The Front of the Bill pictures Utah's first governor, Heber M. Wells, and the bill's denomination, 1896, is the year of admission to the Union as the 45th state. The serial number has the actual date of admission, 01/04/1896 encoded within UT, the state's abbreviation. Salt Lake City, UT is shown as the capital city. The Back of the Bill shows the Ringed-billed Gull, the Blue Spruce as the state tree, the Sego Lily as the state flower, and the Elk as the state animal. The U.S. Commemorative Quarter Dollar for the State of Utah is pictured, and the state nickname, The Beehive State, is mentioned.
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