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Selection of Confederate Nationals
Confederate States One Hundred-Dollar Note
Printed date "Feb. 17th, 1864."
At the center of this note is a likeness of Lucy Holcombe Pickens (1832-1899), the wife of South Carolina Governor F. W. Pickens. Mrs. Pickens was renowned in social circles for her beauty and was generally regarded as an ideal model to represent the quintessential Southern Belle on Confederate currency. Depicted at the lower right of this note is George Randolph, a grandson of President Thomas Jefferson and one of five men who served as secretary of war for the Confederate government.

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