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The E-Sylum:  Volume 9, Number 28, July 9, 2006, Article 22

DENVER ANA CONVENTION EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED

Gail Baker of the American Numismatic Association has published
a tentative schedule of educational programs planned for the
ANA's World's Fair of Money® Aug. 16-19 at the Colorado Convention
Center in Denver. Here's a subset to whet your appetites.  See
the convention schedule-at-a-glance for more information:
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Wednesday, Aug. 16
1 p.m. The ANA Library as Your Resource (David Sklow)
3:00 p.m. The 124 Patriots of Ireland Medal (Tom Sebring)
4:00 p.m. Coins of Crisis during the Reign of George III (1760-1820)
  (Arthur Fitts)

Thursday, August 17
10 a.m. The Pythagorean Coins of Magna Graecia (John Francisco)
3 p.m. Pioneer Gold Coins of Denver, Clark, Gruber & Co. Bank & Mint
  (Jim Atkinson)

Friday, August 18
10 a.m. Central American Cobs: A Reappraisal (Carlos Jara)
2 p.m. Augustus Saint-Gaudens & the World¹s Columbian Exposition Medal
   (Michael Moran)
3 p.m. Strange & Unusual Engravings on Colonial Paper Money
   (Gerald Kochel)
4 p.m. My 34 Years at the Denver Mint (Michael Lantz)

Saturday, August 19
10 a.m. The Effects of the Fourth Crusade on European Gold Coinage
   (Robert Leonard)
10 a.m. Harry W. Bass Jr. Numismatic Collection (Jordan Bell)
1 p.m. From Mint to Museum: Transforming the San Francisco Old Mint
   (Charles A. Fracchia)
2:30 p.m. Double Eagle: The Epic Story of the World’s Most Valuable
   Coin (talk and book signing by Alison Frankel)

On Thursday, August 17, beginning at 10 a.m., ANA presents the
annual Maynard Sundman/Littleton Coin Company Lecture Series.
At 1 p.m., Keynote speaker Robert Hoge will present Coins That
Made History: Power, Abundance & Longevity. Other speakers include:

10 a.m. Visual Rhetoric in the U.S. Bicentennial Quarter
   (James Benjamin)
11 a.m. American Advocates: Changing the Course of National
    Coin Design (Roger Burdette)
12 p.m. Silent Participants in D-Day (Carlton F. Schwan)
2 p.m. Dexter¹s 1804 Rara Avis (Mark Ferguson)
3 p.m. The Coinage of Alexander the Great & Alexander’s Image
    on Currency (Joaquin Montero)

  Wayne Homren, Editor

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