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What are the denominations of money that are still being made above the $100 bill, and whose pictures are on them?
Since 1969, the $100 bill is the largest one the U.S. Treasury has made, but some larger ones are still in circulation. They get “retired” if they come into banks. Those bills include the $500 bill with McKinley, the $1,000 with Cleveland, the $5,000 with Madison, the $10,000 with Chase, and the $100,000 with Wilson.

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