The Eisenhower dollar was the culmination of a long-running battle over the use of silver in coins.
Donald Kendall, who played a big role in bringing Richard Nixon to Wall Street, died over the weekend at the age of 99.
It’s hard to believe that only one Supreme Court justice (who wasn’t previously President) has ever been on a government-issued coin.
Anna Chennault passed away at the age of 94. The power broker played a controversial role in Richard Nixon’s 1968 Presidential campaign.
The extended version of my AMA article is up at The Columbia Journalist. However, it’s not exactly what I had written. As such, here’s …
Henry Clay may have failed to win the Presidency on five different occasions, but that doesn’t mean he wasn’t on a lot of tokens.