Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Federal Bank Reserve

Kansas City has one of the 12 Federal Reserve Banks.
They give free tours to the public.

The Money Museum has a display of the different coins 
that have been used since the beginning of the United States. 
Money hasn't changed much since WWII. 
Some coins have been added as commemorative, 
but the amounts haven't changed. 

Part of the Reserve no photographs aren't allowed.
What happens in this area?
Old money is shredded. Robots will pull the new money.

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