The Front of the Bill pictures Charles L. Robinson, who was the first governor of Kansas. The bill's denomination, 1861, is the year that Kansas was admitted to the Union as the 34th state. The actual admission date, 01/29/61 is encoded in the serial number within KS, the state's abbreviation. The capital city, Topeka, KS, is also mentioned. The Back of the Bill pictures the Western Meadowlark as the state bird, the Cottonwood as the state tree, the Sunflower as the state flower, and the Buffalo. The U.S. Commemorative Quarter Dollar for the State of Kansas is shown, and the state nickname, The Sunflower State, is mentioned.
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