By Peter Huntoon
The reason for such a short Date Back issue was that the bank was liquidated in 1911 to be succeeded by the Bank of Lynnville under a less restrictive state charter.
The bankers there also used handfuls of 1902 Red Seal $5, $10, $20 and Date Back $5 notes. They only had a circulation of $8,100 in 1911. None of their notes have turned up yet.
Lynnville has a population of less than 300 and is located in the south central part of the state.
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