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Nomination of Cassie McFarland for deletion
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-I originally posted this article in January of this year. It was deleted not long after. Now that the commemorative coin program that Cassie designed is a huge success for the U.S. Mint, I wanted to try one more time. My ultimate goal is to write articles about the various people behind the coins in American numismatic history. I figured McFarland would be a good place to start--timely, and not too much to write about. I've had less free time for the effort than I thought I would so I haven't done more.
Anyway, regarding the potential copyright violation. I was the original author. After it was deleted wikibin copied it to their site. I have no problem with this as far as my rights go, insofar as I have any. I added a brief update on coin sales and did a little sprucing up but other than that the document comes straight from my files. Hypnopompus (talk) 20:55, 3 June 2014 (UTC)