Ginger Rapsus writes:
I was very interested in the comments on the wonderful world of AOL. I am no computer expert, but I want to switch providers too.
Dick Johnson forwarded the following note from his son. An upcoming PBS documentary includes some footage relating to Coin World.
Check your local PBS listings starting December 14 for the series
Independent Lens. It will show the documentary about Sidney, Ohio, 45365.
Joe Boling writes:
Noting the article about the new Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank museum in Denver, I realized that nothing has been said in The E-Sylum about the extension of the New York Fed's counterfeit paper money exhibit. It will now be open through the end of January, so anyone going to the NYINC has a chance to take in the exhibit. I will be taking advantage of the opportunity. Go to
www.newyorkfed.org for information about visiting the bank.
Do we know who wrote Al Hoch's obituary? It certainly sounds like somebody close to numismatics.
I don't, but perhaps one of our readers does. Joe also noted an omission in the last's issue. He writes:
You didn't say who sent in the suggestion for Dave Bowers' wire recording transcribing (somebody named Tim, apparently).
It was Tim Shuck. Sorry!
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