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Hahlo-15-43-44-50
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Hahlo-15-43-44-50

American Numismatic Society, 1940.100.30.

15. The John Fritz Medal, instituted in his honor and awarded annually for science and industrial achievement.

43. Reduction of the John Fritz Medal.

44. Reverse of the John Fritz Medal.

50. John Fritz Medal for scientific and industrial achievement.

John Fritz (1822-1913) was celebrated for his innovations in the Iron and Steel industry and was president of numerous engineering societies. The United Engineering Societies began awarding this medal, named in his honor, in 1902. He was the first recipient. At least one reduction is known as a lapel pin.

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Hahlo-14-122-123
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Hahlo-14-122-123

American Numismatic Society, 1981.7.4.

14. Model for the Prof. Welch portrait.

122 . Professor William H. Welch, presented to him in gold by…

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Hahlo-10-12
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Hahlo-10-12

American Numismatic Society, 1987.14743 and 1987.147.44.

10. In commemoration of the fiftieth Anniversary of the University of Wisconsin plaquette.

12. Reverse of…

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Hahlo-9
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Hahlo-9

American Numismatic Society, 1910.86.1

9. Collis P. Huntington, Esq. plaquette

Collis Huntington (1821-1900) was a railroad magnate known for his involvement in the…

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Hahlo-8-13-72-97
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Hahlo-8-13-72-97

American Numismatic Society, 1940.100.30.

8. Model of the Talmadge Portrait.

13. Frederic Samuel Talmadge, President New York Society Sons of the Revolution….

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