1.Governor T.E. Kilby: The obverse of the 1921 Alabama Centennial (Note: This is the first time a living person's portrait was used on a U.S. coin.)
2.President Calvin Coolidge: The obverse of the 1926 Sesquicentennial of American Independence (Note: The first time a portrait of a president appeared on a coin struck during his lifetime.)
3.Senator Carter Glass: The obverse of the 1936 Lynchburg, Virginia, Sesquicentennial (Note: Senator Glass's portrait apparently appeared against his wishes.)
4.Senator Joseph T. Robinson: The reverse of the 1936 Robinson-Arkansas Centennial.