Trillion$: New Exhibition Commemorates Federal Reserve’s Centennial

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A new USC Libraries exhibition commemorates the centennial of the United States Federal Reserve. Trillion$: The Awesome Power of the Federal Reserve opens Friday, September 27 in Doheny Library's first floor Treasure Room. Presented by the USC Libraries and the Federal Reserve, the exhibition explores the one-hundred year history of an institution that continues to inspire spirited debate through rare books, photographs, currency, and other artifacts. 

The USC Libraries host an opening reception for Trillion$ from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in Doheny Library. Featured speakers include USC Libraries Dean Catherine Quinlan; Roger W. Replogle, Fed Senior Vice President and Los Angeles Branch Manager; Deborah Awai, Fed Group Vice President and Los Angeles Branch Assistant Manager; and Fed Historian Gary Richardson. Light refreshments will be served. RSVP online or by calling (213) 740-1744.


A 1915 ten-dollar Federal Reserve note

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