What do a counterfeit $10 note, a model of the Brooklyn Bridge, a two-by-four and a milk bottle have in common? According to this exhibit, they all played a role in the past hundred years of Federal Reserve history. One hundred items are being showcased to educate visitors on the inner workings of the central banking institution. To further demystify the system, the exhibition also includes re-creations of the offices of the chairman of the Board of Governors; a Reserve Bank president; and the chairman of the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee.
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