The namesake great-grandfather of actor William Windom, known for his roles in the TV series “Murder, She Wrote,” was Treasury secretary under President James Garfield. The elder Windom’s likeness appeared on $2 bills issued from 1891 to 1896.

100 years after the infamous 1692 witch trials of Salem, Mass., the city had become the sixth largest in the United States.

The first United States postage stamp to feature a person with a last name beginning with the letter “I” was the 1940 issue that honored an:

A)
Author

B) Aviator

C) Architect

D) Artist

Monday’s answer: The “Dynamic Ribbon” is part of the logo design of Coca-Cola.


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