1914 Federal Reserve $10 Note Was Printed on Hemp Paper

10-Dollar-Bill-HempHEMP IS RIGHT ON THE MONEY, highlighted a 1914 series $10 bill of a hemp harvest.

The bill is printed on 100% hemp paper. The first Federal Reserve Bank notes were issued in 1914. This $10 bill bears the signature of Andrew Mellon, the Secretary of the Treasury under multiple presidential administrations.

Mellon was also the head of several oil companies and banks. Mellon was the uncle of Harry Anslinger, the first leader of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics, 1931-1961. Anslinger was the main cheerleader of the Reefer Madness misinformation campaign and the primary person responsible for marijuana prohibition.

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