Davidian $10 SCRIP from Mt. CarmelMCCC Treasurer Simcha Kuritzky will present a program based on research he conducted at the Texas Museum at Baylor University located in Waco, Texas. Originally, his interest was initiated by a SCRIP note with a lion figure that fit into his feline collecting specialty and the name, Bank of Palestina. He surmised from the Waco, TX address that it was most likely Judeo-Christian and not Jewish. On a recent business trip to Dallas, Simcha drove to Baylor and found many boxes related to the Davidian treasury including the original printing plates, coins and note tokens.

Doors will open at 7:00 PM and the meeting will start at 7:15 PM SHARP.

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