A Sawbuck Worth Twenty Dollars: Forseman Vs. Dryfus

From the Times (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) Sun., Feb. 10, 1895 THE GREAT INDIANA CASE WHICH DECIDED THE POINT The Sawbuck was not the wooden kind, but the slang name for a Ten-Dollar Bill. That is the general acceptation of the term, but in the leading case the ruling was the other way. The day I wasContinue reading “A Sawbuck Worth Twenty Dollars: Forseman Vs. Dryfus”