, 1862, Zs-V.L. Zacatecas. Fdbg. 40/92. Rare. Ex Waldo Collec- tion. Extra Fine, brilliant. Escudo, 1825, Mo-J.M. Mexico. Type as above. Fdbg. 40/93. Very Fine. Escudo, 1825, Mo-J.M. Similar. Ex Waldoon. Uncircu- lated. Escudo, 1825, Mo-J.M. Similar. Very Fine. Escudo, 1836, Do-R.M. Durango. Fdbg. 40/95. Ex W aldo Newcomer Collec- tion. Uncirculated. Escudo, 1843, Mo.-M.M. Mexico. Very Fine, choice. Escudo, 1845, G.C.-M.P. Guadalupe y Calvo. Fdbg 40/98. Very Rare. Ex Waldoon. Extra Fine. Escudo, 1851, G.C.-M.P. Guadalupe y Calvo. Fdbg. 40/98. Very Fine. Escudo, 1852, Ga-J.G. Guadalajara. Fdbg. 40/97. Ex Waldo Newcomer Collection. Very Fine. Escudo, 1863, C-C.E. Culiacan. Rare. Extra Fine. Half Escudo,

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    WALDO NEWCOMER INFORMATION SOUGHT

    WALDO NEWCOMER INFORMATION SOUGHT

    04/22/2007

    Highlight: WALDO NEWCOMER INFORMATION SOUGHT http://www.coinbooks.org/esylum_v10n16a15.html

    The E-Sylum: Volume 10, Number 16, April 22, 2007, Article 15

    WALDO NEWCOMER INFORMATION SOUGHT

    Ron Guth writes: "I drooled when reading George Fuld's description of
    Waldo Newcomer's coin cabinet. I've been a big fan of all things Waldouite some time. In my humble opinion, he is one of the great,
    unsung heroes of American numismatics.

    "The article prompted a couple of questions for Dr. Fuld concerning
    Newcomer:

    1. Is there confirmation that Waldoilable?
    4. Is it possible to obtain an image of the coin cabinet?
    5. I'll join Milton Lynn's chorus: Is Waldo's coin cabinet

    The E-Sylum: Volume 10, Number 16, April 22, 2007, Article 15

    WALDO NEWCOMER INFORMATION S

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    NOTES ON THE OCTOBER 2007 NUMISMATIST MAGAZINE

    NOTES ON THE OCTOBER 2007 NUMISMATIST MAGAZINE

    10/14/2007

    Highlight: ANA members should be sure to check out (among other
    things) George Fuld's article on 'Waldo Newcomer: Collector
    Extraordinaire', Rich Bottles' neat piece on coins encased
    in celluloid buttons, and David Lange's opinion column on
    the state of the U.S. Mint's commemorative coin program.

    Editor Barbara Gregory's 'Editor's Desk' column is illustrated
    this month with a great caricature sketch of her. I emailed
    her asking, "So who?s the artist who drew the picture for your
    column? Well done. I also loved the juxtaposition of the
    Frankenstein photos (p35)." She writes: "The artist was Bill
    Bogos (www.BillBogos.com); it is definitely the best caricature
    I?ve had. Regarding the ?quarter shrinker,? we just happened
    to find the Frankenstein poster,

    The E-Sylum: Volume 10, Number 41, October 14, 2007, Article 5

    NOTES ON THE OCTOBER 2007 N

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