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As Uncle Sam prepares to move his gold from the mint to his new safe in Fort Knox, Ky. Philadelphia, Jan 11/37. Edwin H. Dressel, Superintendent of the Philadelphia Mint, and Mrs. Nellie Taylor Ross, Director of the Bureau of Mints confer preparatory to supervising the tranferring the gold in the Philadelphia Mint to Fort Knox, Ky., where all the gold reserve of the United States will be accumulated

As Uncle Sam prepares to move his gold from the mint to his new safe in Fort Knox, Ky. Philadelphia, Jan 11/37. Edwin H. Dressel, Superintendent of the Philadelphia Mint, and Mrs. Nellie Taylor Ross, Director of the Bureau of Mints confer preparatory to supervising the tranferring the gold in the Philadelphia Mint to Fort Knox, Ky., where all the gold reserve of the United States will be accumulated

 
 

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