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Our History

Our History
 An image of a white paper bank note reads: Promise to pay to or bearer on demand, Twenty Dollars, Philadelphia, the day of 179_. For the President, Director, and Company of the Bank of North America.

Our History
 An aged, yellowed image shows a paper that says: Agents or Messengers please fill up this Label as Indicated. Wells Fargo & Co. Express Delivery Receipt Book from August 17, 1901 to Oct. 31, 1902, delivered by Julia L. Jones Agent.

Our History
 Nine stuffed animals, including a pony, bear, and dogs, are propped up in front of a light brown background. Behind them are yellow papers, one that doesn't show much, and one that says: Have we got a bag for you.

Our History
 Two side-by-side images show a room with display cases holding clothing items and baskets. On the walls are other display cases with a number of artifacts.

Our History
 An older, black and white image shows the portrait of a man, Thaddeus Lowe, who is looking to his right, off the side of the camera. He has a mustache and wears a suit.

Our History
 Two images are shown side by side. The one on the left is black and white featuring a stagecoach with a man and a woman standing beside it. The image on the right is in color and shows the red stagecoach on display. A woman is standing nearby.

Our History
 A black and white image shows a woman in front of a desktop computer screen and keyboard. She is holding a small black object in her right hand to the front of the screen. A man is seen behind a computer in the background.

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 A black and white photo of Mary Roebling shows her at a desk, looking down, and signing a paper. Several papers are in a pile to the left of the one she's signing. A phone is to the right of her on the desk, and flowers are behind her.

Our History
 A television has a static background with a block of text that says: Helping make TV history. Behind the television are yellow, light blue, green, purple, red, and dark blue vertical bars.

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