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(I'm not sure Richard Brookhiser's jacket is what the Armavirumqueans had in mind when they issued their post-seersucker Labor Day call of "Gentlemen, start your fall wardrobes.")
The historical society has draped its building's exterior with a colorful blowup of a Hamilton ten-spot to mark the exhibit, which can be visited online here.
Meantime, at the behest of the lobby that seeks to replace Hamilton on the $10 bill and FDR on the dime with Ronald Reagan, a peak in New Hampshire's White Mountains has been renamed Mount Reagan. (But that doesn't mean Granite Staters will stop calling it by its old name, Mount Clay, after Daniel Webster's rival, Henry.)
And according to The Hill (last item): Smart money’s on Zell in duel: Sen. Zell Miller (D-Ga.) would play Aaron Burr to Chris Matthews’s Alexander Hamilton in an actual duel, say an overwhelming number of respondents in an online poll.