Following JFK’s assassination, U.S. Mint and Treasury officials, as well as the Senate, House and President, worked swiftly to memorialize him on a coin.
Lyndon B. Johnson
Read an excerpt from “Nixon In New York” about Richard Nixon being in Dallas on the same day that JFK was assassinated.
The Eisenhower dollar was the culmination of a long-running battle over the use of silver in coins.
CBS Sunday Morning ran a story this weekend about Richard Nixon’s 1968 comeback. I thought it was a good piece that summarized what was …
Also from ABA Journal: an image gallery (complete with factoids) about several major themes in Nixon in New York.
Arkansas Centennial Half Dollar (Joe Robinson Version): A Forgettable Coin for a Forgotten Senate Giant
When we think powerful Senate Majority Leaders, it’s usually Lyndon Johnson, Robert Taft, Mitch McConnell or Harry Reid. Why not Joe Robinson?