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Topic: dollars

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Twenty dollars

Twenty dollars

Verso of a twenty dollar bill with a picture of a leaf.

Twenty five dollars

Twenty five dollars

Print shows a bank note for $25 with a bust portrait of George Washington, right profile, in a medallion surrounded by text which states: "The President, Directois and Company of Washington Bank in Westerly [Rh... more

The grand national fight 2 against 1 fought on the 6th of Nov. 1856 for one hundred thousand dollars

The grand national fight 2 against 1 fought on the 6th of Nov. 1856 fo...

The familiar metaphor of the presidential contest as a boxing match is invoked once again. (For an earlier example see "Set to Between the Champion Old Tip and the Swell Dutchman of Kinderhook," no. 1836-12.) T... more

The President, Directors & Co. of the Powow River Bank will pay five hundred dollars to bearer on demand. Salisbury, Mass.

The President, Directors & Co. of the Powow River Bank will pay five h...

Print shows a railroad locomotive with fuel, freight, and passenger cars at top left, with buildings in the background. Circular design with large "D" and "Five Hundred Dollars" appears on lower left corner and... more

Grand Opera, the largest theatre in the world, cost six million dollars, Paris, France / photographed and published by B.W. Kilburn.

Grand Opera, the largest theatre in the world, cost six million dollar...

Pedestrians, carriages, and double decker bus in street in front of opera house.

Maw, Paw, and Willie. "Willie, if I had four dollars ..."

Maw, Paw, and Willie. "Willie, if I had four dollars ..."

Four-frame comic strip. Paw gives Willie an arithmetic lesson by asking him how much money he would have if he had four dollars and Willie gave him another four. But it is Willie who teaches Paw, because his ... more

Our boys want smokes. For 25 cents we send a dollars worth. Contributions received here for Canada's Tobacco Fund, organized by the Over-Seas Club

Our boys want smokes. For 25 cents we send a dollars worth. Contributi...

Poster showing popular Bert Thomas cartoon of a soldier lighting his pipe, rifle at hand, and asking the Kaiser to wait a moment.

"The first three!" Give till it hurts - they gave till they died War fund week--One hundred million dollars / / Kidder.

"The first three!" Give till it hurts - they gave till they died War f...

Poster showing three portraits of soldiers, captioned Hay, Enright, and Gresham, against an American flag.

If you only knew! - how much joy your dollars bring "Over there" you'd give and give and give!!!! United War-Work Campaign, Nov. 11th to 18th.

If you only knew! - how much joy your dollars bring "Over there" you'd...

Poster showing a soldier standing in snow, holding a mug from which steam is rising and eating a piece of pie, he has a big smile on his face. Also shown are emblems from the following organizations: War Camp C... more

Hold up your end! War fund week - one hundred million dollars / W. B. King.

Hold up your end! War fund week - one hundred million dollars / W. B. ...

Poster showing a Red Cross nurse holding up one end of a stretcher, with the other end extended toward the viewer.

"Shall we be more tender with our dollars than with the lives of our sons?" W.G. McAdoo, Secretary of the Treasury Buy a United States government bond of the 2nd Liberty Loan of 1917 / / Edwards & Deutsch Litho. Co. Chicago.

"Shall we be more tender with our dollars than with the lives of our s...

Poster showing a soldier with a flag and a sailor with a sign, "We depend on you."

Keep this hand of mercy at its work one hundred million dollars : War fund week / / P.G. Morgan.

Keep this hand of mercy at its work one hundred million dollars : War ...

American Red Cross campaign poster promoting the war fund showing large arm coming down from the sky.

Asks 110,000 dollars for the death of her husband

Asks 110,000 dollars for the death of her husband

Photograph shows Katherine Imbrie, wife of slain American Vice Consul, Major Robert W. Imbrie, half-length portrait, standing, facing front, outside the U.S. Capitol after appearing before the House of Represen... more

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