The Front of the Bill pictures George L. Shoup, Idaho's first governor. The bill's denomination, 1890, is the year of Idaho's admission to the Union as the 43rd state. The actual admission date, 07/03/1890 is encoded in the serial number within ID, the state's abbreviation. The capital city, Boise, ID, is also mentioned. The Back of the Bill pictures the Mountain Bluebird as the state bird, the Western White Pine as the state tree, the Syringa as the state flower, and the Appaloosa Horse. The U.S. Commemorative Quarter Dollar for the State of Idaho is shown, and the state nickname, The Gem State, is mentioned.
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