Federal Reserve Bank Of Boston Massachusetts Series 1934 Treaty of Versailles era U.S. Treasury Secretary Morganthau Bonds box ( obverse ).
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Massachusetts Treaty of Versailles era U.S. Treasury Secretary Morganthau Federal Reserve Note Series 1934 coupon bonds reading a one billion denomination ( on each sheet ) totalling two-hundred fifty sheets thereof sealed within this one ( 1 ) bronze presentation motherbox inscribed with the reading two-hundred fifty billion ( U.S.D. ).
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Massachusetts Federal Reserve Note coupon bond motherbox spine inscription reads contents of two-hundred fifty individual pieces at one billion U.S.D. each totalling two-hundred fifty billion U.S.D. for SERIES OF 1934 within the MOTHER BOX CONTROL NO.: A-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-A.
Arthur Webster Newell of Lexington and his two daughters, Madeleine and Marjorie, were returning home on the Titanic after a trip to the Middle East. His daughters survived but not he. Mr. Newell's wife, Mary, never remarried and forbade the mention of Titanic in her House. Mr. Newell had been the chairman of the Fourth National Bank of Boston.